The Madison College baseball team had just four wins 10 games into the season. On Sunday they defeated Black Hawk College for win number 40 on the season and punched their ticket to the NJCAA Division II College World Series for the second straight season.
The WolfPack are producing at the plate this postseason averaging nearly 10 runs per game in the playoffs. Madison College will leave for Enid, Okla. later this week.
“We’re in a good spot. We’re going in with the mindset of show up and win the first game and see what happens,” said WolfPack head coach Mike Davenport. “We’d love to come back with a National Championship, obviously.”
The WolfPack heads to the World Series on an 11 game winning streak. Madison College has a 40-9 overall record, their most wins in a season since 2015.
“It’d be pretty special. Hasn’t happened in a while. I think we have the possibility of doing it again. So, we’ll see,” said WolfPack sophomore catcher Lucas Trebian, a Madison native about winning a National Championship.
The NJCAA Division II College World Series starts on Saturday May 25 and runs through June 1. For more information, click here.