2012 NCAA Baseball Super Regionals, LSU Vs. Stony Brook: Rain Delays Wild Game

Rain has delayed one of the crazier games of the college baseball season. Heading to the 12th inning, Stony Brook and LSU are tied at four. The Tigers have overcome a one-run deficit in the ninth, 10th and 11th innings.

Stony Brook opened the scoring in the top of the second, when outfielder Sal Intagliata hit a two-run home run to give the Seawolves a 2-0 lead. There wasn't any more scoring until the seventh inning, when LSU catcher Ty Ross drove in a run with a groundout.

Stony Brook entered the bottom of the ninth looking for a series lead, but LSU second baseman JaCoby Jones led off with a solo home run to tie the game. In the 10th, Stony Brook re-took the lead with a solo homer from outfielder Steven Goldstein. The Seawolves were one out away from a win when LSU first baseman Tyler Moore hit a solo homer to tie the game again.

In the 11th, Stony Brook took a 4-3 lead when Kevin Krause brought a run home on a sac fly with one out. But LSU led off the bottom frame with a solo homer from Mason Katz to again tie the game before the rain came.

For more on the LSU Tigers, check out And The Valley Shook, and for more on this Super Regional series, stay tuned to this StoryStream.

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