Senay’s second hit brought in the go-ahead run as the top-seeded Wolfpack (43-18) rallied from a 7-3 deficit to reach the super regionals for the first time since 2008.
N.C. State reliever Ryan Wilkins (5-2) earned the win by holding Vanderbilt to three hits in 4 2-3 scoreless innings.
It was a reversal from the first two meetings between the teams in the regional. Vanderbilt rallied from a five-run deficit for a 9-8 win on a walk-off single Saturday, then rallied from a 5-1 deficit in Sunday’s game before falling 6-5.
BAYLOR 8, DALLAS BAPTIST 2
WACO, Texas — Reliever Dillon Newman allowed only an infield hit in five shutout innings and Jake Miller drove in three runs as Baylor beat Dallas Baptist to win the Waco Regional and clinch a super regional host spot.
Baylor (48-15) will host Arkansas (42-19), winner of the Houston Regional, beginning later this week at Baylor Ballpark. It marks the Bears’ first super regional appearance since 2005, when they beat Clemson in Waco and advanced to the College World Series.
OKLAHOMA 5, APPALACHIAN ST. 2
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Drew Harrison pitched six innings in his first career start and Jack Mayfield drove in three runs to help Oklahoma beat Appalachian State to win the Charlottesville Regional.
Harrison (1-0), a first baseman converted to a pitcher this year, had worked only 9 1-3 innings this season. He allowed just three hits and two runs, struck out four and walked three.
Oklahoma beat Appalachian State, 14-6, earlier in the day.
TCU 7, MISSISSIPPI 4
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Second-seeded TCU defeated third-seeded Mississippi to advance to a super regional against UCLA.
The Horned Frogs won four consecutive games in the College Station regional, including two straight against the Rebels, after dropping their opener against Mississippi on Friday.
STONY BROOK 10, UCF 6
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — Willie Carmona had four hits including a home run and drove in three to lead fourth-seed Stony Brook to its first regional title with a win over UCF.
Stony Brook (50-12) received a valiant effort from Tyler Johnson (11-1), who was pitching on two days rest. Johnson allowed four runs in 6 1-3 innings while throwing 119 pitches.