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Lopez changing recruiting approach

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Arizona Wildcats Baseball team missed the NCAA Tournament for a second straight season since winning the 2012 National Championship.

Our David Kelly sat down with head coach Andy Lopez for a lengthy interview. Segments of which you will see on this page over the next week leading up to the MLB Draft.

Kelly and Lopez talked about a number of topics including what it takes to be an elite team in today's college baseball landscape, the draft prospects of the outgoing junior class and senior pitcher James Farris, the play of freshman Bobby Dalbec and whether he still has juice in the tank after recovering from open-heart surgery.

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