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Recap to follow.
The lineup for Boise State looks similar to what we saw down the stretch of the season:
Be sure to check back for a game recap and information on who Boise State will take on later tonight in an elimination game.
Fresno State and Louisiana Tech will take the field at 4:35 (PT), and the Broncos get the winner of that game immediately after.
The Broncos are sporting a new look: Blue jerseys, blue pants and orange socks. The Aggies are going with white-crimson-white.
This, of course, a rematch of the regular season finale which decided the conference champion. Boise State entered the series in Las Cruces alone in first place by a game. New Mexico State used two one-run wins and a run-rule win to sweep the series and finish in first place by itself.
Boise State is out to change history in this one. Each year this series has been dominated by one team. The Aggies swept the three-game series in 2009. The Broncos took all three regular-season meetings in 2010 and the WAC Tournament opener from New Mexico State.
The winner advances to the championship game tomorrow. The loser plays an elimination game tonight.
Fresno State took down Hawai'i 2-1, to send the Rainbow Wahine home.
Louisiana Tech turned to Meghan Kreig again in the nightcap against Utah State. The Lady Techsters stayed alive with a 4-1 win. Krieg pitched another complete game and has thrown 26.2 innings, allowing 3 earned runs in the tournament thus far.
The winner of the Bronco-Aggie game will advance to the championship game Saturday. The loser will play an elimination game against the winner of Friday's rematch between Fresno State and Louisiana Tech, Friday night at 7 p.m (PT).
Winning pitcher: Lela Work (5-6), 9 IP, 6 H, 0 R, 9 K, 0 BB
Devon Bridges (Boise State): 3-for-3, HR, 2 RBI, 3 BB
Check back soon for a recap.
...Extras it is.
Lela Work comes in the game to pitch the fifth inning. Still tied 2-2 with 9-1-2 due up for Boise State in the bottom of the fifth.
Boise State will send Allie Crump to the circle, while Meghan Krieg gets the start for Louisiana Tech. Krieg was the winner yesterday against Fresno State, tossing a shutout.
Hawai'i falls into a loser-out game few would have suspected at the beginning of the season. No. 3 Fresno State, which lost 2-0 last night to the Lady Techsters, will take on the Rainbow Wahine at 4:30 (PT) this afternoon. The host or the defending champion will be eliminated today, but the regular-season champion moves on with another one-run win.
Boise State is warming up in the batting cages on the third base side. Louisiana Tech is taking in the game on the first base side with a few Lady Techsters getting some practice swings in.
The Broncos are dressed in the White-Blue-Orange combination. Louisiana Tech is going with the all-gray uniforms and blue socks.
Swedberg's home run carried just over the fence in right center where Hawai'i centerfielder Kelly Majam crashed into the wall, eventually tumbling over, but could not make the play.
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