BIG 12 scores from Saturday

Michael Torres

I did not make it out to the Disch today to watch the game between VCU and Texas. I was able to follow it on the radio and Texas made VCU paid for the 5 errors they committed. Freshman Cole Green got his first career start as a Longhorn against VCU Senior Cody Eppley. Cole did a great job of keeping the VCU Rams of balance for 4 innings and Keith Shinaberry came in the 5th and the 6th and gave up 3 of the 4runs that VCU scored. Chance Ruffin another Freshman closed out the 7th, 8th and 9th to get the save. Michael Toress had 5 rbis on the Day and Freshman Kevin Keyes continues his hot hitting as he went 2-3 and Sophomore Brandon Belt finally got it going with a 4-5 day at the plate.

Texas will be looking to close out the series with Kenn Kasparek on the mound. Kenn will be making his first appearance for Texas since he has been sideline since the Summer of ’06.

VCU Recap

Texas Recap

Close Shaver: Bears Rally Past Purdue 11-10

Ben Booker’s RBI fielder’s choice in the 11th gave No. 15 Baylor an 11-10 victory over Purdue Saturday at Baylor Ballpark. With the win, the Bears (2-0) clinched the series against the Boilermakers (0-2). In a back-and-forth game, Baylor overcame deficits of 4-0, 5-1 and 10-8 for the victory.

Baylor Recap

Purdue Recap

Jayhawks Drop First Game of Doubleheader in Extra Innings
Hawaii-Hilo used two infield singles and a throwing error in the bottom of the eighth inning to squeak out a 4-3 triumph over Kansas in the first game of a doubleheader played Saturday morning at Simmons Field.
Kansas Recap

Santa Clara’s Seven-Run Fourth Haunts K-State!

– Santa Clara exploded for seven runs in the fourth inning to break away from Kansas State early as the Broncos went on to take game one of the scheduled doubleheader, 9-2 at

Kansas State Recap 

No. 6 Missouri Holds Off Michigan State

The sixth-ranked Missouri baseball team moved to 2-0 on the season with a 14-9 win over Michigan State on day two of the Stetson Invitational in DeLand, Fla. Senior Jacob Priday had a hand in six of the Tigers’ runs, scoring three times and driving in three.

Michigan State Recap