2014 WAC Baseball Tournament Bracket
DENVER--The WAC's regular season concluded Sunday and the seeds are now set for the upcoming WAC Baseball Tournament in Mesa, Ariz.
The tournament, which takes place at Cubs Park May 21-24/25 in Mesa, Arizona, will feature the league's top six teams from the regular season.
Sacramento State earned the tournament's top seed and will received a bye into the second day of competition. Texas-Pan American will be the No. 2 seed and will also receive a bye into the tournament's second day.
Utah Valley is the No. 3 seed, followed by Bakersfield (No. 4), Seattle U (No. 5) and New Mexico State (No. 6).
The tournament will begin on Wednesday, May 21 with No. 4 Bakersfield taking on No. 5 Seattle U at 3 p.m. (PT). No. 3 Utah Valley will play No. 6 New Mexico State in the nightcap Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Texas-Pan American 7, Northern Colorado 2
GREELEY, Colo. – (UTPA Media Relations) The University of Texas-Pan American Broncs baseball team beat the University of Northern Colorado Bears 7-2 on Sunday at Jackson Field to complete the three-game sweep and clinch the No. 2 seed and a first round bye in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament.
Winners of eight of their last nine games, the Broncs (27-28, 17-10 WAC) will open the WAC Tournament on Thursday at 5 p.m. at Cubs Park in Mesa, Ariz. Their opponent will be the highest seed from the winners of Wednesday's opening round games between No. 4 Bakersfield and No. 5 Seattle U and No. 3 Utah Valley and No. 6 New Mexico State.
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Grand Canyon 9, Utah Valley 5
Pheonix, Ariz.-(GCU Media Relations) The Grand Canyon University baseball team (30-21, 19-8 WAC) ended their return to the Western Athletic Conference with a 9-5 series clinching victory over visiting Utah Valley (25-28, 16-11 WAC) today at Brazell Stadium in Phoenix. The win handed the Antelopes their eighth series win in nine tries this season.
After being picked to finish fifth in the preseason conference standings, the Lopes took home second, just two games behind regular season champion Sacramento State.
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