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Monday Links O' War: June 2, 2014

TCU advances to its fourth Super Regional in six years, and will face off against Pepperdine.

No extras needed, TCU takes Fort Worth Regional with 6-1 win | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Horned Frogs defeated Sam Houston State 6-1 at Lupton Stadium to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals.

TCU freshman pitcher making habit of stepping up in title games | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The former Southlake Carroll star has been on the mound for both Horned Frogs championships in 2014, including Sunday night’s Fort Worth Regional title win at Lupton Stadium.

Frogs make quick work of regional finale | Fort Worth Star Telegram

“That’s exactly the way we want to play the game of baseball right there,” TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle said, after the Frogs had punched their ticket to the NCAA Super Regional with a 6-1 victory over Sam Houston State.

Following 22-inning marathon, TCU's clinching NCAA regional victory over Sam Houston almost seemed routine | Dallas Morning News

Tyler Alexander offered another example of the depth of the TCU pitching staff Sunday, in a 6-1 win over Sam Houston State on Sunday.

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TCU Advances To NCAA Super Regional | CBS DFW

- Freshman Tyler Alexander threw a six-hitter and TCU advanced to its fourth NCAA super regional in six years, beating Sam Houston State 6-1 on Sunday night.

TCU's epic, 22-inning game won't soon be forgotten | Fort Worth Star Telegram

It was about 2:40 a.m. Sunday when both coaches tried to comprehend what they had just been through at Lupton Stadium.

Oklahoma State and TCU advance to Super Regionals; Tech, Texas play Monday | Big 12 Sports

Oklahoma State and TCU punched NCAA baseball Super Regional tickets on Sunday night, while Texas and Texas Tech look to join the Cowboys and Horned Frogs on Monday.

Boomer White named regional MVP, four Frogs make all-region team | TCU 360

Moments after TCU baseball earned its fourth super regional berth in school history Sunday night, four Frogs were named to the 2014 All-Fort Worth Regional team.

Too bad, so sad for SHSU | Huntsville Item

The Bearkats knew they had a tough task ahead of them, staving off elimination twice on Sunday to force a winner-take-all contest for a super regional spot.