Scott Wingo drilled a bases-loaded single off
the right-field wall in the bottom of the ninth inning to give
defending national champion South Carolina a 5-4 victory over Texas
A&M at the College World Series on Sunday night.
South Carolina (51-14) advanced to a Bracket 2 winners' game
against Virginia on Tuesday night. The Aggies (47-21) play
California in an elimination game that afternoon.
Wingo's winning hit against Nick Fleece capped his career-best
four-hit night, and he reached base five times.
Robert Beary doubled off the right-field fence to start the
inning against Kyle Martin (2-3). Beary went to third when 2010 CWS
Most Outstanding Player Jackie Bradley Jr., playing in his first
game in two months, sliced a liner into left off Fleece. Evan
Marzilli walked to load the bases.
Michael Roth, John Taylor and Matt Price (6-3) combined to hold
the Aggies hitless in the last five innings.
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