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Tigers tame Texas for College World Series title

OMAHA, Neb. — Omaha is TigerTown once again.

LSU broke open a great College World Series finale Wednesday with five runs in the sixth inning to pull away for an 11-4 win over Texas and claim the Tigers' sixth national championship.

On a balmy evening at Rosenblatt Stadium, the third-seeded Tigers jumped out to a 3-0 lead, only to see the top-ranked Longhorns battle back to tie the game at 4-4 on Kevin Keyes' two-run homer in the fifth.

LSU came right back in the sixth, taking advantage of some timely hits and some untimely mistakes by the Longhorns. Two hit batters, two walks and a throwing error helped open the door for the Tigers. Mikie Mahtook's RBI double in the gap in right center broke the tie, and the five-run outburst was something the Longhorns couldn't answer.

With the win, the Tigers match Texas with six College World Series championships, second only to the 12 won by USC. It's the first win for the Tigers in the best-of-three series era, and they ended Texas' hopes of being the first No. 1 seed to win it all since Miami (Fla.) did it in 1999.

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Monday, June 22

Game 1 – LSU 7, Texas 6, 11 inn.

Tuesday, June 23

Game 2 – Texas 5, LSU 1 (Series tied 1-1)

Wednesday, June 24

Game 3 – LSU 11, Texas 4 (LSU wins series 2-1)

College World Series needs third game

OMAHA, Neb. — Two games couldn't decide the 2009 College World Series champion, so let's play three.

Texas rode the arm of Taylor Jungmann, who struck out seven and tossed a complete-game four-hitter to help the Longhorns beat LSU 5-1 and force a third and deciding game that will be played at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Rosenblatt Stadium.

While Jungmann was shutting down the Tiger bats, his offense gave him plenty of support with a 12-hit effort, led by Preston Clark's 3-for-4 performance. he hit a solo home run in the second inning, and Russell Moldenhauer added his fourth home run of the tournament in the third to give Jungmann the run support he would need and keep alive the hopes of the top-seeded Longhorns.

It was an unusual night for the third-seeded Tigers, however. A team that has averaged more than nine runs a game during the College World Series was completely shut down, limited to a second-inning run off a throwing error that allowed Jared Mitchell to score from second.

Texas never trailed in the game, breaking the ice in the top of the first when Michael Torres scored on Brandon Belt's single to right. Clark homered in the second to make it 2-1, and Texas broke it open in the third when Moldenhauer homered, Connor Rowe hit an RBI double to left and Clark singled to left.

LSU had chances to score throughout the game, but Jungmann shut the Tigers down at every opportunity. LSU left runners in scoring position in the third, eighth and ninth innings, but were unable to bring the runs home.

So now it comes down to this — two of the most dominant programs in college baseball with one game to decide the champion. The third game is set to start a 6 p.m., with the winner walking away as College World Series champions.

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Monday, June 22

Game 1 – LSU 7, Texas 6, 11 inn.

Tuesday, June 23

Game 2 – Texas 5, LSU 1 (Series tied 1-1)

Wednesday, June 24

Game 3 – LSU (55-17) vs. Texas (50-15-1), 6 p.m.

LSU one win from sixth College World Series title

OMAHA, Neb. — Texas figured out how to hit the long ball, but LSU found out they could come back and win at the College World Series.

The Longhorns hit five solo home runs, but the Tigers scored two in the eighth to erase a 6-4 deficit, then got a two-out single by Mikie Mahtook in the 11th to win an exciting 7-6 decision and take the first game of the best-of-three series. LSU can wrap up the school's sixth College World Series championship with a win in the second game Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Texas, the top-seeded team in the tournament, didn't make a name for themselves this season by hitting home runs. They've found their stroke at Rosenblatt Stadium, however, and touched LSU starter Louis Coleman for three solo dingers in the fourth inning to take a 3-1 advantage. Travis Tucker got the party started, leading off the inning with a blast to center. Two batters later, Russell Moldenhauer hit the first of two solo shots to center, and Kevin Keyes added a two-out bomb to left center.

LSU hung around, though. They got two in the sixth on Jared Mitchell's triple to the deepest part of the park in left center, but found themselves trailing again after Moldenhauer's second homer and a wild pitch that scored Keyes from third.

