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WAC Baseball Recaps - March 23
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Louisiana Tech 5, Seattle U 2
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RUSTON, La. - (LT Media Relations) Bre'shon Kimbell's two-run home run to left field in the bottom of the first inning propelled Louisiana Tech to a 5-2 victory over Seattle to open Western Athletic Conference play Saturday at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park in Ruston.

Both Kimbell and Sam Alvis left the yard in Saturday's contest as Tech (10-14, 1-0 WAC) put up two runs in both the first and fourth innings before adding an insurance run in the fifth to take the first game of a three-game set from the visiting Redhawks of Seattle (8-13, 0-1 WAC).

Sacramento State 5, CSU Bakersfield 0
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — (SAC Media Relations) Sophomore Brennan Leitao threw seven innings of shutout baseball to help Sacramento State to a 5-0 win over CSU Bakersfield in the second game of a Western Athletic Conference series on Saturday at John Smith Field.

Leitao's performance improved the Hornets to 13-9 overall and evened the team's record at 1-1 in WAC games. The Roadrunners are now 16-7 overall and are also 1-1 in conference play.

San Jose State 8, Dallas Baptist 1
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San Jose, Calif. – (SJSU Media Relations) San Jose State pitching limited Dallas Baptist to seven hits and one run, securing an 8-1 victory to even the series on Saturday at Municipal Stadium.

The Spartan offense backed up the solid pitching performance with eight runs on 12 hits and took command of the game with a four-run sixth inning.

UT Arlington 7, UTSA 6
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SAN ANTONIO, Texas – (UTA Media Relations) The combination of a solid bullpen along with an opportunistic offense propelled UT Arlington past UTSA 7-6 Saturday afternoon at Roadrunner Field.

UT Arlington snapped a two-game losing streak, improving to 11-11 and 1-1 in the Western Athletic Conference. The Roadrunners (14-9, 1-1) had won the series opener 9-2 on Friday.

The three-game set concludes Sunday with the first pitch set for 1 p.m.

Texas State 10, New Mexico State 3
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LAS CRUCES, N.M. – (TXST Media Relations) Texas State used 13 hits and 10 runs with just one error to blow out New Mexico State, 10-3, on a windy night in Las Cruces, N.M. Saturday. Scott Grist pitched a great game, only giving up six hits, three runs, one walk and striking seven out. Three hits and all three runs didn't come until the seventh inning. Meanwhile, Garrett Mattlage and Nick Smelser paced Texas State offensively with a combined 7-for-10 hitting performance, two RBI and three runs scored to pull the Bobcats even in the Western Athletic Conference, 1-1, and improve to 8-14 overall.
New Mexico State held a 21-1 advantage on Texas State in home runs coming into the series, but thanks to Kevin Sah, the Bobcats now have a 1-0 edge in the series as he sent one over the right field fence in the sixth inning.

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