Grand Canyon took two of three games from Sacramento State over the weekend to win the regular-season title. Now it’s time for the conference tournament that begins Wednesday in Mesa, Ariz., and the Hornets, seeded fourth, need to win this tournament to get back into the NCAA tournament and keep the momentum going toward becoming the college baseball kingpin of Northern California.
Grand Canyon took two of three games from Sacramento State over the weekend to win the regular-season title. Now it’s time for the conference tournament that begins Wednesday in Mesa, Ariz., and the Hornets, seeded fourth, need to win this tournament to get back into the NCAA tournament and keep the momentum going toward becoming the college baseball kingpin of Northern California. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Grand Canyon took two of three games from Sacramento State over the weekend to win the regular-season title. Now it’s time for the conference tournament that begins Wednesday in Mesa, Ariz., and the Hornets, seeded fourth, need to win this tournament to get back into the NCAA tournament and keep the momentum going toward becoming the college baseball kingpin of Northern California. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
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Andy Furillo has been a reporter with The Sacramento Bee since 1991. He covered mostly crime and punishment until April 2015, when he began writing a sports column. He believes art inspires in many forms: a Jerry Garcia guitar solo, Van Gogh's "Starry Night," and Madison Bumgarner's five innings of masterpiece relief in Game 7 of the 2014 World Series. Sport is art, and sport is fun, and it is filled with interesting people. Furillo hopes to bring out the best of it all. Contact Andy Furillo at afurillo@sacbee.com or 916-321-1141. Twitter: @andyfurillo