MARION, Ind. — Baylee Wyscaver contributed an RBI double in a six-run second inning and the Oregon Tech softball team earned a berth in the NAIA College World Series on Wednesday with a 6-0 shutout of Indiana Wesleyan University in the Marion Bracket title game of the NAIA opening round.

The Owls (43-15 overall) finished second behind Southern Oregon (48-7) in the Cascade Collegiate Conference during the regular season. The Raiders finished 24-3 in the CCC, with Oregon Tech one game back at 23-4.

Oregon Tech will face the University of Mobile (Alabama) in the first round of the World Series on May 23 in Springfield, Missouri.

Wyscaver, a junior utility, and Jacey Conklin, a senior catcher, are Roseburg High graduates.

Wyscaver is hitting .268 on the season with three home runs and 30 RBIs. Conklin is hitting .295 with one homer and 15 RBIs.

Tom Eggers can be reached at or 541-957-4220.

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