The CMU baseball team has a chance to clinch its sixth straight RMAC regular season title this weekend in its series against Adams State.
A sweep would wrap up the league for CMU since four more wins would put the Mavs at 26 for the season and out of reach of any team in the RMAC. This would be six straight regular season titles for Mesa who has won the league in 10 out the last 12 seasons. However, when you've got a powerhouse like Mesa, Head Coach Chris Hanks said this is just a part of the bigger picture.
"It'd be great you know, it'd be six in a row, it's something we expect," said Hanks. "It's something we want, it's one of the pieces of the puzzle for the year's goals, but it's not our focus either. We're still focusing on getting better, getting ourselves to a point where we play our best at the very end to win a little bit bigger prize."
That bigger prize would be in Grand Prairie, Texas, the site of this year's DII World Series. The road to that starts with the regional tournament which Mesa hosted the past three seasons.
Right now, Mesa rides a 17 game win streak into the series with Adams State. The Grizzlies lost their last three to Colorado Mines.