BYU’s Brock Hale named WCC player of the year; Littlewood takes coach of the year honors

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PROVO — BYU baseball made history this season with a pitching staff that paved way to the Cougars’ first outright conference title since 1989.

But give the hitters a little credit, too.

BYU slugger Brock Hale was named the West Coast Conference player of the year, as announced by the conference Tuesday, becoming the first Cougar to receive such an honor since BYU joined the league in 2011.

In addition, BYU coach Mike Littlewood was named WCC coach of the year, and sophomore infielder Jackson Cluff was named to the all-WCC first team.

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