FORT WORTH, Texas — Jason Krizan's infield hit in the 10th inning scored Tyler Robbins and gave Dallas Baptist a 3-2 victory over Oklahoma in the Fort Worth Regional on Friday.
Krizan, who had a 39-game hitting streak this season, drove in two runs for Dallas Baptist (40-17), including one on his NCAA single-season record 38th double in the first inning.
Brandon Williamson, who beat the Sooners earlier in the season, battled wildness but was resilient in throwing nine complete innings. The senior right-hander gave up two runs on seven hits. He had seven strikeouts, two walks and hit three batters.
Chris Haney pitched the 10th to pick up the save.
Garrett Buechele and Tyler Ogle each drove in a run for the Sooners (41-18).
Troy blows out Cowboys
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — T.J. Rivera drove in three runs and Troy beat Oklahoma State 9-2 in the opener of the Nashville Regional on Friday.
Tyler Ray gave up two runs and eight hits in 7 2-3 innings. He held the Cowboys scoreless after the third inning and struck out five.
Rivera's two-run, two out double in the top of the eighth followed a three-run triple by Tyler Hannah to help the Trojans win an NCAA tournament game for the first time since 2006.
The Trojans chased Cowboys starter Hunter Herrera in the sixth when Hayden Hillyer singled in the go-ahead run with one out.