Editorís Note: Due to deadline restrictions, the result of Baylorís second elimination game against Northwestern will not appear in todayís edition of the Bulletin. At press time, Baylor trailed 7-0 in the fifth.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) ó Courtney Oberg hit a three-run home run and Ashley Monceaux had three hits as Baylor knocked out Big 12 rival Texas A&M from Womenís College World Series with a 7-4 win Saturday.
Obergís eighth home run of the season off Amanda Scarborough (26-10) highlighted a four-run third inning that broke open the game for the eighth-seeded Bears (51-15).
The fourth-seeded Aggies (46-14) became the second team eliminated, joining Arizona State ó which lost 3-1 to DePaul earlier in the day.
Texas A&Mís Megan Gibson hit a solo home run off Lisa Ferguson (26-8) in the first inning, but Chelsi Lake put the Bears ahead to stay with a two-run double in the bottom of the inning.
Monceaux started Baylorís third-inning rally with a leadoff double before she scored on an error by Scarborough. Obergís drive to left field made it 6-1.
Scarborough gave up six runs, including five earned, on six hits in 2 2/3 innings.
Jamie Hinshaw had a two-run single in the fifth and Macie Morrow added a sacrifice fly in the sixth as the Aggies got within 6-4.
Later Saturday, DePaul (47-12) was eliminated by defending champion Arizona, the No. 1 seed, by a 3-0 count.
In the first game, Sandy Vojik homered and drove in three runs and Tracie Adix threw a five-hitter for DePaul.
Vojik hit a two-run home run off Sun Devils starter Katie Burkhart (35-13) in the fifth inning and added an RBI single in the seventh to give the 14th-seeded Blue Demons a 3-0 lead.
Rhiannon Baca drove in the only run for Arizona State (54-17) with a single in the bottom of the seventh off Adix (22-3). Michelle Smith had two hits and scored for the Sun Devils.
Burkhart gave up six hits and walked one. She had nine strikeouts.
NCAA batting leader Kaitlin Cochran, who was walked in all three plate appearances in Arizona Stateís 2-0 loss to Northwestern in the opening round, was moved to the leadoff spot and went 1-for-3 with a single.