Toreros eliminate Aztecs from NCAA baseball regional

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college-baseballSAN DIEGO – Austin Green’s two-run single was the key hit that kept San Diego alive in the NCAA tournament on Saturday.

The Torreros’ 6-3 victory over San Diego State at Jackie Robinson Stadium advanced them to Sunday’s game, where they will play Cal Poly.

San Diego State (31-31) was leading, 2-0, when San Diego made the most of two hits in the fifth inning. Green’s single gave the Torreros (33-23) a 3-2 lead. The Aztecs helped out in the inning, with two walks, a hit batter and an error.

Dylan Covey (5-4) went 7 2/3 innings, giving up only four hits, to earn the victory.

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  • AztecFan69

    Another mediocre year for Aztec's baseball. Why isn't Mr. (Coolest Aztec Ever) (voted by the fans) under any scrutiny. He basically pushed out former Coach Dietz because he decided he wanted that job. The program has gone downhill ever since Mr. Hall of Fame took over. Maybe he should spend more time coaching and recruiting instead of gaggling on the Padre Telecasts. Is he above scrutiny because the baseball field is named after him. SDSU should not be outrecruited by USD, and this is not a slap at USD because they have done a great job over there. It's just that SDSU baseball should be at least a top 25 program every year and i think Chubby Gwynn has been given a fair shot to manage this team and now is the time to move in a new direction.

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