The Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball team fell to the University of Michigan 15-3, as their historic season came to an end at the 2019 College World Series.
The Red Raiders were among the final four teams in the country for the first time in program history before fallen to the Wolverines at TD Ameritrade Park.
The Red Raiders (46-20) struggled from the mound as Texas Tech walked 12 Michigan batters on the afternoon.
The Wolverines (49-20) scored runs in the first four innings marking the first team to reach the milestone in the CWS since 2010.
Texas Tech fought hard throughout the night as the lead off hitter reached base in six out of the nine innings but was not able to capitalize as the Red Raiders left eight stranded on base on the night.
The defeat ends the Red Raiders season, in which they won their third Big 12 Championship in four years, while advancing to the Omaha for the fourth time in six years.
Micah Dallas (7-2) recorded only his second lost of the season fot Tech as Karl Kauffman earned the victory for the Wolverines.
The College World Series Championship series will begin Monday as the Wolverines will meet Vanderbilt or Louisville for a chance at the national title.