staff, June 1, 2014

Stanford scored three runs in the eighth inning, and then three more in the ninth to get past Indiana, 10-7, in a NCAA Regional game at Bart Kaufman Field. The two teams will meet again on Monday at 5:35 p.m. ET in a winner-take-all game to determine the NCAA Bloomington Regional champion.

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Stanford 10, Indiana 7 | RECAP | BOX

Stanford (33-24) came from behind on Sunday to score six runs in the final two innings to get past Indiana (44-14) in Game 6 of the Bloomington Regional at Bart Kaufman Field, 10-7. The Cardinal offense had 14 hits on the night with six of them going for extra bases.

The loss marks the first time all year that Indiana has fell when leading after seven innings. IU is now 39-1 in that scenario.

Kyle Schwarber (2-for-4), Sam Travis (2-for-3) and Scott Donley (2-for-5) all had multi-hit nights. Donley had two RBI as Travis and Schwarber each had one. Casey Rodrigue reached base three times going 1-for-3 with two walks and scored twice.