Just like they did two nights earlier against Stanford ace Mark Appel, the Seminoles chased Brett Mooneyham early on Sunday night.
Now, the Seminoles are Omaha-bound.
And behind a five-RBI night from Sherman Johnson, along with three crucial double plays in the middle of the game, FSU grabbed an 18-7 win over Stanford to win the Super Regional in two games.
FSU 48-15 will now make its 21st College World Series appearance and opens against Arizona. The Seminoles will open play in the CWS as early as Friday in a pool that includes Arizona, UCLA and Stony Brook.
“It’s a feeling that can’t get old, that’s for sure,” said Devon Travis, who is making his second trip to Omaha. “What an incredible year. Where we started. Maybe a little bit on the outside. The expectations weren’t as high.”