NCAA Baseball Tournament 2012, Charlottesville Region: Oklahoma Eliminates Army In Extra Inning Thriller

The Army Black Knights saw their season come to an end in heartbreaking fashion, as the Oklahoma Sooners scratched out a 2-1 win in 10 innings over the Knights in the Charlottesville Region Sunday morning.

Army struck first in the bottom of the fifth when Zach Price singled home a run. Oklahoma countered with a run in the top of the sixth when Evan Mistich scored Max White on an RBI groundout. The pitchers duel continued into the 10th inning when the Sooners finally pushed home the winning run when White came through with an RBI single. An error in the bottom of the 10th gave the Black Knights a chance to rally, but they could not take advantage of it.

Oklahoma starter Jonathan Grey went seven innings, allowing just the one run on five hits and two walks with six strikeouts. In relief, Steven Okert went the remaining three innings, allowing just one hit and striking out three to pick up the win.

Army starter Logan Lee also had an incredible game, going seven innings and allowing just two hits, four walks and one run. Gunnar Carroll got the loss, tossing the last three innings and allowing one run on three hits.

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