June 13, 2010
Box Score |
2010 NCAA Baseball Championships | Austin Super Regional
Austin, Texas | UFCU Disch-Falk Field | Hosted by The University of Texas | June 11-13
Game 3 | Texas 1, TCU 4
- TCU advances to the College World Series for the first time in program history.
- Today's game marked the 279th meeting between Texas and TCU on the diamond. Texas holds a 219-58-2 advantage in the all-time series.
- Texas was making its seventh NCAA Super Regional appearance and its second straight.
- TCU was making its second NCAA Super Regional appearance and its second consecutive.
- The official attendance for the super regional's third game was 7,356. The total attendance for the super regional was 21,983.
- With its loss, Texas is now 13-5 all-time in NCAA Super Regional action.
- The crowd of 7,356 for the Texas/Rice game was the 20th-time Texas has played in front of a crowd of more than 7,000 fans this season.
- Texas suffered its first home loss of the season in a Brandon Workman start. Workman logged an 8-0 record in his previous nine starts at UFCU Disch-Falk Field.
- Texas finished the 2010 season with 50 victories, marking its second-straight season with 50 victories.
- Shortstop Brandon Loy's sacrifice bunt in the first inning was the 42nd of his career, tying him for 11th place on the NCAA career sacrifice bunt list with Jason Smith (North Carolina State, 1997-2000) and Mike Coss (Notre Dame, 1988-91).
- Leftfielder Cohl Walla's two-hit performance against TCU was his 22nd multi-hit effort of the season.
- With its win, TCU moved to 18-13 all-time in NCAA postseason action and 2-3 in NCAA Super Regional play.
- Centerfielder Aaron Schultz' two-run home run in the seventh ninth home run of the season and his first hit of the super regional.
- Reliever Tyler Lockwood's appearance against the Longhorns was the 85th of his career, tying the TCU career record (Stan Newton, 1998-2001) for appearances.
- Lockwood earned his seventh save of the season with his 1.1-inning outing.
- Catcher Bryan Holaday's solo homer in the eighth was his 13th long ball of the year, a mark that ties for second-best on the club.