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  1. Texas is Omaha bound for the 37th time in program history and enters the College World Series as the highest seeded team remaining in the NCAA Tournament. As the #2 overall seed, the Longhorns cruised through the Austin Regional before sweeping South Florida in the Super Regionals. Now, David Pierce's team will look to bring home the 7th national championship in program history. Similar to regional play, the Longhorns will be in a 4-team double elimination bracket. The winner of the bracket will matchup up with the winner of the other 4-team bracket in a 2 out of 3 series to determine the
  2. For those interested, here is the link for Texas CWS geaR: Longhorn College World Series Gear
  3. The NCAA tournament field was announced Monday afternoon. Texas was given the #2 overall national seed. The Longhorns will open regional play in Austin on Friday when they host Southern, the 4 seed. The game is scheduled for 1 PM and will be broadcasted on LHN. The other matchup of the day will feature 2-seed Arizona State against 3-seed Fairfield.
  4. Quick note; TCU/KSt game is currently in T2, and will likely push the Texas/WVU game back a bit. Won't start at 4 PM Central as initially scheduled. Texas will go with Madden tonight while WVU will likely go with LHP Wolf, making this a rematch of last Thursday's game. Additionally, here is the bracket as it stands right now. Most all of the games are available to stream on ESPN+
  5. THURSDAY–Texas RHP Ty Madden (6-2, 2.27) vs. WVU LHP Jackson Wolf (4-5, 3.13) FRIDAY–Texas RHP Tristan Stevens (7-3, 3.11) vs. WVU LHP Ben Hampton (4-2, 4.08) SATURDAY–Texas LHP Pete Hansen (6-1, 1.83) vs. WVU RHP Carlson Reed (4-4, 5.64) THE MATCHUP—Texas hosts West Virginia in the final series of the regular season ahead of the Phillips 66 Big 12 Champi-onship. The Longhorns hit the field after an extended layoff, playing for the first time since May 9 after their Tuesday con-test against Rice was canceled due to inclement weather and their previous game against Texas S
  6. Per d1baseball.com, the NCAA announced the 20 potential sites this morning. Of the 20, 16 will be ultimately chosen. Potential Regional Hosts Arizona (Tucson) Arkansas (Fayetteville) Charlotte (Gastonia*) East Carolina (Greenville) Florida (Gainesville) Gonzaga (Spokane) Louisiana Tech (Ruston) Mississippi State (Starkville) Notre Dame (South Bend) Ole Miss (Oxford) Oregon (Eugene) Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh) South Carolina (Columbia) Southern Miss (Hattiesburg) Stanford (Stanford) Tennessee (Knoxville) Texas (Austin) Texas Tech (Lubbock) TCU (Fort
  7. As the #2 team in the country, it is no surprise that Texas had a strong showing when the Big 12 awards were announced earlier today. David Pierce was named the coach of the year after leading the Longhorns to the Big 12 title. It is the second time in his 5 years at Texas that Pierce has won the award. Future first round pick Ty Madden was also named the Big 12 pitcher of the year after putting together a 6-3 record with a 2.55 ERA. The first, second and honorable mention Big 12 teams were also announced and were filled with Longhorns. 2B Mitchell Daly, RHP Tristan Stevens and DH Ivan Me
  8. As TCU headed into the bottom of the 9th against Kansas State holding a 8-4 lead, Texas was in cruise control against West Virginia in the 6th inning as the Longhorns held a 10-1 lead. It likely wasn't going to matter though, as the Horned Frogs were 3 outs away from clinching the outright Big 12 title and finishing a full game ahead of Texas in the standings. Everything changed though in a span of about 15 minutes. The Wildcats exploded against TCU's best reliever, Haylen Green, eventually ending the game on a 3-run walk-off home run by Chris Ceballos. The comeback win was met with a huge che
