2013 Road To Omaha Begins: NCAA Announces Field Of 64
The road to Omaha begins with the field of 64 for the 2013 NCAA Division I baseball tournament. Teams are listed out of seed order to denote their first-round matchups. [...]
No One Did More For College Game Than Fraser
Other coaches won more games. Others won more College World Series. But no coach ever meant as much to college baseball as Ron Fras
Eight For Omaha: 2013
National writer Aaron Fitt looks into his crystal ball and picks out eight teams favored to reach the 2013 College World Series.
Arizona Dethrones Gamecocks
James Farris, Trent Gilbert and Brandon Dixon played key roles in Arizona's 4-1 win against South Carolina, clinching the Wildcats' first national title since 1986.
CWS Game 14: Arizona 5, South Carolina 1
Robert Refsnyder's first-inning home run gave Arizona a lead it would not relinquish, as Konner Wade shut down South Carolina in a 5-1 win.
Both CWS Finalists Enter Series On A Relaxed Note
Every team that reaches the College World Series is good. But to win the national championship, teams must stay loose and relaxed in the face of an intense blitz of fan and media attention that is foreign to most college baseball players. So it's no wonder those lovable jokesters of South Carolina are in the CWS Finals for the third straight year. And it's no wonder Arizona stands in the way of a South Carolina three-peat.
CWS Finals Matchup Offers Plenty Of Intrigue
The best-of-three CWS Finals begin Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, and the matchup between South Carolina and Arizona features plenty of intrigue.
CWS Game 13: South Carolina 3, Arkansas 2
South Carolina got seven innings of three-hit, shutout relief from Tyler Webb and Matt Price in a 3-2 win against Arkansas, capping a run through the loser's bracket and propelling the Gamecocks into the CWS Finals against Arizona.
CWS Game 12: South Carolina 2, Arkansas 0
Freshman lefthander Jordan Montgomery did his best Michael Roth impression, throwing eight innings of three-hit shutout ball to lead the Gamecocks to a 2-0 win against Arkansas, forcing a rematch Friday for the right to advance to the CWS Finals.
CWS Game 11: Arizona 10, Florida State 3
Arizona continued to fire on all cylinders, pouncing on Florida State for six runs in the first inning and cruising to a 10-3 win. The Wildcats are headed to the CWS Finals for the first time since 1986.
CWS Game 10: South Carolina 4, Kent State 1
South Carolina ace Michael Roth added another chapter to his storied College World Series career with a two-hit complete game against Kent State, keeping the Gamecocks alive with a 4-1 win.
CWS Game Nine: Florida State 4, UCLA 1
Patient Florida State
CWS Game Eight: Arkansas 2, South Carolina 1
Ryne Stanek pitched six strong innings and Barrett Astin delivered three near-perfect innings of relief as Arkansas ended South Carolina's 22-game NCAA tournament winning streak, earning a 2-1 victory.
CWS Game Seven: Kent State 5, Florida 4
Kent State pulled off one of the most significant upsets in recent College World Series history, beating top-ranked Florida 5-4.
CWS Game Six: Arizona 4, UCLA 0
Arizona sophomore righthander Konner Wade threw a complete-game, five-hit shutout to beat UCLA 4-0 in Sunday's CWS winners' bracket game.
CWS Game Five: Florida State 12, Stony Brook 2
Florida State pounced on Stony Brook with a six-run third inning en route to a 12-2 victory and sent the Seawolves home as the first team to be eliminated from the 2012 College World Series.
CWS Game Four: South Carolina 7, Florida 3
South Carolina rode a five-run fifth inning to a 7-3 win against Florida in the CWS opener for both teams, a rematch of last year's Finals.
CWS Game Three: Arkansas 8, Kent State 1
Arkansas fired on all cylinders Saturday, handily defeating Kent State 8-1 in the College World Series.
CWS Game Two: Arizona 4, Florida State 3
Arizona won a battle of bullpens with Florida State, beating the Seminoles 4-3 in 12 innings to set up a bracket showdown with Pac-12 rival UCLA.