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Omaha scratched from ECU itinerary — for now

East Carolina third baseman Bryant Ward looks to throw but can't hold on to the ball on an infield hit by Clemson's Zane Green in the fourth inning of Clemson's NCAA regional championship win over the Pirates on Sunday, June 2, 2002. (AP: Mary Ann Chastain)
East Carolina's quest to reach the College World Series — a bold journey unabashedly mapped out by its non-flinching coach, Keith LeClair — was sidetracked until 2003 when host Clemson thrashed the Pirates Sunday to win the regional championship.
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Until it resumes the mission next February, ECU will have its remarkable Conference USA Tournament title to relish as the primary reward for a season marked both by adversity and unwavering determination... Game story from Associated Press...

Clemson
Regional

Friday (Day 1 Capsules of Regions):
 1.  East Carolina 13, Elon 7
 2.  Clemson 15, Ga. Southern 1
Saturday (Day 2 Capsules of Regions):
 3.  Georgia Southern 6, Elon 2
 4.  Clemson 4, East Carolina 2
 5.  East Carolina 7, Georgia Southern 3
Sunday (Day 3 Capsules of Regions):
 6.  Clemson 21, East Carolina 1
      Clemson wins regional championship.

C-USA/Carolinas: Clemson, Cougars, 'Cocks advance

Chris Snyder had three hits, including a home run, as No. 11 Houston beat No. 15 Arizona State, 8-3, to advance to the NCAA baseball super-regionals. The Cougars' Conference USA mates, East Carolina and South Florida, were eliminated by Clemson and Florida State, respectively. South Carolina joined the Tigers as the Carolinas' only representatives in the last round before Omaha as Wake Forest and North Carolina fell by the wayside... C-USA & Carolinas regional capsules...

East Carolina & NCAA Postseason Baseball Headlines

- Coach Has Scripted Program to Reach Omaha...
- ECU Battery Gets a Charge in MLB Draft...
- Narron Honored Again for Baseball AND Books...
- Bonesville's teams trimmed to three...
- Super-Regional Pairings & Sites...
- NCAA Regionals Wrap & Headlines...
- Baseball News Poll (through 06/02)...
- Baseball America Poll (through 06/02)..
- Omaha scratched from ECU itinerary...
- Houston, 'Cocks, Tigers advance...
- Pirates shake off heat to advance...
- Clemson rides error, HR to finals...
- Day two: C-USA, Carolinas recaps...
- LeClair's boys quash big Elon rally...
- Emotions run deep for Leggett...
- Day one: C-USA, Carolinas recaps...
- WCU ties: Leggett & Hennon Q & A...
- Exuberant Elon will face Narron...
- Inspiration pays ECU another visit...
- Four leagues dominate NCAA field...
- Pirates going to 'Reunion' regional...
- A first: Louisville gets NCAA berth...
- Surprised Dogs snag slot vs. U of L...
- Pairings impacted by travel, safety...
- NCAA regional sites and seedings...
- NCAA region-by-region schedule...
- Pirates fought for title and more...
- ECU climbs back into Coaches Poll...
- Pirates ranked by Baseball News...
- C-USA Tourney Wrap & Headlines...

02/23/2007 11:21:10 AM

 
 

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