OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - The field is set for the 2018 College World Series. Defending champ Florida became the last team to clinch a spot in Omaha after a crazy walk-off win on Monday night over Auburn.
Just a few minutes earlier Monday night, former Husker head coach Dave Van Horn's Arkansas Razorbacks sealed up a spot in the CWS. Van Horn has now lead the Hogs to Omaha five times.
Meanwhile, Texas Tech clinched a spot with a win over Duke on Monday afternoon. It's the Red Raiders' third trip to Omaha in the last five years.
Texas is headed back to TD Ameritrade Park for the first time in four years after holding off Tennessee Tech in game three of the Austin Super Regional.
Welcome back to Omaha, Horns!— NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) June 11, 2018
For the 3️⃣6️⃣th time in program history and first since 2014, @TexasBaseball is headed to the College World Series! The most all-time trips to the #CWS. pic.twitter.com/OgVUKhLMWK
On Saturday, North Carolina completed the sweep of Stetson to be the first team to earn their spot in the eight-team field.
Later on Saturday, Oregon State rallied to beat Minnesota and protect their home field and advance to Omaha for the seventh time ever.
In a thriller, Washington defeated Cal State Fullerton in 10 innings to advance to the CWS for the first time, winning the series 2-1 on the road.
The moment. pic.twitter.com/OR7TIOLt1Z— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) June 11, 2018
Not far behind was another extra-inning winner-take-all game, Mississippi State defeated Vanderbilt 10-6 in an 11-inning thriller to win the series 2-1 against its SEC foe.