OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Jackie Bradley and Adrian Morales homered
during an eight-run second inning that propelled South Carolina to
an 11-4 victory over No. 1 national seed Arizona State on Tuesday,
knocking the Sun Devils out of the College World Series.
The Gamecocks (49-16) meet either Oklahoma or Clemson on
The Sun Devils (52-10) lost consecutive games for the first time
this season and went two-and-out at the CWS for only the third time
in 22 appearances. The other 0-2 years were 1987 and 1993.
Sam Dyson (6-5) held ASU to two runs through seven innings, then
was relieved by Matt Price after allowing two runs in the eighth.
The eight-run second was Arizona State's worst inning in 196
games, since giving up nine in a 14-5 loss to Arizona on May 25,
2007. All eight were charged to Merrill Kelly (10-3).
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