Behind a great performance on the mound from freshman Dallas Gallant, Sam Houston State used a six-run fifth inning and scored the final 11 runs of the game en route to a 14-3 MORE
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SAN MARCOS – Four home runs, including a grand slam in the fifth inning coupled with a season-tying hit tally and a season-best stolen base mark highlighted the Texas State Bobcats first Southland Conference sweep of the season in the 13-4 takeover against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Zach Tritz held out for seven complete innings to notch his sixth straight win and maintain his perfect record on the mound. The `Cats now boast a 9-3 league record and a 17-10 overall mark after the success at Bobcat Field Sunday afternoon.
The Texas State Bobcats sent four runs across the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning the appeared to be enough for a success over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, but a two-run eighth gave the Islanders a chance to catch up but the effort was stopped short and the `Cats held on for a 5-3 win over the foe at Bobcat Field Saturday afternoon. Steven Siers broke the even tally for a 2-1 record after a seven-inning stint on the mound, allowing just one run to plate and matching a season-high eight strikeouts. Continue reading
With the tying run at the plate, Mike Hart completed his third game of the season with four pitches, striking out Jacob Perales to retire the game and give the Texas State Bobcats a 4-2 success over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Islanders walked seven Bobcats and muddled through four pitchers to facilitate the defeat and with the loss, the visiting foe drops to 5-5 in Southland Conference action. Texas State improves to 7-3 and maintains a tying lead in West division competition. (more)
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LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech Head Baseball Coach Larry Hays became just the fourth coach in NCAA history to reach 1,500 wins in a career as his Red Raiders notched a 10-5 victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Wednesday afternoon that completed a two-game sweep of the Islanders at Dan Law Field.
Hays, the winningest coach in school history, joins elite company with today’s historic win as only Texas’ Augie Garrido, Wichita State’s Gene Stephenson and Florida State’s Mike Martin are the only coaches to reach this milestone. Hays is in his 38th season as a head coach and all 38 of those years have been spent in Lubbock as he led the Lubbock Christian Chaparrals for 16 years and has guided the Red Raiders for 22 seasons. Against Texas on March 21, 2008, he picked up the 800th win of his Texas Tech career and now has 805 victories as the Red Raider skipper.
WACO, Texas — Shaver Hansen, Brooks Kimmey and Landis Ware spearheaded a 14-hit attack with three hits each as No. 20 Baylor defeated Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 11-8 in midweek action
After going 2-6 in their last 8 games, the formerly Top 25 ranked Ragin’ Cajuns (4-9) looked to get back to their winning ways with a three game series against Sun Belt opponent Arkansas State (8-4).
But the Indians would have none of that as they pulled off an impressive three game sweep over Cajuns at M.L. “Tigue” Moore Field in Lafayette, Louisiana this weekend.
Due to inclement weather, the teams played a doubleheader on Saturday with ASU winning 3-0 and 9-5 respectively. Continue reading
Texas Arlington 26 McNeese State 1
Texas State 3 Northern Illinois 1
Sam Houston State 9 St. Louis 4
Texas A&M CC 5 Notre Dame 2
Texas A&M CC allowed 17 walks and 16 hits and when the pitching staff does that a team will be able to score some runs. Texas puts up 22 on this staff today and 16 runs on them yesterday.
Brand Belt Soph went 4-6 at the plate and drove in 8 runs. The top of the lineup, Tucker, Torres and Danks scored 12 runs between them.