The Oklahoma Sooners clinched their ticket to the 2022 College World Series Finals by defeating the Texas A&M Aggies 5-1 on Wednesday afternoon. Starting pitcher David Sandlin earned the win for the Sooners by pitching seven innings and allowing one earned run while batting out 12 batters.

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At the plate, Oklahoma was led by catcher Jimmy Crooks, who hit a three-run home run in the first inning. Right fielder John Spiekerman landed two hits and center fielder Tanner Treadway added an RBI single to propel the Sooners.

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Oklahoma will be waiting for Arkansas’ winner against Ole Miss Thursday to determine who they play in the final. The Sooners already have one previous College World Series championship held during the 1994 season.

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After the game, Oklahoma head coach Skip Johnson met with the media and discussed the victory. After Johnson, questions were asked by Sandlin and Crookes. Check out everything they had to say below.