OMAHA, Neb. – They’re not done yet.
Starting pitcher Trace Bright set an Auburn College World Series record with eight strikes, Cole Foster boosted three goals with a full-base brace and Blake Burkhalter earned a 16th save to lead the Those. tiger number 14 won 6-2 over Stanford on Monday at Charles Schwab Field.
A 2-0 lead in the sixth round, Bobby Peirce had a grass-roots walk to score Mike Bello, who took the lead with a single, moved up to number two on Blake Rambusch’s singles and finished third. when Sonny DiChiara was thrown into the field.
With two appearances, Foster drilled a brace from the wall in the center left to empty the bases, creating Rambusch, DiChiara and Peirce for a 4-2 Auburn advantage.
Bello scored again in the seventh inning, taking the lead. Blake Rambusch followed with a brace to put the Tigers in second and third.
Auburn extended the lead to 5-2 when Brody Moore’s sacrificial flight scored for Bryson Ware, who passed the ball to Bello and continued to play on the left flank.
With two goals, Peirce doubled Rambusch’s lead to put the Tigers ahead 6-2.
Stanford scored the first with three brace in the first two innings, scoring runs one in each half to take a 2-0 lead.
Bright (5-4) vacated Cardinal for the next three rounds, rested seven at the end of the third to fifth rounds, and fan
Auburn was threatened in the fifth half as Brooks Carlson took the lead with a brace and Foster followed with a four-yard walk, scoring two goals but the Tigers failed to cash in.
Tommy Sheehan relieves Bright in the sixth round, passing aside. When Stanford loaded the points with two innings in the seventh round, Blake Burkhalter relieved him, beating Stanford’s Brett Barrera on total points to close the round.
Burkhalter knocked out all three of the Stanford beaters in the eighth round, which beat two.
In the ninth game, he beat the first two shots before hitting the domestic singles with two shots that extended the round. Stanford lead player Brock Jones appeared in front of Rambusch for the final.
Bright, Sheehan and Burkhalter combine for 16 attacks while only releasing walking.
Rambusch, Foster and Kason Howell led Auburn with two hits each.
The victory was Auburn’s first against Stanford (47-18) in five meetings at the College World Series.
One of six teams, including four from the Western SEC, still vying for the national championship, Auburn (43-21) will play the loser in the Arkansas-Ole Miss game Monday night at 6 p.m. CT. .