DJ LeMahieu came up big down the stretch, hitting a solo homer in the seventh and lining a two-out double down the left field line in the ninth to tie the game and send it to extra innings.

The game stayed tied until the 11th, when Mahtook singled to center off Texas reliever B Workman, scoring LeMahieu with the winning run. Matty Ott worked three scoreless innings of relief and got Connor Rowe to ground out to second to end the game.

If LSU wins Tuesday, the Tigers will claim their sixth national championship. Texas will need a win to force a third and deciding game, which would be played Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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Monday, June 22

Game 1 – LSU 7, Texas 6, 11 inn. (LSU leads series 1-0)

Tuesday, June 23

Game 2 – LSU (55-16) vs. Texas (49-15-1), 6 p.m.

Wednesday, June 24

Game 3 – LSU vs. Texas, 6 p.m. (If necessary)

Two great coaches lead teams at College World Series

OMAHA, Neb. — The players are a big part of what makes the College World Series the special event that it is, but this year's championship round features two of the games great teachers and motivators.

The Tigers are being led by Paul Maineri, who came into a very challenging situation after the retirement of legendary coach Skip Bertman, who led the Tigers to five College World Series championships. Maineri was best known for his ability to turn Notre Dame's program into a perennial national contender, and he rebuilt an LSU program that had slipped a notch or two, bringing them to Rosenblatt Stadium last year.

This year, the Tigers have been at or near the top of all the major rankings, in no small part to the efforts of their head coach and the job he's done leading an experienced team in 2009. Mainieri has got the Tigers playing their traditional "Gorilla Ball" at this year's College World Series, as they come into the series averaging more than 10 runs per game.

Texas' standards for college baseball are rather simple — national champions or bust. And thanks to the efforts of Augie Garrido, they've been right there as far as the who's who of college baseball is concerned. The Longhorns have won a pair of national championships under Garrido's guidance winning College World Series crowns in 2002 and 2005.

Texas came into the postseason as the No. 1 seed in the 64-team field, and they've certainly given fans their money's worth. After going the distance with TCU in the super regionals, the Longhorns have had to come from behind to win all three of their games, with two of the wins coming in the bottom of the ninth over Southern Miss and Arizona State, the second sealing their 12th trip to the championship round.

The action gets underway Monday at 6 p.m., with Texas' ace Chance Ruffin (10-2, 3.27 ERA) going up against the Tigers' Louis Coleman (14-2, 2.68). The two teams will battle again on Tuesday night at 6 p.m. at Rosenblatt Stadium, and if a third game is required, it is scheduled for Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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Monday, June 22

Championship Game 1 – LSU (54-16) vs. Texas (49-14-1), 6 p.m.

Tuesday, June 23

Championship Game 2 – LSU vs. Texas, 6 p.m.

Wednesday, June 24

Championship Game 3 – LSU vs. Texas, 6 p.m. (If necessary)

LSU, Texas take different roads to College World Series finals

OMAHA, Neb — The two teams that will do battle in the finals of the 2009 College World Series took different routes to the best-of-three championship round that starts Monday at Rosenblatt Stadium.

LSU was the No. 1 ranked team in the nation according to the major polls going into the postseason, yet it was Texas that came away as the top-seeded squad in the 64-team tournament earlier this month.

Both LSU and Texas went undefeated in their brackets at the College World Series, but got through their brackets in different styles as well. The Tigers dominated their half of the bracket, averaging 10 runs a game in the process. The Longhorns, on the other hand, had to come from behind in all three games, getting walk-off wins in two of those battles.

The Tigers are riding a 13-game winning streak into the finals, and appear to be playing very well on both sides of the field. Their offense has sprung to life and hit nine home runs so far in this College World Series, while their pitching has been solid throughout the tournament.

Texas has come up big when it needed to every time in an effort to win their seventh College World Series championship. The Longhorns took advantage of seven free passes in the final two innings of their first game, erased a six-run deficit with 12 unanswered runs in their next game, then capped the bracket tournament win by overcoming a ninth-inning deficit with two solo home runs in the bottom of the ninth to reach the finals.

Although they have yet to reach the finals since the onset of the best-of-three format six years ago, the thing working in LSU's favor is that they are a perfect 5-0 in the championship game. Texas, though, has plenty of experience in reaching the finals over the history of the tournament, and with an experienced Augie Garrido and his resume of tournament championships, the Longhorns certainly know what it takes to get it done at this point in the season.

