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Kansas State punches ticket to first NCAA Super Regional

Manhattan Regional

Kansas State's bench celebrates after Ross Kivet (7) scored on a wild pitch on an intentional walk in the seventh inning in an NCAA baseball regional game against Arkansas in Manhattan on Sunday night.

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MANHATTAN — Kansas State needed a little help to win the school's first NCAA regional championship.
The Wildcats took advantage of two wild pitches from Arkansas' Jalen Beeks to score two runs and claim a 4-3 victory over the Razorbacks in the title game of the Manhattan regional on Sunday night.
The Wildcats, who won their school-record 44th game and enter the NCAA round of 16 with a 44-17 record, travel to Corvallis, Ore., to take on Oregon State in a best 2-of-3 Super Regional on either Friday or Saturday at Goss Field for the right to advance to the ...

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