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Southland Conference recap for March 28

This is your SLC recap for March 28

Central Arkansas 8 #27 Southeastern Louisiana 6

The University of Central Arkansas Bears knocked off their first ranked opponent of the season on Sunday, beating #21 Southeastern Louisiana 8-6 in Southland Conference play at Alumni Field.
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Southland Conference recap 03/27/2010

This is your SLC recap for Saturday

#27 Southeastern Louisiana 5 Central Arkansas 4

The No. 21 Southeastern Louisiana baseball team clinched a third consecutive Southland Conference series win over Central Arkansas with a 5-4 victory Saturday at Alumni Field. The Lions improved to 22-2 overall and 7-1 in league play.
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SEC Recap for March 24th

ArkansasBaseball Here is your SEC Recap for March 24th.

#4 LSU 4 Louisiana-Lafayette 3

BATON ROUGE — A pair of RBI by catcher Micah Gibbs and five shutout innings by the LSU bullpen led the fourth-ranked Tigers to a 4-3 victory over UL-Lafayette Wednesday night in Alex Box Stadium.

The Tigers (17-3) have won seven of their last 10 meetings with the Cajuns (11-10) since 2000 and lead the all-time series 46-22.

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SEC Recap for March 23rd

BlakeForsytheUT Here is your SEC Recap for March 23rd

#16 Arkansas 3 McNesse State 2

LAKE CHARLES, La. – Brett Eibner had two hits and scored the eventual game-winning run, while the Razorback pitchers totaled 11 strikeouts Tuesday night as the No. 16 University of Arkansas baseball team held off McNeese State, 3-2, at Cowboy Diamond in Lake Charles, La. TJ Forrest picked up the win in a relief appearance and Jeremy Heatley earned his first career save. The Cowboys had the game-winning run at the plate in the bottom of the ninth but Blake Ellender grounded into the game-ending double play to send Arkansas (14-5) to victory.

"It was a well-played game," head coach Dave Van Horn said. "They were one big hit away from beating us and we were one big hit from taking a three- or four-run lead. We took advantage of the few hits we got. Both teams played solid defense and made a couple of nice plays."

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Southland Baseball Players of the Week

Texas State's Jason Martinson hits for cycle in series clinching victory, while McNeese State's Jaden Dillon hurls 10-inning complete game.


FRISCO, Texas – Texas State infielder Jason Martinson has been named the Southland Conference Hitter of the Week and McNeese State right-handed pitcher Jaden Dillon has been named the Southland Pitcher of the Week, the league office announced Monday.
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Southland Conference recap 3/19/2010

Selsor retired nine of the final 11 batter he faced to help lead UTSA to its first conference win of the season.
This is your SLC Recap for the 19th.

#30 Southeastern Louisiana 6 McNeese State 5

Cass Hargis went 3-for-5, driving in the eventual go-ahead run in a three-run fifth inning, and Tyler Watkins fanned seven batters in 5.2 innings as No. 17 Southeastern Louisiana held off a ninth inning rally by McNeese State to claim a 6-5 victory Friday night at Cowboy Diamond.
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Southland Conference Recap 03/14/2010

Garcia had a HR, triple, and a doubleLamar 7 at Nicholls State 3

Lamar scored four runs in the first inning and that was all sophomore right-hander Eric Harrington needed to push the Cardinals to a 7-3 win over Nicholls at Ray Didier Field on Sunday to avoid a road sweep.
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Southland Conference recap for 03-13-2010

Your SLC recap for 03-13-2010

Bobby Shore tossed seven innings on Saturday #19 Oklahoma 11 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2

Bobby Shore tossed seven innings and limited Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to one run as the No. 15 Sooners (15-1) rolled to their 10th straight win with an 11-2 decision on Saturday in the Whataburger Collegiate Classic.
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Southland Conference Recap for 03-12-10

TexasState Here is your SLC recap for 03-12-10

Texas State 20 Penn State 6

Texas State scored in all but two innings, rapped out 15 hits and capitalized on as many walks issued by Penn State’s pitching staff, all leading to a 20-6 rout of the Nittany Lions Friday night at Bobcat Field.

Texas State (6-6) is set to take the series with tonight’s win, while Penn State (4-6) falls in their fifth-straight game with the loss.

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