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ATLANTA (AP) — Bailey Horn pitched six shutout innings and Steven Williams drove in two runs as Auburn beat Georgia Tech 4-1 in the Atlanta regional of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday night.
The teams play again Monday with the winner advancing to the 16-team super regionals.
Horn (4-0) allowed just two hits and one walk with four strikeouts for the second-seeded Tigers (36-35).
Auburn managed seven hits, but stranded eight baserunners against the No. 1 seed Yellow Jackets (43-19).
Williams doubled to drive in two runs in a three-run sixth for the Tigers. Cody Greenhill struck out four over the last three innings for his 11th save.
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