During Sunday’s game two of the Winston-Salem super regional, a home run derby broke out between No. 16 Alabama and No. 1 Wake Forest.
In their first game of the NCAA super regional against the No. 1 overall seed Wake Forest, No. 16 Alabama battled in front of a rowdy crowd at David F. Couch Ballpark in Winston-Salem, N.C., but came up short losing 5-4.
After rain delayed the start of Sunday night’s contest between Alabama and Boston College, Alabama delivered the least dramatic games of the weekend defeating Boston College 8-0 to advance to the super regionals.
The fourth error of the night for Troy was the biggest one of the night, extending the ninth inning for Alabama that would lead to four unearned runs crossing the plate, giving the Crimson Tide an 11-8 victory over the Trojans Saturday night.
Alabama’s opening game in the Tuscaloosa Regional went back and forth with the Crimson Tide eventually coming out victorious against Nicholls 4-3 with an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth.
Sunday, the Alabama baseball team learned that it would be a host team for the NCAA Tournament, and Monday afternoon during the selection show, the Crimson Tide found out their seeding and who they would be hosting.