Virginia eyes back-to-back Omaha trips
It’s safe to say Virginia hasn’t deviated from its plan at the start of the season.
The Cavaliers entered the season a top-five club and have put together a campaign to date impressive enough to be the No. 1 team entering super regional action.
The Cavaliers had some tense moments against St. John’s in last week’s Charlottesville Regional. But that showdown is over, and it’s time to focus on Oklahoma.
The Sooners, meanwhile, played a fantastic brand of baseball at the Norman Regional last weekend and would love nothing more than to knock off the heavily favored Cavaliers on the road this weekend.
Oklahoma is a hard-nosed club that could give the Cavaliers some headaches. However, Virginia has a plethora of experience and a loose attitude so common with teams aiming for national titles.
The Charlottesville Super Regional will be competitive, but Virginia will meet expectations by returning to the College World Series.
The national title, though, is the ultimate goal with this team.