Angelo State baseball got off to another strong start, held off a rally, and the Rams defeated Seton Hill 9-4 to advance to the national semifinals of the Division 2 College World Series in Cary, North Carolina. Angelo State needs one more win to advance to the D2 baseball championship final this weekend. The Rams scored six runs and collected eight hits in the first four innings, but Seton Hill cut the deficit to 6-4 in the sixth inning. ASU put the game away with a three-run eighth inning. Nick Seginowich drove in four runs and Josh Elvir had three RBI, and Carson Childers saved the day again for the Rams. Childers threw 3 1/3 scoreless innings and is the winning pitcher for ASU in both World Series wins. The Rams have won nine games in a row and 20 of their last 21 games. Angelo State will play the winner of Wingate and Seton Hill who play each other this afternoon, and ASU will play their next game Thursday at 1pm.