East Carolina enters the Conference USA baseball tournament as the No. 6 seed, and while ECU coach Billy Godwin admitted Monday that he and his players are not pleased with that, he added that it shows the parity at the top of the league.
A regular season tie with Houston ended up costing the Pirates, as they finished with a 13-10-1 league record while the three teams ahead of them went 14-10. One of those clubs — Tulane — is ECU’s first opponent in the C-USA tourney, which guarantees each team at least three games because of its pod format.
Today’s first pitch in Pearl, Miss., is scheduled for 8 p.m. (EST).
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