San Diego State is internet hosting the 2022 Mountain West Baseball Championship, starting Thursday afternoon at Tony Gwynn Stadium.
After 30 video games of convention play, UNLV, Nevada, San José State and Air Power clinched spots within the four-team, double-elimination match, being held on at SDSU for the fifth time within the league’s 23-year historical past – the final time in 2018.
On Thursday, No. 2 seed Nevada (28-24, 18-12 MW) battles No. 3 seed San José State (28-27, 16-14 MW) within the match opener at 1:30 p.m.
Common-season convention champion and No. 1 seed UNLV (36-20, 21-9 MW) squares off towards fourth-seeded Air Power (27-27, 15-15) at 6 p.m. Air Power’s lineup options the MW’s Participant of the 12 months – an award named after Tony Gwynn – infielder Sam Kulasingam, and Pitcher of the 12 months, Paul Skenes.
Common admission and single-game tickets can be found, beginning at $12, whereas all-session passes value $40. Video games proceed via Saturday, with a attainable Sunday sport if essential.
The winner of the MW championship wins the league’s automated berth for NCAA regional competitors, set to start June 3.
San Diego State’s baseball staff, which completed at 18-38 with 10 wins in MW play, just isn’t part of the match.
Nonetheless, Aztecs did garner a few of the convention’s high awards, introduced Friday. The honors embody Pitcher of the 12 months, which Troy Melton shared with Skenes, and Freshman of the 12 months, outfielder Irvin Weems, an award shared with Santino Panaro of UNLV.
As well as, Melton and infielder Cole Carrigg made the all-MW first staff.