The Frogs and Aggies must now play a deciding Game 3 at 7 p.m. Monday at Lupton Stadium, where TCU is 31-4 this season. Either way, it’s the last game of the year at Lupton, which saw Preston Morrison pitch for the final time in a four-year career and narrowly fall to Texas A&M’s Matt Kent.
Blake Allemand hit a sacrifice fly with one out in the bottom of the 10th to help Texas A&M even the best-of-three NCAA Super Regional at a game apiece with a 2-1 victory. For the second straight day, the contest produced a stadium-high in attendance as 7,383 fans watched the game.
Blake Allemand flied out to left field to drive home Nick Choruby and lift Texas A&M to a 2-1 win in 10 innings over TCU on Sunday in Game 2 of the Fort Worth NCAA Super Regional at Lupton Stadium.
Texas A&M’s Blake Allemand finally decided Game 2 of the NCAA baseball super regional Sunday in which both starting pitchers wowed.
As much as Saturday’s Super Regional opener belonged to the hitters, Sunday’s second game was a showcase for the two starting pitchers.
Preston Morrison handed the ball to Jim Schlossnagle, and then hugged each of his infielders, who circled the mound Saturday in the 10th inning of TCU’s Super Regional game against Texas A&M.