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.