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NCAA bans Missouri from postseason after academic misconduct

The NCAA has sanctioned Missouri’s football, baseball and softball programs after an investigation revealed academic misconduct involving a tutor. Among the penalties were three years of probation and one year of postseason bans for all three programs.

Oregon State wins 5-3 to force Game 3; Hogs crying over foul

Oregon State’s Trevor Larnach hit a tie-breaking two-run homer in the top of the ninth after Arkansas blew a chance to lock up a national championship, and the Beavers forced a third and deciding game in the College World Series finals with a 5-3 win. Cadyn Grenier singled in the tying run after three Arkansas fielders watched his foul ball drop between them.

Arkansas beats Luke Heimlich, Beavers 4-1 in CWS finals opener

Arkansas broke through for four runs against a faltering Luke Heimlich in the fifth inning and moved a step closer to its first national championship in baseball with a 4-1 win over Oregon State in Game 1 of the College World Series finals. Heimlich issued a walk and hit two batters as the Razorbacks took a three-run lead in the fifth inning.

Oregon St. beats Miss. St. 5-2, plays Arkansas in CWS finals

Kevin Abel and Jake Mulholland combined on a four-hitter, Tyler Malone hit his third home run of the College World Series, and Oregon State survived some ninth-inning drama to beat Mississippi State 5-2 to reach the best-of-three finals against Arkansas. As they did in 2006, when they won the first of two straight national titles, the Beavers came back from losing their CWS opener to win four straight and make the finals.

After years of trying, Washington baseball finally Omaha-bound

When Lindsay Meggs arrived at Washington nine years ago, he proclaimed that he wanted the Huskies to become an “Omaha program,” worthy of being in the College World Series mix on a regular basis. It’s finally happened, and maybe in the most unlikely of seasons.