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WAC Baseball Recaps - May 5
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Hawai‘i 1, New Mexico State 0
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-(UH Media Relations)  Garrett Champion doubled in the game's only run and four pitchers combined for the shutout as the University of Hawai'i baseball team clipped New Mexico State 1-0 in front of a sell out crowd at Les Murakami Stadium.
With the win, the Rainbows sweep the series and are now alone atop the Western Athletic Conference standings. Starter Scott Squier pitched 4.1 scoreless innings and David Longville (2-2) picked up the win in 2.2 innings of work.
Champion had a game-high two hits for the Rainbows, who recorded their first-ever sweep over the Aggies. Zack Swasey opened the fifth inning with a base hit, then came home on Champion's RBI-double which proved to be the lone and gamewinning run for UH.
Lawrence Chew pitched 1.2 innings before Brent Harrison came in to record the final out of the game for his team-high eighth save. New Mexico State came into the series ranked first in the nation with 9.1 runs per game, but managed just four total runs in three games against stingy Rainbow pitching.

Louisiana Tech 10, San Jose State 5

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RUSTON, La. - (LT Media Relations) Taylor Terrasas and Bre'shon Kimbell combined to go 5-for-8 with four runs and six RBI as Louisiana Tech (22-23, 5-9 WAC) defeated San Jose State (21-21, 5-6 WAC) on Saturday afternoon at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park.

Terrasas led off the game with his second home run of the season in route to a 3-for-3 from the plate with two RBI and Kimbell hit a three-run home run in the eighth inning, his fifth on the year, as the freshman designated hitter recorded four RBI in the victory.

Phil Maton (7-4) picked up his seventh win of the season after allowing just two runs - one earned - and striking out five in 7.0 innings. Caleb Dudley set LA Tech's career appearances record (79) after the junior recorded his eighth save of the season in 1.1 innings. Esteban Guzman (1-2) was charged with the loss after allowing five runs - four earned - in 3.0 innings.

Kody Neel went 2-for-4 with one RBI in the victory and eight of the nine Tech starters scored at least one run.

Terrasas gave the Bulldogs an early 1-0 lead after hitting his second leadoff home run this season.

Fresno State 10, Sacramento State 6
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FRESNO, Calif. --(FS Media Relations)  It's the beginning of the stretch drive for the Fresno State baseball team and the Bulldogs were locked and loaded on Saturday night in beating Sacramento State 10-6 in a Western Athletic Conference game before an announced crowd of 2,143 at Pete Beiden Field.

"We did a great job with our game today and got some nice bunts down that we beat out for hits. RBIs also," Bulldogs' head baseball coach Mike Batesole said. "You put those two things together when you play catch and being aggressive on offense and attacking when they make a mistake. That's how you get to double digits."

Bulldog junior starting pitcher Justin Haley zeroed in for eight strikeouts with just a single walk over 7.1 innings to post his sixth victory of the season from the hill and lowered his earned run average to 2.97 for the year.

Seattle U 2, Nevada 1

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Seattle U 4, Nevada 1

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BELLEVUE, Wash.  – (Nevada Media Relations) The University of Nevada (25-21) baseball team dropped a doubleheader to Seattle (21-19) at Bannerwood Park today by scores of 2-1 and 4-1.  The Wolf Pack is now 25-21 while the Redhawks improved to 21-19.  The final game of the three game series is scheduled for noon on Sunday.

In game one the Pack got a home run from first baseman Brett Jones in the top of the second inning and held a 1-0 advantage until SU tied the score at 1-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning.  The game remained tied until the 10th inning when the Redhawks got a two-out bases loaded RBI single from pinch hitter Jace Sloan to secure the 2-1 extra inning victory.

Sean Prihar (1-1) was tagged with the loss allowing the run in the 10th inning.  Kyle Doyle (1-0) won his first game of the season pitching two scoreless innings.
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