2012 NCAA Baseball Tournament, TCU Vs. Ole Miss Score Update: Horned Frogs Lead 2-0 Through Five Innings

TCU is leading Ole Miss 2-0 through five innings at the College Station Regional of the 2012 NCAA baseball tournament. There hasn't been much offense, but the Horned Frogs have been able to capitalize on opportunities just a little better than the Runnin Rebels have.

Designated hitter Kevin Cron got the scoring started for TCU in the first inning when he grounded out and score Kyle Von Tungeln. Cron came up big again for TCU in the fourth inning he hit a leadoff solo home run to left field, which gave the Horned Frogs a 2-0 advantage.

Ole Miss has struggled to get any offense going against TCU rookie pitcher Preston Morrison, who's given up no runs, only three hits and struck out four batters through five innings.

If TCU can hold on, what comes next is a shot to play the winner of host Texas A&M and Dayton, who go head-to-head following the conclusion of the TCU-Ole Miss game.

For updates on the College Station Regional, be sure to check out SB Nation Houston and Dallas.

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