No. 3 Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) gets passed No. 6 Westmont (Calif.) 

2022 NAIA Avista-NAIA World Series – Game Four Recap

No. 3 Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) gets passed No. 6 Westmont (Calif.)  


No. 3 Lewis-Clark State (55-5) def. No. 6 Westmont (45-12), 9-4 | Box Score

Lewis-Clark State advances to play Monday at 8:30 p.m. CST in Game 12

Westmont will play in Game 8 (elimination) against No. 10 Webber International on Sunday at 5:00 p.m. CST



  • Trent Sellers and Bryan Peck met in a rematch from Opening Day played in Santa Barbara, Calif. 
  • Josh Rego’s right line single scored the first-ever run for Westmont at the World Series, plated by Thomas Rudinsky
  • After both teams tossed up two blank innings, LCSC tied the contest in the bottom of the fourth off Zach Threlfall’s sacrifice fly
  • The LC Warriors blew up the game in the next frame scoring four runs via three singles and a groundout
  • Rudinsky scored for Westmont during their next trip to the plate
  • Going score for score, Aidan Nagle launched a two RBI homer to right field
  • Not wanting to miss the action, Luke White blasted his own solo shot to center in the eighth
  • In a pinch hit scenario, Charlie Updegrave dribbled a RBI single up the middle
  • In the top of the eighth, Rego drilled a two-run homer to center field, where Rudinsky scored his third run of the day
  • Sellers (W, 13-0) three six innings allowing five hits, three walks, and six strikeouts
  • Peck (L, 7-4) allowed 10 of the 13 hits by LC State and four strikeouts
  • Rego went 3-4 with three RBI; the other five hits were by separate WC Warriors
  • Threlfall was a perfect 3-3 in the box; Riley Way, Sam Linscott, and White all had two hits