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Topic - Chad Girodo
The Bulldogs were leading 5-3 and coming to bat six outs from a sweep and their first College World Series berth since 2007 when the rain came at 10:02 p.m. The umpires waited just over an hour before deciding to suspend the game.
The Bulldogs (48-18) needed six outs Monday to complete the rain-delayed sweep, and used reliever Jonathan Holder to get them to secure their ninth trip to the College World Series, and first since 2007.