"It's not so much we're looking back on the season, but the relationships built after a game like this,'' junior center fielder Adam Engel said. "Some guys may be moving on to something different now. Pretty much the one thing on everybody's mind is the relationships we've built since we've been here. That's very special to us, and that's something we'll take with us forever.''
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