BYU Baseball eliminated after game two of WCC tournament

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Colton Shaver runs to first earlier this season. Shaver and the Cougars went 0-2 in the WCC tournament. (Universe Archives)
Colton Shaver runs to first earlier this season. Shaver and the Cougars went 0-2 in the WCC tournament. (Universe Archives)

BYU baseball was eliminated from the West Coast Conference tournament after losing to Pepperdine 7-2 in game two this afternoon at Banner Island Park in Stockton, California.

BYU scored one run in the 3rd inning after Tanner Chauncey singled up the middle to score Bronson Larsen. The Cougars scored only one more time in the 9th frame by a throwing error from Pepperdine’s shortstop to first, scoring Larsen again.

After scoring five runs in the first inning, the waves went on to score two more times, once in the 6th and then again in the 8th inning.

The Cougars finished their regular season 37-17 overall record and 18-9 conference record. They have never won a WCC tournament since entering the conference back in 2012.

BYU baseball still has a shot at making it to the NCAA Regional tournament which begins next week.

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