UCLA Outfielder's Girlfriend is the True Winner of the College World Series

Dan Carson@@DrCarson73Trending Lead WriterJune 26, 2013

If you watched the College World Series this June, you’ve noticed two things: The UCLA Bruins baseball team has an incredibly stingy defense, and—holy cow—their fans are stacked.

If you haven’t been properly introduced, this is Lauralee McIntyre—Bruins super fan and busty baseball enthusiast of the year.  

While the game always comes first, McIntyre and her ample joys for UCLA baseball came a close second as the Bruins fought for their first-ever College World Series title.

Coverage of the showdown between Mississippi State and UCLA was superb, but as Busted Coverage’s Joe Kinsey noticed, cameramen didn’t shy away from putting the spotlight on the young lady. 

McIntyre is reportedly the girlfriend of Bruins sophomore outfielder Eric Filia, according to SportsMasher.com. As stated before, she was on camera often as the Bruins progressed through the rounds of the College World Series, constantly in attendance and supporting her boyfriend in stunning fashion.

Here she was for UCLA’s Game 2 against NC State.

This is her while the Bruins played UNC.

Last but not least, McIntyre is seen here in the pink against Mississippi State.

According to Larry Brown Sports, McIntyre transferred to UCLA in 2011 and graduated this spring. So Filia won the College World Series and has a gorgeous woman two years his senior to come home to after he’s done playing baseball.  

He’s not doing too bad these days. Filia went 2-for-3 at the plate with five RBI in his team’s series-clinching win over Mississippi State, but if the story of Katherine Webb is any indication, McIntyre has as much to gain as her boyfriend from the Bruins’ title. 

Great series, Lauralee. See you next year? Please?

 

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