The Arizona Wildcats will take on the LSU Tigers in the Tucson Regional Final Sunday afternoon at Hillenbrand Stadium. Here is the viewing info:
1:30 PM MST (4:30 PM ET)
How they got here:
Arizona has scored nine runs in each of their first two games. Friday night, the Wildcats opened with a win over Boston, and Saturday they held on to a 9-8 win over LSU to advance through with a 2-0 record.
LSU opened Regional play with a 13-9 win over the Louisville Cardinals. After the loss to Arizona, LSU sat around for a little while, and then opened up the floodgates late against Boston to pick up an 8-3 win. The Tigers only had one run in the first six innings of that BU game, and then finished it off with a seven-run seventh.
Lafayette Regional Roundup:
The winner of the Tucson Regional will face the winner of the Lafayette Regional. No. 6 UL-Lafayette has gotten off to a 2-0 start as a host, notching tight wins over Texas Southern and Texas. The Ragin' Cajuns face the Longhorns again in the Regional Final. The first game between ULL and UT ended with a walk-off walk. All of those games have been decided by three runs or less, so there's been quite a bit of drama down south this weekend.
Only one Regional host has lost a game this weekend. That team is the Georgia Bulldogs. They are still alive, as they will need to beat North Carolina State twice on Sunday to advance to the Super Regionals.
This also means that the Pac-12 is undefeated through two days of play, and Washington has already advanced to the Super Regional round.