The College World Series field is set as Ole Miss, Virginia and TCU all earned berths Monday night.
Ole Miss is headed back to the College World Series for the first time in 42 years after beating Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-4, on Monday.
The Rebels won the best-of-three Super Regional series, 2-1. They will next play Virginia in Omaha.
Ole Miss, which kept its season alive with Sunday’s 5-2 win, grabbed a 3-1 lead in the fourth inning on home runs by Austin Anderson and Sikes Orvis.
The Ragin’ Cajuns fell behind 5-3 after pulling even in the bottom of the third and nearly tied the game again, but Caleb Adams was thrown out at the plate to end the seventh with the Rebels up by a run.
A Braxton Lee sacrifice fly made it 6-4 in the eighth before Ole Miss put the game away with a four-run ninth.
Josh Sborz spun seven scoreless innings, Kenny Towns went 3-for-4 with four RBI and Virginia found its way back into the College World Series by coasting to an 11-2 win over Maryland in Game 3 of the Charlottesville Super Regional.
The No. 3 national seed Cavaliers earned their third trip to Omaha in six years by rallying to take the final two matchups of the series after dropping Saturday’s opener.
After pounding out 17 hits in a season-saving 7-3 victory on Sunday, the Cavaliers got to Terrapins starter Bobby Ruse early to put Maryland on its heels. Derek Fisher’s two-out RBI single put Virginia ahead and Towns followed with a triple to left that staked the Cavs to a quick 3-0 lead.
Sborz took it from there, holding the Terps to four hits while striking out nine before exiting with a 6-0 advantage and having thrown 111 pitches.
Towns struck again with men aboard in his next at-bat, driving in two with a third-inning single to give UVa a five-run cushion. Brandon Downes tacked on an RBI single later in the frame.
Maryland did manage to close the gap in the eighth on Blake Schmit’s two-run double, but Virginia ended any comeback hopes by scoring five times in its half of the frame.
Branden Cogswell’s two-run single preceded a Daniel Pinero double that knocked in two more, with Pinero crossing the plate on a Mike Papi double.
Ruse lasted just 2 1/3 innings and was tagged for six runs on six hits.
Kyle Bacak laid down a successful squeeze bunt to cap a two-run rally in the ninth inning Monday as TCU rallied to beat Pepperdine 6-5 to earn its second berth in the College World Series.
Dylan Fitzgerald doubled home the other run for the Horned Frogs, who won the best-of-three Super Regional series 2-1 to make it to Omaha for the first time since 2010.
Kevin Cron belted a solo homer and Keaton Jones had three hits for TCU.
Pepperdine, which evened the series with a 3-2 win on Sunday, had taken a 5-4 lead in the bottom of the eighth inning on Brad Anderson’s sacrifice fly.
Brandon Caruso hit a two-run homer and Aaron Brown added a solo blast in the loss.