BYU baseball: Cougar, New Mexico players suspended after brawl
PROVO — At the conclusion of BYU's 1-0 victory over New Mexico last Saturday at Miller Park, the Cougars and Lobos engaged in a brawl that has resulted in disciplinary actions against the players who were involved.
The Mountain West Conference, with assistance from both schools, has completed a review of the incident.
As a result, four BYU players — Ryan Bernal, Bret Lopez, Brock Luker and Blake Torgerson — were suspended for three games each. In addition, BYU's coach, Vance Law, and another player, Wes Guenther, were issued public reprimands.
Five Lobos players were suspended for three games each, while another player was reprimanded for an obscene gesture.
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