College World Series Results

June 25, 2011 by staff 

College World Series ResultsCollege World Series Results, The 2011 College World Series has become a matter of all SEC, as the Florida Gators and the Gameccks of South Carolina, both advanced to the championship series on Friday. Neither team lost on their way to the final of the tournament.

In the first game of the day, the Gators took the Vanderbilt Commodores, 6-4. Rockies draft Preston Tucker drove in the first race and the go-ahead run for the Gators. Tied at four in the bottom of the eighth inning, the Gators put together three consecutive singles to tucker, which deposited the ball into left field for an RBI single. A wild pitch put Vandy launcher insurance run on the board. First-round draft picks and Vandy as Sonny Gray allowed all six runs (two scoring after he left the game), walking five and striking out eight on the road.

Gameccks needed 13 innings to beat the Virginia Cavaliers seeded. Virginia launched just as Danny Hultzen three innings due to illness, and struck out eight and allowing zero runs. After Thomas Brady doubled in two runs in the bottom of the fourth for the Gameccks, Virginia stepped forward and tied the game at the top of the eighth inning. So the game continued until the end of 13. Thomas Brady began things again with a single to center, leaving for a pinch runner, Adam Matthews. Virginia pitcher Cody Winiarski not comes well with two balls touched, and the second cost him dearly. Allowed pinch runner, Matthews to score the winning run.

Here is the schedule of the tournament:

Championship Game 1: Florida vs. South Carolina, 6 pm MT, Monday, June 27 from ESPN/
2 Championship Game: Florida vs. South Carolina, 6 pm MT, Tuesday, June 28 from ESPN/
3 Championship Game: Florida vs. South Carolina, 6 pm MT, Wednesday, June 29 from ESPN/ – if necessary

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