Sacramento State baseball coach Reggie Christiansen is hoping his Hornets, currently sixth in the Western Athletic Conference, can at least hold onto their spot in the standings and reach the WAC Tournament, which starts May 24. The top six teams in the conference make the tourney, with the winner advancing to the NCAA Division I Tournament.
Sacramento State baseball coach Reggie Christiansen is hoping his Hornets, currently sixth in the Western Athletic Conference, can at least hold onto their spot in the standings and reach the WAC Tournament, which starts May 24. The top six teams in the conference make the tourney, with the winner advancing to the NCAA Division I Tournament. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Sacramento State baseball coach Reggie Christiansen is hoping his Hornets, currently sixth in the Western Athletic Conference, can at least hold onto their spot in the standings and reach the WAC Tournament, which starts May 24. The top six teams in the conference make the tourney, with the winner advancing to the NCAA Division I Tournament. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

Sacramento State baseball seeks consistency in home stretch of season

April 25, 2017 3:31 PM

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