The LSU Tigers are flying off to the College World Series in Omaha for the 16th time in school history, following their 11-1 victory over the Oklahoma Sooners in the Super Regionals.

A standing room only crowd at Alex Box Stadium at Skip Bertman Field of 12,153 witnessed the Tigers win their sixth Super Regional title in 10 appearances.

Will LaMarche (3-0) entered the game in the 5th inning after Ryan Eades pitched four effective innings of baseball, only giving up one earned run and three hits. Coach Paul Manieri did not want to risk having Eades on the mound any longer following a 52-minute weather delay.

LaMarche only pitched 1 2/3 innings but, he kept the things in order by not giving up a run and only allowing one hit. That was good enough for him to get the victory.

Oklahoma's Dillon Overton (9-3) allowed seven hits, and gave up three earned runs in the loss.

Junior second baseman Jacoby Jones shined in Saturday's contest. Jones may have finished his career in Baton Rouge by going 4-for-4, which included a solo home run in the top of the 8th inning.

Jones was picked in the third round of the MLB Draft on Friday afternoon by the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Tigers will square off against the UCLA Bruins on Saturday, June 15 or Sunday, June 16th at 2 or 6 p.m. from Omaha.

Coverage will begin 30 minutes prior to the first pitch on 1130 The Tiger!