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Vols win College World Series

(Omaha, NE) — Tennessee baseball took down Texas A&M 6-5 in Game Three of the Men’s College World Series Finals at Charles Schwab Field. The win gave the Volunteers their first baseball national championship in program history. Left fielder Dylan Dreiling was 2-for-2 with a home run and three R-B-I en route to being named College World Series Most Outstanding Player. Kavares Tears, Dean Curley and Christian Moore also drove in runs for Tennessee. Starting pitcher Zander Sechrist was the winning pitcher after tossing five-and-a-third innings of one-run ball with seven strikeouts. Aaron Combs picked up the save. The Volunteers finish their season 60-13. Texas A&M made a valiant comeback in the game, scoring twice in both the eighth and ninth innings. Starter Justin Lamkin took the loss. The Aggies finish their year 53-15. Tennessee left fielder Dyan Dreiling says he still thought they would win the series even after losing Game One.

(Photo Credit University of Tennessee)