FILE - In this June 3, 2016, file photo, Washington head coach Lindsay Meggs, left, argues a call with home plate umpire David Savage during an NCAA college baseball regional tournament game against UC Santa Barbara in Nashville, Tenn. On Saturday, the Huskies face Mississippi State in the first-round of the College World Series. It’s the first trip to Omaha in Washington’s history, finally fulfilling the promise of a program that at times has featured great players and great teams, but has never put together a postseason run good enough to find its way to the CWS.
FILE - In this June 3, 2016, file photo, Washington head coach Lindsay Meggs, left, argues a call with home plate umpire David Savage during an NCAA college baseball regional tournament game against UC Santa Barbara in Nashville, Tenn. On Saturday, the Huskies face Mississippi State in the first-round of the College World Series. It’s the first trip to Omaha in Washington’s history, finally fulfilling the promise of a program that at times has featured great players and great teams, but has never put together a postseason run good enough to find its way to the CWS. Mark Humphrey, File AP Photo
FILE - In this June 3, 2016, file photo, Washington head coach Lindsay Meggs, left, argues a call with home plate umpire David Savage during an NCAA college baseball regional tournament game against UC Santa Barbara in Nashville, Tenn. On Saturday, the Huskies face Mississippi State in the first-round of the College World Series. It’s the first trip to Omaha in Washington’s history, finally fulfilling the promise of a program that at times has featured great players and great teams, but has never put together a postseason run good enough to find its way to the CWS. Mark Humphrey, File AP Photo

After years of trying, Washington finally Omaha-bound

June 13, 2018 01:29 PM