MORE MISSIONARY NEWS: Easton Walker received his mission call to Cusco, Peru, joining Bryan Call who has his call to Taiwan and Jackson Cluff who has his call to Atlanta, Ga.
ANOTHER ENGAGED PLAYER: Brock Hale is the latest Cougar engaged to be married this summer.
SOUTHERN BBQ: An item from last February is that the father's of Noah Hill and Casey Jacobsen drove to Birmingham, Alabama, pulling a BBQ smoker and prepared brisket, pork and ribs for the Cougars after one of their games against Samford.
WALK-UP MUSIC: Here's the names of walkup songs (the non-R rated segments) for several of the BYU Cougars:
ESPNU ANNOUNCER: The play-by-play announcer for the May 21 game on ESPNU against Santa Clara is expected to be Mike Couzens. Couzens was a play-by-play broadcaster for the Big Ten Network and also served as the broadcasting and media relations manager for the Fort Wayne TinCaps, the Single-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres. The color analyst is yet to be named.
CENATIEMPO & FATHER: Keaton Cenatiempo says he and his father Kris, who played baseball at Washington State in 1986, have competed on seven of the same college fields. They are BYU, Pepperdine, Gonzaga, Cal Poly Pomona, San Diego State, Portland and Cal State Northridge.
SUMMER BALL ASSIGNMENTS: Here are the summer ball assignments for some of the Cougars once they finish with the work at hand this season:
WRISTBANDS FOR RILEY: Actually the Cougars started wearing orange wristbands and writing the initials K.G. on their hats in support of Kennadi, the 10-year-old sister of pitcher Riley Gates who was diagnosed last month with leukemia. The players and coaches also have the initials K.G. on their hats.
SANS STACHES: Following the series losses at Saint Mary's and against Creighton all of the Cougars shaved their mustaches, but say #mustachemafia will return when they get an NCAA Regional bid.