Los Angeles, CA (WSET/Liberty Flames Athletics) — San Diego State overcame an early 2-0 deficit, rallying to defeat Liberty 6-3 in the Los Angeles Regional final on Sunday at Easton Stadium.
With the win, its sixth in a row, SDSU (38-15) advances to its first-ever Super Regional in program history.
The Aztecs were making their seventh all-time appearance in a Regional final, including third in a row. San Diego State will compete at the Salt Lake City Super Regional against No. 15 national seed Utah.
The Lady Flames (40-22) were competing in their third Regional final all-time after eliminating No. 2 UCLA and Grand Canyon yesterday.
Liberty ends its season with 40 wins, one of six NCAA Division I softball teams with 40 or more wins every full season since 2017 (also Florida State, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Tennessee and UCLA.