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Charlottesville Super Regional
Oklahoma 11, Virginia 0
June 14, 2010

Game Notes
• Attendance for Game 3 was 4,801 – a sellout.
• It was the 11th sellout at Davenport Field this season, including the fifth (all three Super Regional games) of the NCAA postseason.
• The all-time series between Virginia and Oklahoma is tied, 2-2.

Noting Virginia (51-14)
• Virginia is 16-16 all-time in the NCAA Tournament, including a 3-3 record during Super Regional action (2009 and 2010).
• The game today marked the 65th of the season, tying a school record (the others were 1996 and 2009).
• Virginia’s 11-0 deficit was the largest of the season. It was previously nine runs in a 12-3 loss at VMI (April 14).
• UVa’s largest deficit at home before today was when it trailed Dartmouth 4-0 (March 7) but Virginia pulled off an 11-5 victory over the Big Green.
• Virginia was shut out for the first time this season. The last time UVa failed to score was at Miami (10-0) on April 27, 2008.
• It also marked the first time the Cavaliers dropped back-to-back games this year.
• It was just the second series loss of the season for UVa – the only other was at NC State (April 2-4).
• Virginia’s five hits matched the season low. The Cavaliers also recorded five hits at East Carolina (Feb. 20) and Boston College (May 26) in the ACC Tournament.
• Oklahoma’s 11 runs were the most allowed by the Cavaliers at home this season. The 10 runs put up by the Sooners Sunday in Game 2 were the most prior to today.
• Phil Gosselin became the first player in Virginia history to record 100 hits in a single season. He set the school record in Game 2 vs. Oklahoma with his 95th hit; teammate Jarrett Parker 94 previously topped the list.
• This season, Virginia set program records with 51 wins, including 34 at home, also a record.

Noting Oklahoma (49-16)
• Oklahoma is 75-63 all-time in the NCAA Tournament, including a 3-3 mark in Super Regional play, which began in 1999.
• It is the first Super Regional win for Oklahoma, which earned its 10th College World Series appearance, and its first since 1995. That number is tied for 13th most all-time among Division I schools.
• The last time Oklahoma shut out an opponent in NCAA play was in 1993 against UCLA, a 10-0 victory that sent the Sooners to the CWS.
• Oklahoma is an undefeated 40-0 this season when leading after six innings (led 8-0 after six).
• OU is 22-1 on the year when scoring 10+ runs. Its only loss was a 12-11 decision to Missouri on April 11.
• In the first game of the Super Regional, all seven of OU’s hits were singles. The Sooners hit seven home runs in the last two games of the series.
• OU has 28 multiple home run games on the year, including three in the NCAA Tournament.
• The Sooners have homered in 20 of the last 23 games. The four home runs on Monday marked the 13th time this season that OU has reached or eclipsed that mark in a game.
• Sophomore Cody Reine had two home runs in both of Oklahoma’s Super Regional wins (four of the team’s seven of the series). Five of Reine’s 10 homers this season have come in the NCAA Tournament.
• The pair of three-run homers by Reine marked his eighth and ninth of the season with runners on base.
• Cameron Seitzer snapped a 1-for-19 skid in the NCAA Tournament with a solo homer in the second inning.

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