PITTSBURGH - Most college baseball programs are done for the season, but not the Pioneers of Point Park University.
The Pioneers (51-9) are set to play in the 56th Annual NAIA World Series in Lewiston, Idaho.
Point Park will open the tournament against the College of Idaho (41-19) on May 25.
Point Park features a solid pitching staff that is ranked seventh nationally with a 2.96 team ERA.
Offensively, the Pioneers are ranked 17th in the country, scoring 7.4 runs a game.
The Pioneers will be making their eleventh trip to the NAIA World Series. Point Park's last trip to World Series came 14 years ago.
All time the Pioneers are 1,156-626-9.
The other teams in the World Series are LSU-Shreveport, Lee (Tenn.), Oklahoma City, Tennessee Wesleyan, Embry Riddle (Fla.), Lewis-Clark St. (Idaho), S. Carolina-Beaufort, Rogers St. (Okla.) and the College of Idaho.
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