Oregon State was down three runs when a steady mist moved in at TD Ameritrade Park in the eighth inning Wednesday night.
Perfect conditions for a team from the Pacific Northwest.
"Every time we're playing and it starts to rain, everyone looks around and says, 'OK, we're going to come back and do what we do at home,'" OSU shortstop Cadyn Grenier said. "When the rain comes, we know there's a possibility of a storm coming — and that's from us."
The Beavers stormed back all right and knocked North Carolina out of the College World Series with an 11-6 win.
Brett Daniels walked in the go-ahead run after Adley Rutschman tied it with a three-run...