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                === Arizona, UCLA reach College World Series ===
 
 Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Arizona swept St. John's to win the Tucson
 super  regional  Saturday, advancing to the  College World Series for the 16th
 time, and UCLA also knocked off TCU to move on.
 
 Konner  Wade  pitched a complete game,  giving up six hits, while Seth Mejias-
 Brean  had three hits and an RBI and Bobby Brown knocked in two with a pair of
 hits to lift Arizona to a 7-4 win over St. John's.
 
 Arizona  had  won the opener  of the best-of-three set,  7-6, in 10 innings on
 Friday.  The Wildcats made  the CWS for the first time since 2004 and were the
 first of eight teams that will make it through the super regionals.
 
 The CWS begins next Friday in Omaha, Nebraska.
 
 UCLA  will be  there, too, after a 4-1  victory over TCU to sweep their set in
 the Los Angeles super regional.
 
 Florida State, after routing Stanford 17-1 on Friday, also could have advanced
 but  the second game  of that series was postponed because of rain. It will be
 played Sunday.
 
 Stony Brook fought off elimination by riding Tyler Johnson's three-hitter to a
 3-1 win in the second game against LSU.
 
 LSU had won the opener 5-4 in a 12th-inning walk-off earlier Saturday to end a
 game  that  was suspended in the  top of the  inning Friday after a 2 1/2-hour
 weather delay.
 
 On  the other  side of the bracket, two-time defending champion South Carolina
 pushed  its  NCAA-record postseason winning streak  to 20 games with a 5-0 win
 over Oklahoma.
 
 No.  1 Florida  beat NC State 7-1  in their first game, Baylor topped Arkansas
 8-1 in that opener and Kent State beat Oregon 7-6.
 
 06/10 02:26:49 ET