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Michael Robertson's double lifts Florida over Clemson, into MCWS - ESPN

Florida outlasted Clemson in a wild five-hour game Sunday to complete a two-game sweep of the Tigers in the NCAA super regionals and return to the Men's College World Series.

Michael Robertson, the Gators' No. 9 hitter, sliced a ball into the left-center gap to bring home two runs in the 13th inning and deliver an 11-10 walk-off win. The Gators will join North Carolina, Florida State and Virginia for the MCWS in Omaha, Nebraska, starting Friday.

The other four CWS spots remained open Sunday night. Georgia forced a third and deciding game of its super regional against North Carolina State, bouncing back from a 17-run loss Saturday to beat the Wolfpack 11-2. Evansville played at No. 1 national seed Tennessee in a Game 3 and Oregon was at Texas A&M and Oregon State was at Kentucky in Game 2s.

Florida finally prevailed in its 5-hour, 3-minute game after the Tigers' Cam Cannarella kept it going with a tying homer in the ninth and the defensive play of the tournament in the 10th. Alden Mathes hit a go-ahead home run in the top of the 13th.

The Gators led 9-6 with one out in the ninth when Cannarella came to bat with two runners on. Cannarella launched Brandon Neely's first pitch out to right to tie it.

The next inning, Cannarella made an inning-ending over-the-shoulder basket catch on Ashton Wilson's deep fly to center. Cannarella, who was playing shallow, turned and gave chase and the ball deflected off the heel of his glove into his chest as he left his feet to hit the wall. He was able to hang on to the ball and delay Florida's celebration.

The Gators, the national runners-up last year, had to win their last regular-season series at Georgia to achieve a winning record and qualify as an at-large selection for the tournament.

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