NCAA baseball tournament 2016: TCU advances to Super Regional

The TCU Horned Frogs entered the 2016 NCAA Tournament as the No. 13 national seed and they are looking to keep their College World Series streak going. They continue to fight through the tournament as they won the Forth Worth Regional to get to the Super Regional for the third straight year.

The Horned Frogs got things going early when they put three runs up on the board over the Arizona State Sun Devils in the second inning. second baseman Cam Warner and catcher Evan Skoug both recorded RBIs in the inning.

Later in the game, TCU progressed their lead even further as they added four runs in the eighth inning, essentially putting the game away. Warner crushed a two-run home run, while right fielder Austen Wade and third baseman Elliott Barzilli each added on an RBI.

The Horned Frogs now await the winner of the College Station Regional as Texas A&M and Minnesota are playing to possibly decide the winner.

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