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"CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Corey Hassel had a grand slam and Oklahoma State shut down Clemson for a second straight game to advance to the NCAA Tournament's super regional with a 9-2 victory Sunday night.The Tigers, seeded seventh overall, entered the regional with a nine-game win streak that included a run to the Atlantic Coast Conference tourney title. But the Cowboys (39-20) held Clemson to four runs and 14 hits in the two victories to reach their fourth super regional and second in three", www.uticaod.com
"CLEMSON, S.C. — In its first two games of the 2016 NCAA Baseball Championships, Oklahoma State created a potent mix of offense, defense, and pitching. They mixed those ingredients together again late Sunday to defeat national seed Clemson 9-2. By sweeping through the Clemson Regional, the Cowboys reach a Super Regional for the fourth time. They will face the winner of the Columbia Regional, which will come down to host South Carolina and UNC-Wilmington on Monday night. Corey Hassel gave his team breathing room with a fifth-inning grand slam, and the Cowboys' defense supported a solid start by freshman Jensen Elliott in the win. For the third time in the regional, the Cowboys (39-20) scored on their first at bat. With", newsok.com
"The Official Athletic Site of Western Carolina - Western Carolina baseball fell to No. 7 national seed Clemson on Sunday evening as the Tigers handed the Catamounts a 15-3 defeat in a NCAA Clemson Regional elimination game at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.", www.catamountsports.com
"CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Seth Beer hit his 18th homer and drove in three runs as Clemson routed Western Carolina for a second straight NCAA Tournament contest, eliminating the Catamounts with a 15-3 victory to stay alive in the Clemson Regional.", www.greensboro.com
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