Michigan defeats Texas Tech 15-3 to end Red Raiders' season

Michigan defeats Texas Tech 15-3 to end Red Raiders' season

For the third time this year in the College World Series, the Red Raiders were playing in an elimination game. After falling to Michigan 5-3 last Saturday, Tech got the chance to get revenge on the Wolverines. 

Freshman starter Micah Dallas gave up two earned runs in the first. Texas Tech responded with three runs in the second to take the lead but after giving up two more in the bottom half of the inning, Tim Tadlock went to the bullpen to bring John McMillon into the game. McMillon gave up a two-out double to Jesse Franklin in the third that extended Michigan's lead to 6-3. 

Hunter Dobbins toed the rubber for the Red Raiders in the fourth and gave up a run to Blake Nelson, who scored on a wild pitch and extended the Wolverine's lead to 7-3. 

Jordan Nwogu provided the nail in the coffin with a two-out RBI double to put Michigan on top 10-3. The Wolverines scored five more runs to extend their lead to 15-3 and went on to win by that score, ending the Red Raiders' season. 

Josh Jung is now headed to the pros. The Rangers picked him in the first round. He noted Tech's improvements year by year.

"We keep inching, we keep taking different steps in Omaha. Come for the first time, come and win first game, come win the very first game of the tournament," Jung said after Friday's game. "Now...in the semifinals. Not too long before they're playing for the national championship."

Jung said it's meant a lot to wear the red and black.

"I gave everything I had to this university. Sucks I have to take off this jersey later today and not be able to put it on again."

Texas Tech's two wins in Omaha this season is the most they have won at the CWS in program history.

 

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