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The Minnesota West baseball and softball seasons featured many fine athletes, but lack of depth was always an issue
ST. CLOUD -- A 6-0 loss was followed by a 13-2 victory and the Minnesota West Lady Jays softball team stayed alive Friday in the double-elimination regional tournament.
Otomewo, selected with the No. 165 overall pick, got a four-year, $3.97 million contract with a signing bonus of $309,048 and will count $782,262 on the 2022 cap
WORTHINGTON -- Awaiting the start of regional tournament action, the Minnesota West Community and Technical College softball team lost twice to Anoka-Ramsey in Worthington on Monday, 14-5 in six innings and 8-3 in seven.

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The Minnesota West baseball and softball teams lost doubleheaders on Wednesday, but as the season winds down they continue to impress with their talent
The NCAA set Sunday as the deadline for players to leave their current school and still maintain eligibility at their new destination next season
WORTHINGTON — Julia Schmoker pitched two complete five-inning games and went 4-for-4 with a home run in the second game as the Minnesota West Community and Technical College softball team defeated Ridgewater 12-4 and 22-4 at College Field.
“It was euphoric,” Mafe told local media members. “My phone was sitting on the table and then all of sudden, I got a call."
FERGUS FALLS — The Minnesota West Community and Technical College softball team rolled over host MState-Fergus Falls 14-2 in five innings on Wednesday.
“We are disappointed to move the game indoors,” head coach P.J. Fleck said in a statement.

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Mafe’s career pass-rush win rate on third-and-4-plus for the Gophers was 26 percent, which was ahead of bona fide early first-round picks Hutchinson (24), Thibodeaux (25) and Walker (11).
MINNEAPOLIS — When Chris Autman-Bell was injured in preseason camp last August, the loss of the Gophers’ No. 1 target was a major blow to its passing game to start the season.
Boye Mafe could be first defensive player picked in the first round of the NFL Draft in more than 20 years

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