The Virginia Cavaliers scored first in their 2011 College World Series elimination game with the Cal Golden Bears to lead after three innings. After two scoreless innings to start the night, Virginia found Jared King and Keith Werman on first and second after a single and a throwing error by Dixon Anderson (he pulled Devon Rodriguez off the bag). A sacrifice moved the runners to second and third base. A wild pitch by Anderson and a sac fly put two runs on the board.
Dixon was able to work out of the inning, but he's up to 48 pitches through three innings. Virginia's Tyler Wilson has kept the Cal offense to two hits in three innings and has struck out two. Cal still has plenty of time left to keep its storybook run going.
For the latest on the tournament, head College World Series hub. You can find recaps of the opening round matchups, as well as previews of each team in the tournament there. For more on this game, Virginia fans should check out Streaking The Lawn and California fans should visit California Golden Blogs.