St. John's expects to stay hot

St. John's Danny Bethea (26) rounds the bases

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St. John's Danny Bethea (26) rounds the bases after his his home run in the ninth inning against North Carolina. (June 2, 2012) (Credit: AP)

TUCSON, Ariz. -- St. John's has braved the Florida heat and conquered the North Carolina humidity in its run through the postseason.

Now, to get to the College World Series, the Red Storm just has to win two games on the surface of the sun.

At least it feels that way.

The temperature is expected to top 100 degrees when third-seeded St. John's opens its series against top-seeded...

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