Ten games at Whataburger Field plus the Southland Conference Baseball Tournament and a quick start to the Southland Conference season highlight the 56-game season announced by Texas A&M-Corpus Christi baseball head coach Scott Malone. Five opponents – Rice, Texas, TCU Alabama and defending Southland Conference Tournament champion Sam Houston State – appeared in the NCAA Regionals a season ago.
FIRST-EVER ISLANDER BASEBALL ALUMNI GAME IS A WIN-WIN
While it may have been an 11-4 win for the current players on the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi baseball team, the first-ever Islander Alumni Baseball Game held as part of the athletic department’s 10-year celebration was a win-win for both sides.
“The first-ever alumni game was a total success,” said Islander head coach Scott Malone. “We went into the game looking to bridge the gap between the Islanders of the past and the current members of the roster and I think we were able to do that. There is no doubt we intend on making the game an annual event.” Continue reading →
UT Arlington junior left-handed pitcher Ryan Robinson turned in one of his best performances this season, and after a scare in the ninth, the Mavericks would need every ounce of his efforts in a 7-6 victory Friday night against Nicholls State.
Sunday afternoon capped a five-game streak of wins for the Texas State Bobcat baseball team after taking an 11-5 victory over Central Arkansas. The win gave the `Cats its second Southland Conference sweep of the … Read Full Release [+]
The Texas State Bobcats notched a season-high 22 hit-tally and scored in every inning to take a 16-6 seven-inning run rule victory over Central Arkansas Saturday afternoon at Bobcat Field. Texas State improves t… Read Full Release [+]
Lance Loftin and Thomas Field blasted two home runs in the fourth inning for a combined nine runs and propelled the Texas State Bobcats to a 13-7 victory over Central Arkansas Friday night at Bobcat Field. Read Full Release [+]
SAN MARCOS – Steven Siers pitched seven full innings at Alumni Field blanking Southeastern Louisiana for his first career shut out, as the Texas State Bobcats run-ruled the Lions 11-0 Saturday afternoon in Hammond, La.
Texas State wasted no time putting the first run on the board when Laurn Randell put a two-out base hit into right field at the top of the first. On a wild pitch to Paul Goldschmidt, Randell advanced to second and Goldschmidt brought him around with a shot to centerfield.