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IU opens Super Regional with win

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Kyle Schwarber had a go-ahead two-run single in a four-run seventh inning and Indiana went on to beat Florida State 10-9 Saturday in the first game of the Tallahassee Super Regional.

Schwarber, who also had a two-run homer in the fourth, put Indiana up 7-6 with his hit in the seventh.

Indiana (47-14) can advance to its first College World Series with a win on Sunday. If the Seminoles (47-16) win, a deciding game would be played Monday.

The Hoosiers’ big inning came against relievers Gage Smith (4-2) and Billy Strode, who gave up just three hits in the inning but the Seminoles committed two throwing errors.

John Nogowski’s two-run homer in the eighth trimmed Indiana’s lead to 10-8. DJ Stewart added an RBI single in the ninth, but Indiana’s Will Coursen-Carr, a South Side graduate, induced a pair of flyouts to end the game.

Brian Korte (1-0) pitched one-third an inning.

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