NCAA baseball tournament 2016: Boston College advances to first Super Regional

The Boston College Eagles came into the 2016 NCAA baseball tournament looking to make an impact on a national level. They did just that on Sunday when they moved past the Tulane Green Wave to win the Oxford Regional and advance to their first Super Regional.

The Eagles came into the tournament as a three seed in their regional round and were looking to pull off something historic. They faced off against the second-seeded Green Wave in a rematch of their first game.

They were able to repeat their feat from the first game, winning 6-3. They were able to pull off the win thanks to three RBIs off the bat of shortstop Johnny Adams.

Boston College will now play the winner of the Coral Gables Regional in the Super Regional next weekend.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports

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