The College World Series best-of-three championship matchup gets underway Monday at 6 p.m. at Rosenblatt Stadium. The second game of the series will be held on Tuesday at 6 p.m., and if the teams need a third game to decide the champion, it wll be held Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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Dramatic Texas comeback leads to finals matchup with LSU

OMAHA, Neb. — What's the College World Series without a little drama?

Texas and Arizona State provided plenty of dramatics in their bracket final showdown Friday night at Rosenblatt Stadium, with the Longhorns providing the epilogue to a dramatic 4-3 win over the Sun Devils to reach the best-of-three championship finals.

Texas will face LSU in what should be an exciting clash of the titans, made possible with the Tigers' 12-5 rolling over fellow SEC foe Arkansas in the first bracket final game of the day.

While exciting for LSU fans, the opener lacked the late-inning dramatics of the nightcap, which saw the Sun Devils break a 2-2 tie with a two-out triple in the ninth, only to see the top-seeded Longhorns counter with a pair of two-out solo homers in the bottom of the ninth to beat Arizona State for the second time in the 2009 College World Series and earn a trip to the finals.

Arizona State got on the board first when the hot-hitting Kole Calhoun — the author of a six-RBI night just 24 hours earlier against North Carolina — slapped a single to center, scoring Jason Kipnis.

Texas answered in the bottom of the inning when Michael Torres led off the inning with a solo shot to right field, but Arizona State came right back in the top of the fourth when Drew Maggi singled home Zack MacPhee with a single up the middle.

Texas tied it up in the bottom of the fifth on Travis Tucker's single to center, and the game stayed tied until the decisive ninth inning.

Kipnis led off the inning with an infield single and moved to second quickly to get into scoring position. He came home easily when Zach Wilson sent a shot down the line in right field for an RBI triple, putting the fifth-seeded Sun Devils in position to force a second game in the double-elimination tournament on Saturday.

After Brandon Loy struck out to open the bottom of the ninth, Cameron Rupp smacked a homer to center to tie the game. A foul pop-up gave Texas two outs in the inning, setting up the dramatic finish by Connor Rowe, who homered to left field to send the Longhorns to the finals and send the Sun Devils home with a heart-breaking loss.

Both teams got great pitching, as starters Mike Leake and Cole Green each pitched six solid innings for the Sun Devils and Longhorns, respectively. Austin Wood scattered three hits and struck out two in the final three innings to get the win, while Mitchell Lambson struck out five and allowed just two hits in a losing effort, but both were the home runs that sent Texas to the win.

LSU never let Arkansas get into the game in the first bracket final of the day. Twelve Tigers got at least one hit as they pounded out 16 hits and broke the game wide open with five runs in the seventh inning to cruise to the finals.

The Tigers, who have outscored their opponents 32-11 in three College World Series games, hit four more home runs to bring their tournament total to nine. Blake Dean and Jared Mitchell hit solo shots in the fifth and sixth innings, respectively, and Ryan Schimpf and Tyler Hanover added bombs of their own to fuel the rout.

While the LSU bats were pinging, LSU's Anthony Ranaudo was dominating the Arkansas bats. He allowed just four hits in six innings while striking out five and walking none. He had good command throughout the day and left the final three innings up to the Tiger bullpen. Arkansas simply couldn't get it going, in spite of a 3-for-5, 3 RBI day by left fielder Chase Leavitt, and were denied a chance at forcing a second game on Saturday.

The best-of-three championship series for the 2009 College World Series is now set, as the top-seeded Longhorns meet the third-seed Tigers for the title. There are 11 CWS championships between these two outstanding programs, and they will kick off the series Monday night at 6 p.m. at Rosenblatt Stadium. The second game of the series will be played Tuesday night at 6 p.m., and if a third game is needed, that will take place Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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College World Series Schedule, Results
(All times CDT)

Saturday, June 13

Game 1 – Arkansas 10, Cal State Fullerton 6
Game 2 – LSU 9, Virginia 5

Sunday, June 14

Game 3 – Arizona State 5, North Carolina 2 (10 inn.)
Game 4 – Texas 7, Southern Miss 6

