IRVINE, Calif.—In Austin, Boston College finally got a hit against Austin Wood after 11 2/3 hitless innings. After a two-out walk to Matt Hamlet, BC’s Tony Sanchez slapped a single through the left side of the infield. A wild pitch advanced the runners to second and third, but Wood struck out Mickey Wiswall to send the game to the 20th.
I’m sitting in the bleachers at Anteater Ballpark, watching the video of the BC-Texas game on CBS College Sports online. The Virginia and Irvine fans around me are just as entranced by the game on the laptop as the game on the field—and this is a good one, scoreless in the fifth inning. But the game in Austin might go down as the best regional game ever.
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