UT Hosts NCAA Baseball Super Regional

Longhorns' squad faces Arizona State

Taylor Jungmann
Taylor Jungmann (Photo courtesy of UT)

The University of Texas baseball team defeated Kent State 5-0 Monday to escape an early season exit (for them) and move on to host the NCAA Austin Super Regional beginning this Friday, June 10, 6pm, at Disch-Falk Field vs. the Arizona State Sun Devils. Click through for the full schedule.

Star pitcher Taylor Jungmann will lead the 47-16 Longhorns against the visiting 42-16 Sun Devils in a best-of-three series with the victor moving on to the College World Series. Games one and two will be broadcast nationally on ESPN with game three (if necessary) being shown on ESPN2. Catch all three on 1300 AM the Zone on your radio dial.

Vs. Arizona State: Fri.-Sun., June 10-12, 6pm. Disch-Falk Field, 1300 E. MLK Blvd. $26-40. www.texassports.com.

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