JACKSONVILLE, FL. (CBS19 SPORTS)--With the bases loaded in extra innings freshman Henry Ford walked it off with a 2 RBI double off the wall to take down Wichita State 5-4 in the Jax College Classic. 

Evan Blanco made the start for the Cavaliers but found trouble early as two hit batters and a catcher's interference loaded the bases. The sophomore righty made up for the tough start as he induced a double play to get Virginia out of the jam. 

After a hitless bottom of the first for Virginia, the Shockers took advantage sending across their first run of the evening. Evan Blanco gave up his first earned run of the year with an RBI double by Dayvin Johnson. Blanco would bounce back though, striking out the side in the top of the third and retiring seven straight batters.

Luke Hanson tied the game at 1-1 with a 2 out RBI single but the Shockers were not phased. Wichita State's Darnell Parker launched one to left field and the solo homer ended the day Evan Blanco just two batters later. Chase Hungate came in relief but after giving up a run over just three batters faced he headed to the dugout. Bryson Moore took over and faced just one batter before the inning was over. 

Trailing by 2 with 2 outs on the board Bobby Whalen singled up the middle to send across Henry Godbout. After a 1-2-3 inning from Moore in the 7th, Virginia sent in Blake Barker on the mound in the eighth with runners on 1st and 2nd, with just 1 out. Barker stranded the pair to keep it a 3-2 ball game heading into yet another rain delay.

After the break Henry Godbout scored on an error to tie it up in the bottom of the 8th. Aidan Teel kept the Shockers off the board in the 8th and 9th to send this one into extra innings. 

In the top of the tenth a solo home run gave Wichita State the 1 run advantage. That advantage was erased and Henry Ford hit a bases loaded 2 RBI double off the wall to walk it off.

The Cavaliers remain undefeated thanks to the thrilling, come from behind victory and will face Iowa State in day two of the Jax College Classic at 4pm.