Cowboys survive in Louisville

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Oklahoma State scored early and maintained a lead all game to beat Bowling Green 7-3 in the NCAA baseball regional in Louisville, Kentucky, on Saturday. The win kept the Cowboys’ season alive, as Tanner Krietemeier and Randy McCurry both drove in two runs, while Tyler Nurdin picked up the pitching win.

OSU will play Miami, Florida at 11:00 am Sunday in an elimination game. If the Cowboys win that game, they’ll face Louisville later in the day in the regional final, needing to beat the host Cardinals twice to win the regional.

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