Conference preview: WAC

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Thursday, February 13, 2014



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The annual Perfect Game College Baseball preview continues with conference previews for each conference around the country. The preview is in-depth and includes predicted order of finish, a preseason all-conference squad, prospect rankings for the 2014, '15 and '16 classes, as well as team-by-team inside scoop as each prepares for the upcoming campaign.



PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH


Overall/conference won-loss records from 2013 indicated
* Projected conference automatic bid


No. Team W L W L
1 Sacramento State* 14 13 34 25
2 Cal State Bakersfield 18 9 37 22
3 New Mexico State 13 14 29 28
4 Grand Canyon X X 40 19
5 Utah Valley X X 24 30
6 Seattle 10 16 21 33
7 Texas-Pan American X X 28 30
8 Northern Colorado X X 33 24
9 North Dakota X X 25 22
10 Chicago State X X 10 45



PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM



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