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Stanford University's Tommy Edman (11) dives back to first base as Indiana University's Sam Travis (6) concentrates on the throw from pitcher Luke Harrison (28)

Stanford rallies to beat Indiana in NCAA regional

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Tommy Edman hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth to lift Stanford to a 5-4 win over Indiana in the championship game of the NCAA's Bloomington Regional.

Stanford (34-24) play at Vanderbilt in the super regional.

Wayne Taylor started the ninth with a single through the middle and moved to second on Brett Michael Doran's bunt before Edman's blast.

Indiana's Nick Ramos broke a 3-3 tie with an infield single in the top of the eighth. Craig Dedelow had three hits, including an RBI single for the Hoosiers (44-15). Kyle Schwarber hit a two-run homer in the third.

Stanford answered with run-scoring singles by Alex Blandino and Zach Hoffpauir in the bottom of the third. Dominic Jose tied the game with a solo homer in the sixth.

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