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Lewis-Clark State College earns No. 5 seed in Avista NAIA World Series

Courtesy: LCSC Athletics Courtesy: LCSC Athletics

By LCSC Athletics

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The LCSC baseball now knows its path to a third-consecutive title and 19th overall National Championship.
 
The Warriors were named the No. 5 Seed in the 10-team 2017 Avista NAIA Baseball World Series. They will play No. 4 Keiser at 7 p.m. on Friday May 26.
 
LCSC finished the regular season with an overall record of 35-13. The Seahawks, who won the Kingsport Opening Round Bracket, went 3-1 as the No. 1 seed, defeating IU Southeast 9-6 in the if necessary game Thursday.
 
With a win in Friday's opener, the Warriors would then play on Monday May 29 at 6:30 p.m. against one of the three teams including No. 9 Seed William Carey, No. 8 Seed Hope International and overall No. 1 Seed Oklahoma City. A loss puts them in the losers' bracket on Saturday against William Carey or Hope International.
 
The opening game of the World Series is No. 10 The Master's University and No. 7 Science and Arts at 8:30 a.m. on Friday.
 
For more information on the World Series, including tickets and special promotions, visit www.naiaworldseries.com.
 
2017 World Series Bracket

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