Controversial Luke Heimlich defeats Minnesota in NCAA super regional

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Controversial Luke Heimlich defeats Minnesota in NCAA super regional
CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Controversial Oregon State pitcher Luke Heimlich worked 8 2/3 innings to add to his school-record single-season win total Friday, two days after he was shunned for the second straight year in Major League Baseball's amateur draft. "I've got more games to play here," Heimlich said. "They're not taking the jersey off my back yet." He allowed an earned run on seven hits and struck out nine, throwing 124 pitches to improve to 16-1. His 151 strikeouts this year extended his school-record mark. Heimlich, 22, pleaded guilty as a 15-year-old to a felony charge of child molestation of an underage relative. He has since asserted his innocence in multiple interviews and avoided questions Friday about the draft after the Beavers' 8-1 win over Minnesota to open NCAA super regional play. Oregon State, seeded No. 3 nationally, needs one win over the Golden Gophers Saturday or Sunday to earn a repeat trip to the College World Series, which opens June 16 in... 
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