Charlottesville Fans Support UVa Baseball

By: News Email
By: News Email

June 18, 2014

Fans watched the Wahoos at the Wild Wing Café in Charlottesville as the 'Hoos took on TCU in Omaha in the College World series.

Excitement for the program built this year as Brian O'Connor's club held the top ranking in the nation. On Tuesday night, fans were hoping the Cavaliers could stay in the winners' bracket.

"It's been a really special year and to get back to Omaha where Coach O'Connor's from, it's just really cool to see the team and support them all the way here from Charlottesville," said Carter Berry, who watched the game with a group of friends at Wild Wing Cafe.

Around the fourth inning, Berry and friend Henry Kreienbaum were keeping the faith UVa would win.

"We went down at the start but I think we can come back. We've got a good team," said Kreienbaum.

"Always have faith in the team," agreed Berry.

Berry and Kreienbaum were right: UVa beat TCU 3-2 in the 15th inning.

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