Last year, the Binghamton University Baseball Team dropped their first two games in the double elimination first round of the NCAA Tournament. Senior Shaun McGraw said they were all caught up in the fanfare and the pageantry and let the size of the event get the best of them.
As the Bearcats continue to prepare for Friday's Regional Bracket play against Oklahoma State, this year's squad is mentally tougher and ready to handle all the perks and services that come with the spotlight. The returning veterans are also helping prepare the team's nine freshmen.
BU and Ok St. play in Stillwater on Friday at 7:00 on ESPN3.
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