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    Default Minneapolis Regional - Gonzaga

    #1 Minnesota vs. #4 Canisius

    #3 Gonzaga vs. #2 UCLA

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    Last edited by TerpZag; 05-28-2018 at 11:22 AM.

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    Be thankful the Zags weren't sent to Texas. We're entering a stretch of 10 straight days of 100 degree temps. Saturday is forecast to have a high of 107.

    Idiotic Texas Rangers had two afternoon games this past weekend. Temps in the mid to hi 90s, no wind, no clouds.

    Seems like we went straight from the end of winter into summer, with a spring that lasted less than two weeks. A month ago, we were still in the 40s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasZagFan View Post
    Be thankful the Zags weren't sent to Texas. We're entering a stretch of 10 straight days of 100 degree temps. Saturday is forecast to have a high of 107.

    Idiotic Texas Rangers had two afternoon games this past weekend. Temps in the mid to hi 90s, no wind, no clouds.

    Seems like we went straight from the end of winter into summer, with a spring that lasted less than two weeks. A month ago, we were still in the 40s.
    Use Celsius and it will be OK again! LOL
    It's not funny.

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    Start out with UCLA

    https://twitter.com/GonzagaBaseball/...927386624?s=19

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    Baseball Faces UCLA in Minneapolis Regional

    Gonzaga drew a No. 3 seed in the region


    May 28, 2018

    http://www.gozags.com/collegesportslive/?media=575745

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    SPOKANE, Wash. — Gonzaga baseball earned a No. 3 regional seed and will take on second-seeded UCLA in the Minneapolis Regional, hosted by No. 14 overall national seed Minnesota on June 1-4.

    Gonzaga (32-22) and UCLA (36-19) will throw out the first pitch at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT at Seibert Field on Friday on ESPNU, followed by (1) Minnesota (41-13 and (4) Canisius (35-20) at 7 p.m. CT.

    The Zags earned the West Coast Conference automatic qualifying bid after winning the WCC Tournament Championship on Saturday with a 17-2 rout of Pepperdine. GU will play in a regional for the second time in the last three years and third time overall under head coach Mark Machtolf.


    “We are excited about our draw, we thought we might be out in Minnesota,” Machtolf said. “UCLA has a great program, great team, and we are excited to get out of the west and have a go at it.”

    The four-team, double elimination regional bracket will feature two games each day with an if-necessary seventh game on Monday. All NCAA Tournament games will be shown on the ESPN family of networks.

    Schedule (all times Pacific Time)
    Friday, June 1


    11 a.m. - Game One: (2) UCLA vs. (3) Gonzaga
    5 p.m. - Game Two: (1) Minnesota vs. (4) Canisius

    Saturday, June 2

    TBD - Game Three: Loser of Game One vs. Loser of Game Two (Elimination Game)
    TBD - Game Four: Winner of Game One vs. Winner of Game Two

    Sunday, June 3

    TBD - Game Five: Winner of Game Three vs. Loser of Game Four (Elimination Game)
    TBD - Game Six: Winner of Game Five vs. Winner of Game Four (Championship Game)

    Monday, June 4

    TBD - Game Seven (if necessary): If Winner of Game Five wins Game Six vs. Winner of Game Four

    Tuesday, May 29 at 12 p.m. Noon, all-session passes will go on sale to the general public. On Thursday, May 31 at 9 a.m., single session tickets will be released to the general public. To purchase tickets, click here: z.umn.edu/MBAPostSeason2018.

    All-session tickets can be purchased at a cost of $90 for a reserved stadium seat, $60 for an adult reserved bench seat, or $50 for a student, youth, or senior bench seats. Single-game tickets will be priced at $20 for remaining stadium seats while bench seats will be $12 for adults and $10 for students, youth, and seniors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerpZag View Post
    Thank You for providing us with this GREAT information! It will help me and others keep up with GU...

    I find it so very sad that students have to pay to go watch their teams play a sport...times sure have changed...

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    Which one-bid league has the best chance at representation in Super Regionals?


    Of the 19 one-bid leagues included in the 2018 DI championship, the three representatives that instantly stick out are Cal State Fullerton (Big West), Gonzaga (West Coast) and San Diego State (Mountain West). The Titans boast plenty of recent postseason success and experience, reaching the CWS in two of the past three years. The Bulldogs are one of the more interesting teams in the tournament and outscored their opponents 34-5 in three games of the WCC tournament, including a 17-2 victory in the final against No. 1 seed Pepperdine. The Aztecs won 39 games this season and rank in the top 10 in team batting average (.305) and hits (623).

    NCAA baseball tournament: 9 storylines to follow as the road to the College World Series begins

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    When in Minnesota... watch Zag alum @tolson_13 pitch for the @Indians! #ProZag



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    I am not getting them on ESPNU or anywhere else....it is 1145....according to the into here the game was to start at 11....is anyone getting the game ?....I am on Charter and in Wenatchee...

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    It is on ESPN3.
    Zags up 4-2
    Middle of 8th

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    4-2 Zags up
    Top of 8th
    Go Zags!

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    Well that is a bummer, but at least it is not a one and done.....

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    Baseball Drops Heartbreaker vs. UCLA, 6-5

    Bies went 7.2 innings with nine strikeouts


    June 1, 2018

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    SPOKANE, Wash. — Third-seeded Gonzaga baseball fell 6-5 after a four-run ninth by second-seeded UCLA on Friday in the NCAA Minneapolis Regional in Minneapolis, Minn.

    GU (32-23) led 5-2 heading to the ninth, but wasn’t able to hold on as the Bruins (37-19) scored four runs on four hits to stun the Zags.

    “That was a heartbreaking loss,” head coach Mark Machtolf said. “I thought Daniel [Bies] pitched really well, and we battled. We need to get past this one and be ready to go tomorrow.”

    Starter Daniel Bies spun a fantastic game on the mound, going 7.2 innings and giving up just two runs on five hits with nine strikeouts and two walks. Casey Legumina entered in the eighth to end the frame and then wasn’t able to keep the Bruins off the board in the ninth.

    At the plate, Branson Trube was 2-for-2, scored three times and knocked home a run. Austin Pinorini reached three times with one hit and two walks, scoring once and driving in a run.

    GU got on the board with a pair of early runs in the second inning to take a 2-0 lead. Nick Brooks hit a double off the wall in right field and Jack Machtolf followed with a hard-hit sacrifice fly to plate the second run.

    The Zags followed with another in the third and one more in the sixth, both coming on sacrifice flies. In the third, Trube picked up the RBI, and then Jake Vieth knocked home a run with a flyout in the sixth.

    UCLA battled back with two runs in the bottom of the sixth, getting four hits in the inning of off Bies. The Zag starter pitched out of the jam, getting a strikeout to leave two Bruins stranded.

    GU then got to the UCLA bullpen in the top of the eighth, getting one more run in the frame. After starter Jake Bird got the first two outs, GU put the next three on with two walks and hit. Trube then came home on a wild pitch to push the score to 5-2.

    In the bottom of the ninth, the first two batters reached for UCLA and after an out, the Bruins got three straight hits and a sacrifice fly to score four runs.

    Gonzaga will be back on the field on Saturday at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT against the loser of Friday night’s Minnesota/Canisius match-up. Links to live coverage will be available on GoZags.com.

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    coach said it all

    “That was a heartbreaking loss,” head coach Mark Machtolf said. “I thought Daniel [Bies] pitched really well, and we battled. We need to get past this one and be ready to go tomorrow.”
    put on the rally caps

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    Zags game has started...

    Gonzaga leads Canisius 2-0 after their half of the 1st inning...


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