ARIZONA Wildcats
Overall Record: 45-17
Conference: Pac-12 (t-1st, 20-10)
   Head Coach: Andy Lopez

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FLORIDA STATE Seminoles
Overall Record: 50-16
Conference: Atlantic Coast (1st, 24-6)
   Head Coach: Mike Martin

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN THE WILDCATS AND SEMINOLES MEET

Venue: TD Ameritrade Park Omaha
Date: June 21
Time: 5 p.m. ET
TV: ESPN2 / ESPN3 
Announcers:
   Jon Sciambi (play by play)
   Kyle Peterson (color)
   Jenn Brown (field reporter)

Who to Watch for the Wildcats: P Kurt Heyer -- 12-2, 2.22 ERA; LF Johnny Field -- .377, 3 HR, 44 RBI; RF Robert Refsnyder -- .352, 6 HR, 63 RBI

Who to Watch for the Seminoles: P Brandon Leibrandt -- 8-2, 2.65 ERA; CF James Ramsey -- .386, 13 HR, 58 RBI; P Robert Benincasa -- 1.32 ERA,16 SV

IN THE 2012 POSTSEASON

Arizona
Regional
    def. Missouri, 15-3 [ Box ]
    def. Louisville, 16-4 [ Box ]
    def. Louisville, 16-3 [ Box ]
Super Regional
    def. St. John's (10 inn.), 7-6 [ Recap ] [ Box ] [ Video ]
    def. St. John's, 7-4 [ Recap ] [ Box ] [ Video ]
College World Series
    def. Florida St., 4-3 (12 inn.) [ Recap ] [ Box ] [ Video ]
    def. UCLA, 4-0 [ Recap ] [ Box ] [ Video ]

Notebook: Three pitches in 12th send Wildcats to win
Feature: Arizona likes plenty of space to work

Florida State
Regional
    def. UAB, 2-1 [ Box ]
    def. Samford, 8-1 [ Box ]
    def. Samford, 5-2 [ Box ]
Super Regional
    def. Stanford, 17-1 [ Recap ] [ Box ] [ Video ]
    def. Stanford, 18-7 [ Recap ] [ Box ] [ Video ]
College World Series
    lost to Arizona, 4-3 (12 inn.) [ Recap ] [ Box ] [ Video ]
    def. Stony Brook, 12-2 [ Recap ] [ Box ] [ Video ]
    def. UCLA, 4-1 [ Recap ] [ Box ] [ Video ]

Notebook: FSU Off to Typical Start at CWS
Feature: Sitz's stellar effort keeps FSU alive

Rosters: Arizona | Florida State Schedules: Arizona | Florida State
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ARIZONA QUICK HITS ...
► The Wildcats and Seminoles have met 12 total times with Arizona leading the series 7-5. That includes six times in Omaha, where UA leads 5-1. Arizona twice defeated the Seminoles at the 1986 College World Series, including by a score of 10-2 on June 9, 1986, to secure UA’s third national championship.

► Eight of Arizona’s 45 victories, including five of its 20 Pac-12 wins, have come with a rally in its
final at-bat of a game. In fact, four of the wins have come in the last 10 games, including in the opening game of the Tucson Super Regional and the opening game of the CWS.

► The Wildcats have hit .321 in the
last 17 games, and have outscored opponents 38-11 in two-out RBI. On the mound, UA hurlers have a 2.77 ERA, 105 strikeouts and just 40 walks in 156.0 innings pitched.

► Arizona is hitting just .219 in CWS action this year -- but has held opponents to a .176 average.

FLORIDA STATE QUICK HITS ...
► Florida State stares down the barrel of elimination in this game thanks to a loss against Arizona in its CWS opener.

► The Seminoles' bullpen has a 1.82 ERA in the NCAA tournament (six earned runs in 29.2 innings). The staff as a whole boasts a 1.92 ERA (16 ER in 75.0 IP). FSU pitchers have 75 strikeouts and just 18 walks in the tournament this season.

► Florida State has now won 50 games in a season for the 24th time in school history, all under Mike Martin. The Seminoles’ 50 wins are second nationally to Stony Brook (52).

► The last time FSU had three players with at least 60 walks in one year was the 1984 season when the Seminoles set the school record for walks with 555.  That year Paul Sorrento (75), Jody Reed (68) and Frank Fazzini (64) all had at least 60 walks. No other DI team has accomplished the feat in the last decade.

► In its game against UCLA, Florida State became just the second team since 1999 to walk six times before striking out in a CWS game.