Monday, June 15

Game 5 – Virginia 7, Cal State Fullerton 5 (CSF eliminated)
Game 6 – LSU 9, Arkansas 1

Tuesday, June 16

Game 7 – North Carolina 11, Southern Miss 4 (Southern Miss eliminated)
Game 8 – Texas 10, Arizona State 6

Wednesday, June 17

Game 9 – Arkansas 4, Virginia 3 12 inn. (Virginia eliminated)

Thursday, June 18

Game 10 – Arizona State 12, North Carolina 5 (North Carolina eliminated)

Friday, June 19

Game 11 – LSU 12, Arkansas 5 (Arkansas eliminated)
Game 12 – Texas 4, Arizona State 3 (Arizona State eliminated)

Monday, June 22

Championship Game 1 – LSU (54-16) vs. Texas (49-14-1), 6 p.m.

Tuesday, June 23

Championship Game 2 – LSU vs. Texas, 6 p.m.

Wednesday, June 24

Championship Game 3 – LSU vs. Texas, 6 p.m. (If necessary)

Arizona State comes back for College World Series win

OMAHA, Neb. — Arizona State saw a big lead get away in the last game they played at the College World Series.

This time, they turned the tables — thanks to the help of left fielder Kole Calhoun — and sent North Carolina packing with a 12-5 win Thursday at Rosenblatt Stadium.

The junior leftfielder came up huge and, with one swing of the bat, changed the game's momentum to keep the Sun Devils' College World Series title hopes alive.

With one out and the bases loaded in the bottom of the fifth, Arizona State trailed the Tar Heels 4-0. That would change when Calhoun launched a 3-2 pitch into the right-center field seats, tying the game at 4-4.

That seemed to take all the wind out of North Carolina's sails, and Calhoun delivered the killing blow in the seventh with a two-run double, launching an eight-run inning that saw the Sun Devils send 13 batters to the plate.

Early in the game, it looked like North Carolina's small ball would keep them in the College World Series. Jacob Stallings executed a safety squeeze to get the Tar Heels on the board in the second, then pulled the same play a second time to ignite a three-run fourth inning that gave North Carolina a four-run lead.

North Carolina's pitching let them down in the fifth, though. Two walks and a hit batter brought Calhoun up to bat, and he worked the count full before Brian Moran's pitch into the gap and over the wall. Calhoun finished the night going 2-for-3 with six RBIs.

So the 2009 College World Series final four is set, with games scheduled this Friday. At 1 p.m., LSU will need just one win against Arkansas to reach the finals, while the 6 p.m. game will feature a Texas team facing Arizona State with a single win standing between the Longhorns and the championship.

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College World Series Schedule, Results
(All times CDT)

Saturday, June 13

Game 1 – Arkansas 10, Cal State Fullerton 6
Game 2 – LSU 9, Virginia 5

Sunday, June 14

Game 3 – Arizona State 5, North Carolina 2 (10 inn.)
Game 4 – Texas 7, Southern Miss 6

Monday, June 15

Game 5 – Virginia 7, Cal State Fullerton 5 (CSF eliminated)
Game 6 – LSU 9, Arkansas 1

Tuesday, June 16

Game 7 – North Carolina 11, Southern Miss 4 (Southern Miss eliminated)
Game 8 – Texas 10, Arizona State 6

Wednesday, June 17

Game 9 – Arkansas 4, Virginia 3 12 inn. (Virginia eliminated)

Thursday, June 18

Game 10 – Arizona State 12, North Carolina 5 (North Carolina eliminated)

Friday, June 19

Game 11 – LSU (53-16) vs. Arkansas (41-23), 1 p.m.
Game 12 – Texas (48-14-1) vs. Arizona State (51-13), 6 p.m.

Saturday, June 20

Game 13 – Winner Game 11 vs. Loser Game 11, 1 p.m.
Game 14 – Winner Game 12 vs. Loser Game 12, 6 p.m.
(NOTE: If only one "if necessary" game is played, it will be at 6 p.m.)

Monday, June 22

Championship Game 1 – Bracket winners, 6 p.m.

Tuesday, June 23

Championship Game 2 – Bracket winners, 6 p.m.

Wednesday, June 24

Championship Game 3 – Bracket winners, 6 p.m. (If necessary)