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Join D1Baseball live from Omaha as Mike Rooney, Aaron Fitt and Kendall Rogers preview Wednesday’s CWS matchups: Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma and Ole Miss vs. Arkansas.

You can catch D1Baseball’s live streams throughout the 2022 Men’s College World Series by subscribing to our YouTube channel and turning on post notifications. D1Baseball’s postseason coverage is presented by Wilson.





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Indiana takes down UK in dramatic fashion, WVU stays alive • D1Baseball

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Game 3: West Virginia 13 | Ball State 5

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Ending a six-game skid, West Virginia gets back in the win column with a 13-5 victory over Ball State on Saturday, extending their year while ending Ball State’s season.

“Hey, guys; [I’m] much happier to see you guys today,” joked Mountaineers Head Coach Randy Mazey after the game. “We hadn’t felt this good in a little while.”

It’s no secret that West Virginia had been struggling of late. After getting swept by Texas in the final weekend of the regular season, an early exit from the Big-12 tournament and last[…]



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Late inning magic conjures another Indiana State win • D1Baseball

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Terre Haute Regional: Day 1

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Saturday night matchup between host Indiana State and the regional’s No. 2 seed Iowa more than lived up to its lofty billing and offered a little bit of everything. What started as a back-and-forth contest turned into what seemed like a fairly comfortable Iowa lead heading into the late innings. When it comes to the Sycamores, however, no lead is safe, and for the second night in a row Indiana State saved their best for last, scoring five runs in the eighth inning on their way to securing a[…]



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Missouri set to hire Kerrick Jackson as head coach • D1Baseball

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Missouri will hire Memphis’ Kerrick Jackson as its new head coach, replacing former head coach Steve Bieser, who was relieved of duties after the Tigers failed to make the NCAA tournament this spring.

Jackson, who spent this past season at Memphis and guided the program to a 29-28 overall record and a 10-14 mark in the American Athletic Conference is no stranger to the Missouri program. Jackson spent five seasons as an assistant and recruiting coordinator for the Tigers from 2011-15 and was part of the coaching staff for the last Missouri team (2012) to make the NCAA tournament.

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