2009 AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT DAY 2

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Game 2: Texas Lutheran 2, Ozarks 0

SEGUIN, Texas – The Texas Lutheran Bulldogs advanced to the double-elimination round of the 2009 American Southwest Conference Championship Tournament Series with a 2-0 win Saturday afternoon over the University of the Ozarks.

The victory at Katt-Isbel Field gave TLU a 2-0 series win in the first round of the conference playoffs. TLU won the first game of the series 10-1 on Friday.

TLU senior third baseman Joe Gentry (Houston/Westside) homered in the second inning to give fellow senior Jeremy Macklin (Austin/Bowie/Huston-Tillotson) all the run support he would need against the Eagles.

Texas Lutheran Recap
Ozarks Recap

Game 2: Texas-Tyler 10, McMurry 0

Game 3: Texas-Tyler 4, McMurry 3

UT-Tyler Recap
McMurry Recap

Game 2: Texas-Dallas 14, Hardin-Simmons 12

Game 3: Texas-Dallas 19, Hardin-Simmons 11

UTD rallied from a 1-0 deficit after Friday night to win a pair of games Saturday, 14-12 and 19-11, to win a first-round ASC playoff series with Hardin Simmons and advance to the ASC Championship tournament next weekend in Mississippi.

UT-Dallas Recap
Hardin Simmons Recap

Game 2: Mississippi College 14, Mary Hardin-Baylor 4

CLINTON, MS – The Mississippi College baseball team advanced to the American Southwest Tournament Championship Round for the second straight year with a 14-4 win over Mary Hardin-Baylor on Saturday afternoon at Frierson Field. The Choctaws (28-14) used an eight-run second inning to eliminate The Cru (22-17) from the tournament.

The four-team double-elimination tournament will be held at Frierson Field beginning on Friday. The official game times are still to be determined.

The Choctaws took advantage of being the visitors on the scoreboard by putting up three runs in the top of the first inning to set the tone. Junior Bo Bell single in two runs in the inning, while senior Tim Bruss drove in the other run on double down the left field line.

Bell finished the game 3-4 with four RBI and three runs scored. The Gulfport, MS native has driven in 67 runs on the season, the second highest total in school history.

Mississippi College Recap
Mary Hardin Baylor Recap