Big 12 Send Pair to Supers, Two Still Alive Monday

Only KU has been eliminated, as four Big 12 teams are still alive in the NCAA baseball tournament, and two have already advanced to the Super Regionals.
– TCU needed 22 innings on Saturday night to survive Sam Houston State, the second longest NCAA tournament game in history. The Horned Frogs then beat the weary Bearkats 6-1 on Sunday night to advance to the Super Regionals, where they’ll host Pepperdine this weekend in Fort Worth.
-Oklahoma State advances to the Supers after stopping Cal State-Fullerton 6-4 on Sunday night in Stillwater. The Cowboys will either host UC Irvine or travel to Oregon State in the Super Regionals. The Anteaters and Beavers meet late Monday night in a regional final in Corvalis.
– Texas and Texas A&M will meet up for the third time in their regional at Rice as the Aggies forced a second championship game with a 3-2 victory over the Longhorns on Sunday night.  First pitch between UT & A&M is at 6:00pm tonight Monday night in Houston, and will be nationally televised by ESPNU.
– Texas Tech is 2-0 in their regional in Coral Gables, Florida.  The Red Raiders trail Miami of Florida 1-0 in the seventh inning of a regional final suspended by rain on Sunday night.  That game will resume at 1:00pm on Monday afternoon. If the Hurricanes win, a second game will be played at 3:00.

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