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Arizona left fielder Johnny Field tracks and catches (Credit: AP )

Arizona left fielder Johnny Field tracks and catches a fly ball hit by South Carolina's Grayson Greiner in the third inning of Game 2 of the NCAA College World Series baseball finals. (June 25, 2012)

College World Series

Arizona won the College World Series against South Carolina in Game 2, 4-1.

Robert Refsnyder #2 of the Arizona Wildcats celebrates
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Robert Refsnyder #2 of the Arizona Wildcats celebrates his run for a 2-1 lead in front of Matt Price #22 and Grayson Greiner #21 of the South Carolina Gamecocks in the ninth inning during game 2 of the College World Series. (June 25, 2012)

Robert Refsnyder #2 of the Arizona Wildcats celebrates
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Robert Refsnyder #2 of the Arizona Wildcats celebrates his run for a 2-1 lead over the South Carolina Gamecocks in the ninth inning during game 2 of the College World Series. (June 25, 2012)

Arizona's Robert Refsnyder, left, celebrates after scoring against
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Arizona's Robert Refsnyder, left, celebrates after scoring against South Carolina on a double by Brandon Dixon in the ninth inning of Game 2 of the NCAA College World Series baseball finals. (June 25, 2012)

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Arizona's Robert Refsnyder (2) celebrates with Konner Wade
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Arizona's Robert Refsnyder (2) celebrates with Konner Wade (48) after scoring the go-ahead run against South Carolina on a double by Brandon Dixon in the ninth inning of Game 2 of the NCAA College World Series. (June 25, 2012)

Robert Refsnyder #2 of the Arizona Wildcats celebrates
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Robert Refsnyder #2 of the Arizona Wildcats celebrates his run for a 2-1 lead over the South Carolina Gamecocks with Konner Wade #48 and Johnny Field #1 in the ninth inning during game 2 of the College World Series. (June 25, 2012)

Arizona's Robert Refsnyder (2) celebrates with Konner Wade
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Arizona's Robert Refsnyder (2) celebrates with Konner Wade (48) after scoring the go-ahead run against South Carolina on a double by Brandon Dixon in the ninth inning of Game 2 of the NCAA College World Series baseball finals. (June 25, 2012)

Arizona left fielder Johnny Field tracks and catches
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Arizona left fielder Johnny Field tracks and catches a fly ball hit by South Carolina's Grayson Greiner in the third inning of Game 2 of the NCAA College World Series baseball finals. (June 25, 2012)

Arizona pitcher Konner Wade throws to first base
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Arizona pitcher Konner Wade throws to first base on a pickoff-attempt against South Carolina in the first inning of Game 1 of the NCAA College World Series best-of-three baseball finals. (June 24, 2012)

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F-16's fly over TD Ameritrade Park before South
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F-16's fly over TD Ameritrade Park before South Carolina plays against Arizona in Game 1 of the NCAA College World Series best-of-three baseball finals. (June 24, 2012)

Arizona players, including Mathew Troupe (44), Lucas Long
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Arizona players, including Mathew Troupe (44), Lucas Long (23) and Augey Bill (33), celebrate after Robert Refsnyder hit a two-run home run against South Carolina in the first inning of Game 1 of the NCAA College World Series baseball finals. (June 24, 2012)

Arizona's Robert Refsnyder, left, celebrates at the dugout
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Arizona's Robert Refsnyder, left, celebrates at the dugout with teammates after he hit a two-run home run against South Carolina in the first inning of Game 1 of the NCAA College World Series baseball finals. (June 24, 2012)

South Carolina starting pitcher Forrest Koumas delivers against
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South Carolina starting pitcher Forrest Koumas delivers against Arizona in the first inning of Game 1 of the NCAA College World Series. (June 24, 2012)

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