Posted June 8th, 2009 by Brian
Filed under: Baseball, Feature, World Series

Kevin Keyes' first inning homer set the stage for the Texas win. (Statesman.com)

Kevin Keyes' first inning homer set the stage for the Texas win. (Statesman.com)

The Texas Longhorns are headed back to Omaha for the 33rd time. The team topped [tag]TCU[/tag] 5-2 to win their Super Regional and advance to the [tag]College World Series[/tag]. The Longhorns won thanks to a complete performance in all facets of the game, getting great starting pitching, great defense, and great fundamental offense and power.

Freshman starter [tag]Taylor Jungmann[/tag] allowed only 2 hits over 6 innings to earn the win. The offense was led by [tag]Brandon Belt[/tag] and [tag]Kevin Keyes[/tag] who helped get the Horns off to a quick 3-run lead in the first inning. Keyes homered in the first and nearly had another one later when he double off the top of the rightfield wall.

Texas will open CWS play Sunday against [tag]Southern Miss[/tag] at 6pm on ESPN2.

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