OMAHA – Four teams have been eliminated of the eight who made it to Omaha at the beginning of this past weekend during the 2019 NCAA DI College World Series.
The most recent team saw their summer come to an end last night when Louisville defeated Mississippi State, 4-3 walking off with two-runs in the ninth. Louisville will now face a 2-0 Vanderbilt team at 6 p.m. CT Friday. Vanderbilt defeated Louisville in the opening round Sunday, 3-1.
In the top bracket just two teams remain with 2-0 Michigan coming off a couple days rest who will face Texas Tech for the second time in the CWS who sits 2-1 Game time is scheduled for 1 p.m. CT Friday. The Wolverines defeated the Red Raiders on June 15, 5-3.
If Michigan and Vandy both win their games Friday, there’ll be no games Saturday or Sunday gearing up for a best-of-three championship series on Monday and Tuesday, June 24-25 along with an if necessary game on Wednesday, June 26. All of those games are scheduled for 6 p.m. CT.
If one or both of the one-loss teams win Friday, there will be one or two final games played Saturday to decide the championship teams.