The Warriors, who finished the regular season 41-12, are now turning their attention to preparations for the Avista NAIA World Series in a little over two weeks. Head coach Gary Picone said the team is focused on two things, one of which is getting healthy.
"We've got some issues still with Tannehill's back, it's still getting better," said Picone. "DeGuire has a hand problem. Bridges played for the first time this weekend so we think he's in pretty good shape. So, trying to get everybody healthy."
The only player Picone said is a long shot to come back from injury is pitcher Carsen Nylund.