Cowboys Staying in South Carolina For Super Regional

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Oklahoma State’s baseball team will be playing in the state of South Carolina for the second straight weekend in the NCAA Tournament.

With South Carolina beating UNC-Wilmington on Tuesday, June 7, the Gamecocks will host OSU in the super regional this weekend.

The Cowboys won the NCAA regional in Clemson last weekend, taking three straight games, including two against the host Tigers.

OSU ended up just staying in South Carolina after the regional, just in case they would need to stay in the state to play the University of South Carolina.

Had UNC-Wilmington beaten the Gamecocks, OSU would have hosted the super regional against the Seahawks.

Here is the schedule for games in the super regional between OSU and South Carolina:

 

Game 1 Saturday, June 11, at 2:00 pm

Game 2 Sunday, June 12, at 2:00 pm

Game 3 (if necessary) Monday, June 13, at Noon, 3:00 or 6:00 pm

The super regional is best of three, and the winner advances to the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.

The Cowboys have been to the College World Series since 1999.

 

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