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Mississippi won two wild pitches in 3 runs and 8 innings, the rebels won the first national baseball title, and 4-2 Oklahoma in the College World Series final. I won. ..
The Rebels (42-23) have become the eighth national champion since 2009 and have won the Southeastern Conference for the third time in a row. The trophy will stay in Magnolia for another year. Mississippi won the championship last year.
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Mississippi pitcher Brandon Johnson (37) is the last in the 9th inning of Game 2 at NCAA College World. Reacts after hitting the second Omaha Batter from Series Baseball Final, Sunday, June 26, 2022, Omaha, Nebraska(AP Photo / Rebecca S. Gratz)
"Team captain Tim Elko talked about how much he overcame this year, how much he had to fight, how much he picked up each other and never got off." Told. "Our seasonal story will be told for years to come."
Ole Miss benefits from a runner interference call that escaped from Oklahoma (45-24) in the sixth inning. received. The rebels also overcame the spectacular pitching performance by Cade Houghton, who set the record for the CWS final with 13 strikeouts.
Brandon Johnson struck the side in the 9th inning 1-2-3, after catcher Hayden Dunhurst rushed to the mound and hugged him, and Sebastian Orduno swung to miss the final pitch. I confronted Johnson.
The national title is the first for the Ole Miss Men's Team and the second for the school. The women's golf team won the NCAA Championship in 2021.
Mississippi's Jack Washburn (right) is 2022 On Sunday, June 26, 2014, he leapt to the top of the team's mountain to celebrate his 4-2 victory over Oklahoma in Game 2 of the NCAA College World Series Baseball Finals in Omaha, Nevada. Mississippi defeated Oklahoma. 4-2 To win the championship. (AP Photo / Rebecca S. Gratz)
A journey that wouldn't be possible for the rebels and their 22nd year coach Mike Bianco, who was attacked by the team. did. In the SEC play on May 1st, I sat 22-17 overall, 7-14. 75} Ole Miss had to beat North Carolina in the final big bid and walk the path to regional and super regional. The rebels finished the season with 20-6 runs, including 10-1 at the national convention.
Their only defeat at CWS was Wednesday 3-2 to Arkansas. The next day, Dylan Delucia defeated Razorbucks and threw a four-hit shutout to send the rebels to the finals. DeLucia was named CWS's best player because he allowed an earned run once, hit 17 and didn't walk 16 in his 2/3 innings.
Olemis, who won 10-3 in the opening round of the CWS final, lost 2-1 in the 8th inning on Sunday. Trevin Michael relieved Houghton with a one-out, and Jacob Gonzales passed his right single to drive at Tyinglan.
"I knew I would start scoring the 8th or 9th time," Gonzales, 23-3 at CWS, said before returning home with two singles on Sunday. "That's our way. I'm going to put pressure on it. I'm not going to sit down. Fortunately, I was a hit and finally helped the team this week."
Michael (4-2) then melted, unleashing the wild pitch, preempting Justin Bench and bringing Gonzales in another wild pitch.
Oklahoma's Tanner Toledaway is now four Then I'm sitting in the dug out. On Sunday, June 26, 2022, he lost two to Mississippi in Game 2 of the NCAA College World Series Baseball Finals in Omaha, Nebraska. Mississippi defeated Oklahoma 4-2 to win the championship. (AP Photo / Rebecca S. Gratz)
Hunter Elliott hit three hits, allowing two runs in the 61/3 innings. .. Mason Nichols and John Gaddis (4-2) brought Johnson to 9th place.
Houghton allowed four hits and walked nothing during the Sterling 107 pitch performance.
"We've achieved that here and we've done a lot this year," said Houghton, the expected pick for the first round of the Major League Baseball draft next month. rice field. "But we're back, because this team laid the foundation for the future of Oklahoma baseball."
Oklahoma seems to have led1-0 in the sixth inning. However, the run went down when John Spykerman, who defeated the squeeze bunt, was asked to interfere with the runner. Elco tried to catch Elliott's throw on first base.
Jackson Nicklaus was struck by Elliott, the leader of the innings, and was third after the sacrifice and wild pitch. He returned home with Spykerman's bunt, but Bianco asked. For a video review when Spikerman was first called safe.
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Spykerman is first baseman and Elco's glove Knocked off and the ball ended up in a foul territory. Cole was overturned, Spykerman determined he was inside the baseline when he ran through the bag, and Nicklaus had to return to third base.