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Texas baseball highlights in the 2022 College World Series vs. Notre Dame

Robb Hibbard Lindsy Neer
Austin American-Statesman

The Texas baseball team is one of eight competing for the NCAA national title in the 2022 NCAA Men's College World Series, which runs Friday through June 27 at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, Neb. 

The Longhorns (47-20) join the Texas A&M Aggies, Oklahoma Sooners and Notre Dame Fighting Irish in Bracket One of the CWS.

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Teams in Bracket Two are the Stanford Cardinal, Arkansas Razorbacks, Auburn Tigers and the Ole Miss Rebels.

Texas advanced to the College World Series after defeating East Carolina in two of three games in the NCAA baseball tournament Greenville Super Regional in Greenville, N.C., June 10-12.

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Texas baseball highlights in the College World Series vs. Notre Dame

Carter Putz gets a solo home run, pushing Notre Dame to a 7-3 lead. The lead holds, and the Longhorns drop their first game. 

Texas now faces Texas A&M on Sunday afternoon.

UT Chancellor James B. Milliken smiles from the stands.

Texas scores its third run on a wild pitch, ending the sixth inning behind 6-3.

Texas' Douglas Hodo singles in Dylan Campbell to make it 6-2.

Notre Dame scores again, and the Irish are up 6-1 in the middle of the fifth.

After the Irish score again, Tristan Stevens comes in as relief pitcher for the Longhorns.

Notre Dame scores again, putting the Irish up 3-1 in the fourth inning.

The Longhorns get their first run with a bunt by Eric Kennedy. The third inning ends with Notre Dame up 2-1.

Notre Dame scored again in the third, putting the Irish up 2-0.

Texas got its first hit from Skyler Messinger in the second inning, but didn't score and entered the third inning still down 1-0.

The Irish struck first, with Jared Miller hitting a solo home run in the first inning. The first inning ends with Notre Dame leading, 1-0.