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It is true WSU is No. 45 in the RPI, which puts them in the NCAA at-large picture. It also true the Shockers will need to win at least five of their final seven, and more likely six or all seven, to stay in that conversation. The Shockers haven’t displayed that kind of consistent ability to win often this season. They won five in a row in February, four in a row twice in March and once in April.
It’s all there for WSU, if it can play its best baseball over the next week.
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