Cal State Fullerton scores two in the seventh without a hit, eliminates Neb.
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Taylor Bryant came home with the go-ahead run when Nebraska's Bob Greco balked in the seventh inning and Cal State Fullerton eliminated the Cornhuskers 4-3 in the NCAA regionals on Sunday.
Cal State Fullerton (34-23) advanced to Sunday night's regional final against top-seeded Oklahoma State, for a rematch of the previous night's 13-7 loss.
Down 3-2 in the seventh, Fullerton scored twice without registering a hit. Jared Deacon was hit by a pitch and moved to second when Bryant reached on an error by Nebraska starting pitcher Aaron Bummer. One out later, Cornhusker shortstop Steven Reveles could not come up with Keegan Dale's sharp grounder, allowing Deacon to score and advancing Bryant to third.
Blake Headley's RBI single in the sixth gave Nebraska (41-21) a 3-2 lead.