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College World Series Finals 2015: Vanderbilt vs. UVA Game 2 Score and Recap

Published by on June 24, 2015

With their season on the line, Virginia's freshmen came up big to propel the Cavaliers to a 3-0 win over Vanderbilt in Game 2 of the 2015 College World Series finals—setting up a decisive Game 3 Wednesday for the national title.

Five innings of work on the mound from freshman pitcher Adam Haseley set the tone for Virginia in Tuesday's elimination game, and fellow freshman Ernie Clement went 3-for-4 at the plate with a sixth-inning RBI. That broke a scoreless tie and proved to be the game-winner, and Thomas Woodruff followed it up with a two-RBI single, giving Virginia the 3-0 advantage that it never relinquished.

Their win guaranteed one more college baseball game this year—one to decide everything, as NCAA Baseball noted:

Vanderbilt pitcher Philip Pfeifer matched Haseley's dominance on the mound early on, but the Cavaliers jumped on him early in the sixth. He allowed eight hits on 5.2 innings pitched, giving up the three runs that proved to be the difference.

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