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BYU softball won its third straight West Coast Conference title Friday night 1-0 over San Diego.

In the longest game in BYU history since 2002, senior center fielder Gordy Bravo hit an infield single to bring sophomore left fielder Caitlyn Larsen home for the game-winning run in the 12th inning.

"That was an incredibly well-played game by both teams in terms of pitching and defense," BYU head coach Gordon Eakin said in a BYU press release. "Their pitcher did an excellent job against our hitters, but we hung in there and toughed it out. McKenna (Bull) threw her heart out and our defense played great until we found a way to score. I'm really proud of our kids, and we will really cherish another conference championship."

Bravo went 3 for 6 in her 200th career start, while McKenna Bull went all 12 innings on the mound — throwing 10 strikeouts and three walks in the victory.

The teams face off again for a doubleheader tomorrow beginning at 1 p.m. MDT.

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