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Baseball team gears up for 2017 season

Photo by David Roura The 2016 baseball season was a huge success as the Wolverines won the Western Athletic Conference Tournament, and with it a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Despite many new faces, this year’s team looks to reload and prove that it is a legitimate contender to repeat for the conference championship. One of the first things that jumps out about this ball club is the youth and number of new personnel. Of the 34 players on the roster, 17 are newcomers, including 10 true freshmen. The other seven new arrivals are junior college transfers. The incoming...

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Baseball: UVU drops home finale 4-2 to UTRGV

OREM, Utah— Craig Brinkerhoff’s towering, solo home run to left field in the eighth inning came too little too late as the UVU baseball team failed to sweep the UTRGV Vaqueros with a 4-2 loss at Brent Brown Ballpark Sunday afternoon. Despite the loss, the Wolverines remain tied for third in the WAC standings because of a 4-3 loss by Sacramento State to Grand Canyon. “I just felt like we kind of got out-willed today,” said UVU coach Eric Madsen. “It’s always tough to sweep somebody … We just didn’t have the right mindset at the beginning of it...

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Baseball: Brinkerhoff lifts UVU with walk-off, three-run homer

OREM, Utah—The UVU baseball team won in walk-off fashion Saturday night by a final of 11-8 when Craig Brinkerhoff hit a three-run home run with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning. The Wolverines fought through rough weather conditions the entire night and clinched the series win against the Northern Colorado Bears. The Wolverines improved to 18-14 on the season and 5-3 in WAC play. The Wolverines jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the first when Stone Ramsey hit an RBI triple in the right center gap that scored lead off hitter Trevor Howell. Ramsey...

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Baseball: UVU scores five in the fourth inning to even series with Portland

OREM, Utah—Patrick Wolfe got the start and the win for the Wolverines Friday as UVU evened the series with Portland 1-1 with a 6-4 victory. UVU scored five runs in a strong fourth inning and avoided a couple of sticky situations to get the win. Portland got their first hit of the night in the top of the second with a Cooper Hummel single to left center, but UVU turned the double play to end the inning. The Wolverines responded in the bottom frame with a Spencer Gothberg single but Gothberg was caught stealing second and the next two...

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