Texas A&M Vs. FSU Final Score, NCAA Baseball Super Regionals: Aggies Complete CWS Field

The 2011 College World Series field is complete, with the Texas A&M Aggies upsetting the No. 5 overall seed Florida St. Seminoles in the Tallahassee Super Regional, putting up an 11-2 Game 3 victory. With rain pouring down at Dick Howser Stadium, Nick Fleece recorded the final out, grounding out Atlanta Braves draft pick Sean Gilmartin with two Noles left on base, leading to the obligatory celebration dogpile.

The Ags will take on the defending champion South Carolina Gamecocks Sunday night in Omaha. FSU still won the overall run total for the series, 27-26, thanks to that Game 2 outburst. You take what you can get.

Michael Wacha was excellent Monday night, throwing seven and one-thirds innings and allowing only two earned runs on three hits. 1B Jacob House was the offensive star for the Aggies, reaching base four times, driving in two and scoring two runs of his own, though six other Texas A&M players also made it on base multiple times each.

It wasn't the best night for Hunter Scantling, who gave up four runs in only 13 pitches.

Click here for complete 2011 NCAA baseball tournament Super Regionals coverage. For more FSU, join Tomahawk Nation, and for more Texas A&M join I Am The 12th Man and SB Nation Houston.

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