The Tucson Padres' 13-hit attack wasn't enough to overcome four homers by the host Omaha Storm Chasers, who got the timely hits in an 11-8 victory Monday.
OMAHA, Neb. — Sahuaro High School graduate Caitlin Leverenz is one step closer to making the U.S. Olympic swim team.
OMAHA, Neb. - South Carolina returned just three everyday players to its lineup this season, yet the Gamecocks are here again - back in the College World Series finals.
OMAHA, Neb. - Bobby Brown, had he chosen, could have turned the moments following Thursday's 10-3 College World Series win over Florida State into one big "I told you so."
OMAHA, Neb. - Lefty see, lefty do.
Joe Maggi slides into home ahead of the tag attempt from Florida State's Stephen McGee in the first inning. Maggi's run made it 6-0.
OMAHA, Neb. - Members of Oak Hills Country Club had never watched guys in baseball uniforms hitting golf balls at their driving range until this week.
OMAHA, Neb. - Kurt Heyer was working fast, pumping strikes and sweating hard Thursday when Alex Mejia chirped from the shortstop position.
Former Arizona Wildcats shortstop Alex Mejia is making his mark as a pro. His walk-off squeeze bunt helped the Peoria (Ill.) Chiefs win a game this week.
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OMAHA, Neb. - Carlo Mejia opened the greeting card and read the message inside. You're going to Omaha.
OMAHA, Neb. - Konner Wade's College World Series pitching performance was still fresh Monday afternoon when the Arizona Wildcats' pitchers donned batting helmets, grabbed bats and started hacking.
OMAHA, Neb. — Konner Wade’s College World Series pitching performance was still fresh Monday afternoon when the Arizona Wildcats’ pitchers donned batting helmets, grabbed bats and started hacking.
OMAHA, Neb. - Alex Mejia stepped into the batter's box and surveyed the green in front of him.
Seth Mejias-Brean, left, and Alex Mejia (13) pump up Konner Wade in the ninth inning Saturday. "We've worked hard all three years," says Mejias-Brean.
The Lakers were in town and the freeways were jammed, so the Arizona Wildcats decided to take side streets to USC. As the team bus crawled through Los Angeles during last month's road trip, coach Andy Lopez was reminded of a story - OK, it's an urban legend - from two decades ago.
The Lakers were in town and the freeways were jammed, so the Arizona Wildcats decided to take sidestreets to USC.
On Saturday, as Konner Wade delivered a ninth-inning, two-out, two-strike pitch, it became a reality. Fans stood, cheered and chanted. The Arizona Wildcats are going back to the College World Series. And, oh did they make it look easy.