Four Big 12 teams have moved on to the NCAA Super Regionals, and all four will host their best two of three series with a trip to Omaha for the College World Series at stake.
– Texas fought off former rival Texas A&M in their third meeting of the weekend at the Rice regional in Houston, 4-1 on Monday night. The Longhorns will open with the University of Houston in Austin on Friday afternoon in the Supers.
– Texas Tech dropped a 2-1 10-inning decision at Miami in the resumption of a suspended game from Sunday. But the Red Raiders bounced back to shut out the Hurricanes 4-0 in a winner-take all regional final later Monday. Tech will now welcome College of Charleston to Lubbock in the Super Regionals, beginning Saturday afternoon.
– TCU and Pepperdine both won their regional on Sunday, and the Horned Frogs will host the Waves in Fort Worth for the Super Regionals starting on Saturday afternoon.
– Oklahoma State clinched their regional on Sunday with a win over Cal State-Fullerton, but had to wait until early this (Tuesday) morning whether they’d be travelling or hosting this weekend. UC Irvine knocked off #1 national seed Oregon State 4-2 to earn the final Super Regional bid, and will go to Stillwater to face the Cowboys beginning Friday night.