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WAC Baseball Recaps - March 24
Courtesy: Seattle U
Seattle U 12, Louisiana Tech 8
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Ruston, La. - (SU Media Relations) The Seattle University offense once again came through Sunday, collecting 18 hits as the Redhawks came from behind for a 12-8 victory over the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Sunday afternoon in Western Athletic Conference baseball action at J.C. Love Field.

With Seattle U down by two runs going into the eighth inning, Chase Fields (Ontario, Ore.) hit his first home run of the season, a one-out solo shot. With two outs, Ryan Somers (Sammamish, Wash.) kept the inning alive with a single to right field, and Sean Narby (Auburn, Wash.) followed with his second home run of the season, a two-run blast over the left field wall, to put the Redhawks ahead, 9-8.

UT Arlington 15 UTSA 2 (7)
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SAN ANTONIO, Texas – (UTA Media Relations) Zach Thompson benefited from an offensive explosion as UT Arlington run-ruled UTSA 15-2 to win the series on a chilly and windy Sunday afternoon at Roadrunner Field.

The Mavericks came back to take the last two games of the three-game set after dropping the opener Friday. UT Arlington leaves San Antonio at 12-11 overall and 2-1 in the Western Athletic Conference.

CSU Bakersfield 6, Sacramento State 3 (10)
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SACRAMENTO, Calif—(CSUB Media Relations) Cael Brockmeyer’s (Jr., Vineyard Haven, Mass., Avon Old Farms) three-run home run in the top of the 10th inning gave CSU Bakersfield (17-7, 2-1 WAC) a 6-3 victory over Sacramento State (13-10, 1-2 WAC) to take the opening league baseball series for both schools Sunday.

For the first time in the series, the Roadrunners scored first when Frank Martinez’s (Sr., Riverside, Calif., East LA College) sacrifice fly in the top of the second plated. The Hornets tied the game in the fourth on a Justin Higley RBI single.

Dallas Baptist 6, San Jose State 1
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SAN JOSE - (DBU Media Relations) The Dallas Baptist Patriots (13-11, 2-1) did just enough on Sunday afternoon to defeat San Jose State (7-17, 1-2), 6-1, and secure their first-ever Division I conference series victory. The Patriots used homeruns from Duncan McAlpine and Michael Miller to help with the offensive push and five Patriot pitchers stranded 13 Spartan hitters on the afternoon to help DBU to their second win in WAC play. McAlpine recorded the only multi-hit day for DBU and it was his homerun to lead off the second inning that put DBU on the board as starter Cody Beam (2-0) had to pitch around trouble in all four innings that he pitched.

Texas State 12, New Mexico State 7
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LAS CRUCES, N.M. – (TXST Media Relations)  Texas State built upon Saturday's win with a 12-7 victory over New Mexico State on Sunday to claim the first series of Western Athletic Conference play and give the team an early jump on conference standings. The Bobcats piled up 17 hits and received great pitching from middle reliever Lucas Humpal to improve to 2-1 in conference play and 9-14 overall.
After the Bobcats fell behind, Humpal entered the game and put together four innings of hitless pitching with just one walk and four strikeouts, not giving up a run. Meanwhile, New Mexico State's reliever, Casey Collins gave up five runs, all earned, on five hits with a walk and no strikeouts.
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