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After years of trying, Washington baseball finally Omaha-bound

When Lindsay Meggs arrived at Washington nine years ago, he proclaimed that he wanted the Huskies to become an “Omaha program,” worthy of being in the College World Series mix on a regular basis. It’s finally happened, and maybe in the most unlikely of seasons.

Huskies advance to super regionals for first time

Washington is headed to its first NCAA Tournament super regional after AJ Graffanino doubled in three runs to break a 6-6 tie in the eighth inning and rally past Connecticut 9-6 on Sunday night.

John Blanchette: Zags take stellar pitching, suddenly explosive bats to Minneapolis

With 700 miles to travel, it took until Monday morning for the thunder – OK, the very, very loud pings – from Gonzaga’s bats heard over the weekend in California to resound in Spokane. Still pretty loud, though – until being drowned out by an explosion of cheers from the Bulldogs themselves when their name went up at last near the end of ESPNU’s NCAA baseball selection show.