  9. If you haven’t heard, tonight’s game is rained out. DH tomorrow at 2 PM I’ll be back tomorrow with all the details.
  10. THE MATCHUP—Texas concludes its 10-game homestand with a three-game weekend series against Abilene Christian. The only prior meeting between the programs took place last year, with the Longhorns coming out on top, 9-1. Kolby Kubi-chek pitched four shutout innings and allowed just one hit to record his second win of the season. The Longhorns took ad-vantage of 12 walks issued by ACU pitching and scratched out nine hits. Murphy Stehly went 2-for-5 with three RBI and one run scored to lead Texas offensively. Austin Todd was 2-for-4 with an RBI and Zach Zubia was 1-for-3 with a solo homer. Eric Ke
  11. THE MATCHUP—Texas and Nevada will meet for a two-game series beginning on Tuesday. The programs have only one previous meeting, with the Longhorns winning 16-6 during the 1994 NCAA Central Regional held in Austin. The game attendance of 7,825 is the eighth-largest crowd in UFCU Disch-Falk Field history. TUESDAY–Texas RHP Justin Eckhardt (0-0, 7.27) vs. Nevada TBA WEDNESDAY–Texas LHP Pete Hansen (3-1, 1.97) vs. Nevada TBA
  12. THE MATCHUP—Texas welcomes Big 12 Conference foe Kansas State to UFCU Disch-Falk Field for a three-game weekend series beginning on Friday. The Longhorns lead the all-time series 57-20-1, including 31-11-1 at home. The sides last squared off in 2019, with the Wildcats taking the two series, 2-1. Texas won Game 2 of that series, 10-2, highlighted by a Zach Zubia grand slam. Texas has won 10 of 14 series over the Wildcats in Austin, including sweeps in two of the last three PROBABLE PITCHERS FRIDAY–Texas RHP Ty Madden (4-1, 1.52) vs. K-State LHP Jordan Wicks (4-2, 4.00) SAT
  13. Ivan Melendez continued his hot streak with a 2-3 performance at the plate, including a home run - his third in three straight games to propel the #4 Longhorns to a 9-1 win over Stephen F. Austin on Wednesday night. The Longhorns scored a pair of runs in each of the first two innings to take a 4-0 lead into the fourth-inning. Texas made good of a solo home run from Zach Zubia and a three-run shot from Melendez in the fourth to vault the Longhorns to an 8-0 lead. Stephen F. Austin scored their lone run in the eighth on Cal Martin's single which scored Cameron Crawford. Texas
  14. Photo: Texas Athletics The fourth ranked Texas Longhorns (21-5) opened a 10-game homestand with a 14-4 win over Texas A&M Corpus Christi on Tuesday evening. Ivan Melendez went 4-for-5 on the night and had 3 RBI's, pacing Texas to an eventual blowout of the Islanders. Melendez hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the 2nd Inning giving Texas a 2-1 lead - a lead they would not relinquish for the remainder of the game. Leading 4-2 in the fifth, Cam Williams hit a two-run home run to extend the Texas lead to 6-2. The Islanders would score two in the sixth but the Longhorns added thr
  15. Series starts tonight due to Easter Sunday. Game 1 on ESPN+ PROBABLE PITCHERS FRIDAY–Texas RHP Ty Madden (3-1, 1.83) vs. Kansas RHP Ryan Cyr (3-2, 4.78) SATURDAY–Texas RHP Tristan Stevens (3-1, 3.93) vs. Kansas RHP Cole Larsen (4-1, 0.86) SUNDAY–Texas RHP Kolby Kubichek (2-2, 3.21) vs. Kansas LHP Eli Davis (3-2, 4.4) THE MATCHUP—Texas travels to Kansas to face the Jayhawks in a three-game Big 12 Conference tilt. Texas leads the all-time series 52-29, but has lost the last four games, including a sweep in Kansas in 2019. Prior to the four-game skid, the
