On to Omaha

Rob Rasmussen just capped off a masterpiece – first career complete game, nine strikeouts, two hits, one walk on 112 pitches – and UCLA is off to its first College World Series since 1997.

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  • Anonymous

    Yea baby! Yea baby!

  • Reformed Droog

    Solid performance all around…

  • Fan4Life

    F I N A L L Y !!!!!!!! What a crazy year. Hoops doesn’t even get an invite to the NIT and the baseball team beats CSUF to go to Omaha? Just crazy and incredible, improbable and amazing. Tyler Rahmatulla brings UCLA back from the dead in the 9th inning of Game 2. Rob Rasmussen throws his first complete game ever for the Bruins in Game 3. Crazy, just crazy. The Titan hex has been lifted. Good luck, Bruins!

  • PBruin

    Yeah Bruins! The pitching depth will be tough to beat and the batting lineup came up with clutch hits! When was the last time that a program wins championship in both Softball AND Baseball?! Omaha…here we come!

  • RickBruin

    Congrats Bruins, 8-1 over CSF!!! How nice to lift the Titan hex, especially following up on the dramatic win yesterday. Keep your focus and play them one game at a time in the College World Series.