Vanderbilt’s Kumar Rocker throws 19-strikeout no-hitter vs. Duke in NCAA super regionals




Kumar Rocker appeared similar to the calmest man on the sphere after he did one factor historic Saturday night. He hid his emotions successfully.

The Vanderbilt freshman right-hander was stone-faced after ending a 19-strikeout no-hitter in direction of Duke in an NCAA super regional elimination recreation in Nashville. It was the first no-no in the historic previous of the super regionals, the (Nashville) Tennessean reported.

Two innings earlier, the Tennessean well-known, he yelled in direction of the Duke dugout after the Blue Devils tried to disrupt Rocker’s rhythm, very like one factor LSU tried in the SEC Tournament.

“I guess Duke caught on and they tried it,” Rocker knowledgeable the Tennessean. “And I don’t mind because it backfired.”

Rocker’s 131-pitch effectivity saved the Commodores alive in the best-of-three assortment. The schools will meet Sunday with a go to to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb., on the highway.




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