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Texas State Repeats as Top Seed for Southland Baseball Tournament

Bobcats win fourth regular season title and will be trying to become second team to win four tournament titles.
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
FRISCO, Texas – After defending its title from a season ago, Texas State will again be the top seed in the 2010 Southland Conference Baseball Tournament when it begins Wednesday at Whataburger Field in Corpus Christi, Texas. The Bobcats claimed their fourth regular-season championship and second outright title on the final day of the regular season with a 34-20 overall record and a 23-10 mark in conference play.

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Southland Conference Tournament Championship Recap (May 23)

Jacob Howard delivered a solid pitching performance as Sam Houston State won their third straight Southland Conference Tournament Championship. (SHSU Media Relations Photo)
Sam Houston State won their third straight Southland Conference Tournament Championship. (SHSU Media Relations Photo)

Sam Houston State and Texas State met at Whataburger Field in Corpus Christi, Texas for the Southland Conference Tournament Championship.  Sam Houston State was after their third straight tournament championship.  Here is your Southland recap for Saturday, May 23.

Sam Houston State 7, Texas State 1

CORPUS CHRISTI – They might as well re-name this the Mark Johnson Postseason Invitational. For the third consecutive season the Sam Houston State Bearkats have rolled undefeated through the Southland Conference Baseball Tournament to advance to the NCAA Regionals. Continue reading

Southland Conference Tournament Day 2 Recap

Ryan Collins helped stave off a Northwestern State rally to keep the Lions alive on Thursday.
Ryan Collins helped stave off a Northwestern State rally to keep the Lions alive on Thursday.

Southeastern Louisiana 9 Northwestern State 7

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – The Lions jumped out to a big lead with seven runs in the first two innings, but it was the bullpen that came up big on Thursday for the Southeastern Louisiana baseball team (36-21, 22-13 Southland Conference) as the Lions held off a rally by the Northwestern State Demons (26-26, 18-15 SLC) to advance to day three of the 2009 Southland Conference Baseball Tournament with a 9-7 win on Wednesday morning.
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Southland Conference Day 1 Recap

Sophomore Tyler Carpenter's two-out single in the ninth plated junior Ryan Rummel with the game-winning run.
Sophomore Tyler Carpenter's two-out single in the ninth plated junior Ryan Rummel with the game-winning run.

UT-San Antonio 5 Northwestern State 4

CORPUS CHRISTI — Sophomore Tyler Carpenter’s two-out liner to right brought home junior Ryan Rummel, capping a two-run ninth-inning rally, and No. 3 seed UTSA opened the 22nd annual Southland Conference Tournament with a 5-4 victory against sixth-seeded Northwestern State on Wednesday morning at Whataburger Field.
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Southland Conference Baseball Tournament Begins Wednesday

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – No. 29 Texas State will be the top seed in the 2009 Southland Conference Baseball Tournament when it begins Wednesday at Whataburger Field in Corpus Christi, Texas. The Bobcats claimed their third regular-season championship and their first outright title last weekend after finishing the regular season with a 38-14 overall record and 24-7 mark in conference play.
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Texas State is the Top Seed in Southland Baseball Tournament

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FRISCO, Texas – No. 25 Texas State will be the top seed in the 2009 Southland Conference Baseball Tournament when it begins Wednesday at Whataburger Field in Corpus Christi, Texas. The Bobcats claimed their third regular-season championship and their first outright title last weekend after finishing the regular season with a 38-14 overall record and 24-7 mark in conference play.
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Southland Conference Tournament Recap Day 1

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE

Huntsville, TX – A 6 a.m. wake up call gave the Texas State Bobcats the extra push they needed to crush four Southland Conference Tournament records with in the 22-2 seven-inning run-rule victory over Texas-Arlington Wednesday morning at Sanders Stadium.

With the Bobcats first round victory, their next game is slated for 4 p.m. against the winner of East Division rivals Lamar and Southeastern Louisiana.

“The preparation for this game started long before we arrived at the field,” said head coach Ty Harrington. “Our focus was where it needed to be two days ago and I will be very surprised if that same focus isn’t there again after that performance.”

The shows stars came from Mike Hart pitching a solid six innings on the mound and holding UTA to just two runs off seven hits, and a defense that kept ten Mavericks stranded on base.

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