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WAC Baseball Recaps - May 12
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Nevada 5, San Jose State 4
Box Score

RENO, Nev.  – (Nevada Media Relations) University of Nevada (29-21, 9-5 WAC) junior Tom Jameson struggled early but pitched into the ninth inning as the Wolf Pack defeated San Jose State (21-24, 5-9 WAC) in game two of a Western Athletic Conference series at Peccole Park Saturday afternoon.  With the victory the Pack stand alone atop the WAC standings at 9-5.  The Spartans are 5-9 in conference play and 21-24 overall.

SJSU scored once in the first and three more times in the second to take the early 4-0 lead but that would be all the offense for the Spartans.  The Pack scored the next five runs to secure the victory.

In the third inning Kewby Meyer cut the Spartan lead in half with a two RBI single.  In the sixth Carlos Escobar and Jay Anderson delivered RBI singles to tie the game at 4-4.

Meyer started the seventh with a base hit and eventually scored on Brooks Klein’s RBI single to put the Pack on top to stay 5-4.
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Fresno State 14, New Mexico State 7
Box Score

LAS CRUCES, N.M. --(FS Media Relations)  The Fresno State baseball team finished off New Mexico State 14-7 on Saturday afternoon for the Bulldogs' second straight Western Athletic Conference series win.

Senior designated hitter Kenneth Wise launched his 23rd career Fresno State home run when he lifted a three-run shot to right center field and headlined the Bulldogs' five-run third inning. Wise, the reigning WAC Hitter of the week, went 4-for-5 with 4 RBI in the game that the 'Dogs never trailed and posted three innings of three or more runs scored.

Freshman Jordan Luplow also homered in the game and sophomore third baseman Jake Alvarez scored three run. In total, five Bulldogs recorded multiple hits in the game.

Thomas Harlan pitched 6.1 innings and struck out eight Aggie batters to earn his sixth victory of the season.
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Sacramento State 10, Hawai‘i 3
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. – (Sacramento State Media Relations) The Sacramento State baseball team climbed to second in the Western Athletic Conference standings after a 10-3 series-clinching win over previously first-place Hawai’i on Saturday afternoon at John Smith Field.

The Hornets (28-23, 10-7 WAC) became the first WAC team with 10 conference wins after scoring 10 runs on 18 hits with a season-high three errors. The Rainbows (28-20, 8-6 WAC) tallied three runs on eight hits with one error.

Hawai’i was in sole possession of first place while Sacramento State was in fourth entering the weekend. But after two wins, the Hornets are now in second and just a half-game behind Nevada (9-5 WAC), while the Rainbows have dropped to third. The top two teams in the final regular season standings earn a coveted first-round bye at the double-elimination WAC Tournament, which runs from May 24-27 at Hohokam Park in Mesa, Ariz. While the Hornets are done with WAC play after tomorrow’s game versus Hawai’i, the rest of the conference has three games left next weekend.

The Hornets put themselves in second with an offensive explosion on Saturday against the Rainbows.
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Baseball
WAC
Overall
Sacramento State
12-3
25-16
Grand Canyon
10-5
21-17
Seattle U
7-5
18-18
New Mexico State
7-5
16-20
North Dakota
7-5
7-18
Utah Valley
8-7
16-22
Bakersfield
8-7
16-23
Texas-Pan American
7-8
17-25
Chicago State
2-10
13-25
Northern Colorado
1-14
6-34
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