Sign in to comment!

Menu
Home

College Sports

NCAA Capsules

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Matt Purke gave up three hits and struck out 11 to lead TCU to a 3-1 victory over Texas on Friday in the first game of their best-of-three super regional series.

TCU (50-11) scored first when Aaron Schultz's sacrifice fly to right scored Matt Curry from third in the second inning. The Horned Frogs got two more runs in the sixth on a wild pitch from losing pitcher Cole Green (11-2) and another sacrifice fly to right, from Joe Weik.

Texas (49-12) scored when Kevin Keyes hit a 2-2 breaking ball over the left field fence. The Longhorns had men on first and second in the eighth inning, but couldn't bring them home.

Purke (14-0) issued only one walk in 7 2-3 innings.

The Horned Frogs can advance to the College World Series with a win Saturday.

Tallahassee Super Regional
Florida State 9, Vanderbilt 8

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Mike McGee's walkoff home run lifted the Seminoles within one victory of advancing to the College World Series for the second time in three years.

The Commodores (45-19) lost the first game of their best-of-three Super Regional despite getting 16 hits and four home runs that brought them back from a 6-0 deficit after two innings.

McGee's 15th homer of the season was a towering shot over the fence in right-center in the ninth.

Daniel Bennett (5-1) got the win and Chase Reid (4-2) took the loss.

Vanderbilt needs two straight wins to earn its first CWS trip.

Florida 7, Miami 2

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Alex Panteliodis pitched his first complete game and Florida took advantage of two errors to beat Miami 7-2 in the opener of their best-of-three series.

Austin Maddox and Mike Zunino drove in two runs each for the Gators (46-15), who improved to 32-3 at home and moved a victory away from their sixth trip to the College World Series.

The in-state rivals play again Saturday in the NCAA Super Regional.

The Gators jumped on Miami early, played flawless defense and got a career night from Panteliodis. The sophomore left-hander retired the final 14 batters and struck out a career-high 12. He allowed three hits, including a two-run home run to Yasmani Grandal.