West Coast flair at 2019 NAIA Softball World Series

Four teams west of Oklahoma is the most in the history of the World Series format.

Posted: May 21, 2019 7:56 PM
Updated: May 21, 2019 7:56 PM

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12 sports with jake garcia" chasing a championship coverage continues, and we're now just a day away from newswatch 12's arrival in springfield, missouri. as we've hammered home, this is the first time ever that both southern oregon and oregon tech softball have made it to this stage of the season... [g6]chasing a championship oit tues-vo the owls and raiders making up two of the final ten teams standing. here's a look at the bracket. both oregon and oklahoma are the states represented by two teams... the west is also sending vanguard from california... a big difference from last year when sou was the only team west of oklahoma. in the midwest-heavy naia... three teams from the west coast is a big source of pride. stewart says, "to have both of us back there to be two out of the ten teams in the country with over 200 teams in the naia to play softball, it just shows how strong the west coast is in the naia and so i think it's going to be a great championship sou tues-wipe vo the only problem is... this is
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