CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Derek Fisher emerged from an NCAA tournament slump with two hits and three RBIs and Virginia advanced to the super regionals for the fourth time in five years with an 11-3 victory against Elon on Sunday night.
Fisher, a sophomore, was 0 for 23 in his career in the tournament before he hit a game-tying, two-run single in the third inning. He added an RBI single in the fourth as the Cavaliers (50-10) scored eight times over two innings.
Freshman reliever David Rosenberger (3-0) pitched five brilliant innings in relief after the Cavaliers' big inning. The left-hander allowed just two hits, struck out four and walked none before Austin Young and Josh Sborz worked the ninth.
Elon (34-30) got a two-run homer from Ryan Kinsella in the first and an RBI double from Casey Jones in the third to take a 3-0 lead on the Cavaliers' home field, but had only two baserunners against Rosenberger, both erased by double plays.
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