GARY, Ind - The Kent State Golden Flashes baseball team extended the NCAA's longest active win streak to 18 straight on Friday night in Gary, Indiana.
It took over six and half hours and 21 innings to make it happen, but the third seed Flashes beat the second seeded Kentucky Wildcats 7-6. Freshman outfielder Alex Miklos tripled in the game winning run in the top of the 21st inning.
The game was the second longest NCAA tournament baseball game in NCAA history. Texas and Boston College played 25 innings in 2009.
The Flashes will play the regions top seed Purdue on Saturday night at 8PM.
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