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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Texas A&M Aggies square off in an elimination game to keep their 2022 Men’s College World Series hopes alive at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, Nebraska on Tuesday, June 21 (6/21/2022). at 2 p.m. ET.
This elimination bracket game follows Oklahoma’s 6-2 win over Notre Dame, securing its spot in the next round, and forcing the Fighting Irish into the elimination bracket. Now, these two teams will face off for a chance to face Oklahoma again, where they will need back-to-back wins to advance to the CWS Finals.
The Fighting Irish will look to exploit the Aggies poor defense, before Texas A&M can pile on another wild series of runs like they did in their 10-2 elimination of the Texas Longhorns.
With three freshmen, five sophomores and a senior in the everyday lineup and picked to finish sixth in the Big 12, Oklahoma wasn’t expected to be in this position. The Sooners got hot the second half of the regular season, won the conference tournament and went on the road to win its regional and super regional.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will face the no. 5 Texas A&M Aggies in an NCAA Men’s College World Series matchup on Tuesday, June 21 at 2 p.m. on ESPN.
Notre Dame fell to Oklahoma on Sunday 6-2. David LaManna was 1-for-4 with a home run and two RBI. Texas A&M enters the matchup against Notre Dame after winning 10-2 over Texas on Tuesday. Jordan Thompson led the way offensively in the victory, going 2-for-2 with a double and two RBI.
The game will be in Omaha, Nebraska at Charles Schwab Field Omaha and will start at 2:00 p.m. EST. Games will be aired on TV via ESPN. Those without cable can stream the games online using WatchESPN and ESPN+ or for free using fuboTV or DirecTVStream. If you have cable, you can use the login credentials from your TV provider to watch via WatchESPN. DirecTV and fuboTV both offer free trials.
Trevor Werner hit a tiebreaking single in a four-run second inning and No. 5 national seed Texas A&M broke a nine-game College World Series losing streak Sunday with a 10-2 victory over rival Texas, ending the Longhorns’ season.
The Aggies (43-19) spotted Texas (47-22) a two-run lead before taking control of the first CWS game between programs that had met 373 times since 1904.
Their first win in five Omaha appearances since 1993 moved Texas A&M to another elimination game Tuesday against Notre Dame. Oklahoma beat Notre Dame 6-2 on Sunday night.
Aggies starter Micah Dallas acknowledged there was added satisfaction to knocking out the Longhorns.
“There is a little extra oomph behind everything, especially when it’s Texas, because you just look at the fan bases, there’s a lot of like genuine hate between each other,” Dallas said. “We kind of feed off of it. We respect them. They’re a great ballclub. But there’s a little more, I don’t know, competition.”
Leading 8-2, the Aggies faced a stressful situation in the sixth inning when Jacob Palisch walked Mitchell Daly to load the bases with two outs and Ivan Melendez coming to bat. Palisch struck out the national home run leader and .393 hitter, catching him looking at a fastball at the knees on the inner half of the plate.
The loser of today’s game packs it up for the season, while the winner would move on to play the Oklahoma Sooners, where they’d need to win two games in a row to advance to the national championship series. But a win today, has significance all it’s own, as it would mark the first time in A&M program history that the Ags made it to the “final four” of the College World Series.
It comes down to win or go home for Notre Dame (41-16) vs. Texas A&M (43-19) in Tuesday afternoon's elimination game at the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. First pitch is set for 2 p.m. ET.
The winner gets a date with Oklahoma Wednesday. The Sooners sent the Irish to the loser's bracket Sunday with a 6-2 win.