Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) doesn’t just dominate NAIA; besides winning 16 championships over the last 30 or so years, LCSC also has become the host site of the NAIA World Series, and gets a bid to the tournament as host.
But LCSC won’t win it all this year. The Warriors were ousted Monday by Southern Poly (Ga.), losing 9-6 to go 0-2 in the event. The Warriors had won three straight titles, but injuries and suspensions had diminished this year’s team, which finished just 40-15 after losses to Southern Poly and Oklahoma City in the World Series.
Southern Poly got a 5-for-5 day from Jono Waugh and the 11th win of the season from junior righty David Harden, a Mercer transfer.
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