  16. TEXAS (17-7) at TEXAS A&M (17-9) March 30, 2021 Where: Blue Bell Park Time: Tuesday–6 p.m. TV: ESPNU Radio: 104.9 FM The Horn/1260 AM Live stats: https://12thman.com/sidearmstats/baseball All-time series: Texas leads, 244-127-5 PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUP TUESDAY–Texas LHP Pete Hansen (2-0, 2.75) vs. Texas A&M RHP Nathan Dettmer (2-1, 1.37) THE MATCHUP—Texas will face Texas A&M for a Tuesday evening matchup in College Station. The programs last met in April 2019, with the 12th-ranked Longhorns falling to the No. 9 Aggies, 9-6, at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. Since
  17. PROBABLE PITCHERS FRIDAY–Texas RHP Ty Madden (3-1, 1.62) vs. OU RHP Wyatt Olds (1-2, 7.29) SATURDAY–Texas RHP Tristan Stevens (2-1, 3.49) vs. OU LHP Jake Bennett (3-1, 4.32) SUNDAY–Texas RHP Kolby Kubichek (2-2, 3.38) vs. OU LHP Braden Carmichael (4-0, 3.6 THE MATCHUP—Texas hosts Oklahoma in a three-game series at UFCU Disch-Falk Field this weekend, with the series getting underway on Friday. Since the 2016 season, the Longhorns and Sooners have split 14 games, including each winning a game in the Big 12 Tournament
  18. #10 TEXAS (12-5, 0-0) at BAYLOR (12-4, 0-0) March 19-21, 2021 Where: Baylor Ballpark Time: Friday at 6:30 p.m.; Saturday at 3 p.m.; Sunday at 1 p.m. TV: ESPN+ Radio: 104.9 FM The Horn/1260 AM Live stats: Baylor.StatBroadcast.com All-time series: Texas leads, 248-111-4 PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS FRIDAY–Texas RHP Ty Madden (2-1, 1.33) vs. Baylor LHP Tyler Thomas (2-0, 1.96) SATURDAY–Texas RHP Tristan Stevens (1-1, 3.63) vs. Baylor RHP Blake Helton (1-1, 4.41) SUNDAY–Texas RHP Kolby Kubichek (2-1, 2.50) vs. Baylor RHP Hayden Kettler (1-0, 1.54) THE MATCHUP—Texas trav
  19. The Big12 has been slow and methodical in making a decision on how the baseball season will shape up. Kendall Rogers with some insight today that is pretty interesting.
  20. UT has announced that Austin Todd will undergo shoulder surgery and miss the rest of the '21 season.
  21. PROBABLE PITCHERS 6:30 PM FRIDAY–Texas RHP Ty Madden (2-1, 1.35) vs. South Carolina RHP Thomas Farr (2-0, 1.56) 2:30 PM SATURDAY–Texas RHP Tristan Stevens (0-1, 4.96) vs. South Carolina RHP Brannon Jordan (1-0, 3.46) 11:00 AM SUNDAY–Texas RHP Kolby Kubichek (2-1, 1.93) vs. South Carolina LHP Julian Bosnic (1-0, 0.90) All three games will be aired on LHN
  22. Horns are on their way to Houston to face the Cougars in a 3-game set. Austin Todd is expected to be back in the lineup. Hansen is dealing with some shoulder soreness and likely won't see any action this weekend. hhttps://twitter.com/TexasBaseball/status/1367852404197195779?s=20 ttps://twitter.com/TexasBaseball/status/1367852404197195779?s=20 https://twitter.com/TexasBaseball/status/1367852404197195779?s=20https://twitter.com/TexasBaseball/status/136785240419719577
  23. Coach Gus suffered a heart attack this morning. He is at Ascension Seton getting care. He is currently in stable condition and being treated for pulmonary edema. Please keep Coach and his family & friends in your thoughts and prayers. Gus is 89 years old, the winningest coach in Texas Baseball history and an all around great guy. HookEm #18
  24. As reported by Jeff Howe: https://twitter.com/JeffHowe247/status/1274065770314706944?s

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