Yesterday, I said the WSU baseball team needed to win five of their next seven games if they wanted to have a shot at postseason play. They needed a late rally, but were able to take the first game with an 8-6 win over Seattle University.
They have now won their last three games and move to five games over .500 for the first time this season. There may not be a Joe Lunardi of college baseball bracketology, but perfectgame.org does a pretty good job every Tuesday. I'll be very interested if WSU's last three games have vaulted them into consideration for an at large bid. Perfect Game's bracketology is usually released in the afternoon and can be found here. According to the website warrennolan.com, WSU is currently 75th in RPI, so they still likely have ground to makeup if they want to land an at large bid in the 64-team tournament.
I told Coug999 I would remind remind people to vote in the GameDay commercial contest so here is your reminder and link to vote today. The last I checked, WSU was in sixth place, although there were some obvious shenanigans going on with the voting.
Cougars Knock Off Seattle - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
EVERETT, Wash. - Adam Nelubowich blasted a go-ahead home run in the seventh inning and Washington State rallied for an 8-6 victory over Seattle at Everett Memorial Stadium, Monday night.
Cougars Hold off Seattle for 8-6 Win - KHQ Right Now - News and Weather for Spokane and North Idaho |
EVERETT, Wash. – Washington State scored four runs in three different two out situations and held off a late rally in the ninth by Seattle to defeat the Redhawks 8-6 Monday night in a single non-conference game at Everett Memorial Stadium.
Washington State Takes Rivalry Game
Sunny skies, temperature in the high 60’s and an old rivalry. Washington State Cougars and the University of Washington Huskies were matching up on special day for the last game of the season. Washington State would end their season on the better note with a 48-19 win on their home pitch.