Centenary 8, (#1) Texas A&M 4
Centenary overcame a three home run effort by the Texas A&M offense and scored three runs in the eighth inning to hand the top-ranked Aggies their first loss of the year, 8-4, Wednesday afternoon before 2,979 fans at Olsen Field.
A&M (5-1) trailed by three entering the sixth before a solo shot by Luke Anders and a two-run home run by Dylan Petrich one inning later would tie the game at four.
Centenary (1-1) would respond by scoring three in the eighth, tacking on an insurance run in the ninth and retiring the last eight Aggie batters in order to pick up the win.
#22 Oklahoma 7 at #17 San Diego 10
The 11th-ranked University of San Diego baseball team had a huge offensive day as they recorded 11 hits en route to a 10-7 win over No. 16 Oklahoma Wednesday afternoon in a non-conference game at Cunningham Stadium.
With the win, the Toreros improve to 3-2 overall and split the two-game set with the Sooners. With the loss, the Sooners suffer their first loss of the season and fall to 5-1 overall.
Houston Baptist 4 at #20 Baylor 15
HBU struck first but sixth-ranked Baylor answered with 14 runs as the Husky baseball team fell to the Bears by a score of 15-4 at Baylor Ballpark on Wednesday evening.
The Huskies struck first in the top of the second inning as junior Johnathon Moore led off with a double down the left field line. Beau Warren advanced Moore with a slow chopper up the middle and then Robbie Buller drove in the run with a hard grounder to short. Baylor answered in the bottom half of the inning as Adam Hornung snuck a Jay Reese offering over the right field wall to tie the game at 1-1.
Kansas 8 at #29 Arkansas 9
Senior catcher Buck Afenir collected three hits and scored two runs, but it was not enough to offset a late rally by host Arkansas. The 21st-ranked Razorbacks used a Jacob House walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning to send Kansas to a 9-8 non-conference loss at Baum Stadium Wednesday.
The Jayhawks, which held leads of 4-0 and 7-5 in the game, fall to 2-3 overall, while Arkansas improves to 4-1. The teams split the two-game midweek series after KU won 9-3 in Tuesday’s game.
New Mexico 3 at Texas Tech 6
North Dakota 6 at Nebraska 10