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WAC Baseball Recaps - April 9
Courtesy: Dallas Baptist
Sacramento State 7, Simpson 0
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. —(SAC Media Relations) David Del Grande drove in a career high four runs and Chris Lewis continued his torrid pace with three hits to lift Sacramento State to a 7-0 win over Simpson on Tuesday at John Smith Field.

The Hornets (19-14) have now won four in a row and six of their last seven games. Three Sacramento State pitchers, led by seven innings from starter Zach Morgan (3-2) combined for the shutout. The victory follows Sunday's 1-0 win over Texas State and gave the team its first back-to-back shutout wins in the Div. I era. Sacramento State last blanked opponents in two straight on Feb. 20, 1988 when it beat Cal State East Bay (then Cal State Hayward), 8-0, in both games of a doubleheader.

Texas 12, Texas State 5
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AUSTIN, Texas – (TXST Media Relations) Texas State returned from a road trip against Sacramento State to a tough game against Texas in Austin, falling, 12-5, Tuesday night. The Longhorns put up season highs in runs (12) and hits (16) as they improved to 18-13 while the Bobcats dropped to 12-20.
Texas State was efficient, scoring five runs on seven hits with three walks and just three strikeouts. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough for the Bobcats. Morgan Mickan, Garrett Mattlage and Andrew Stumph combined for six of the seven hits with two each. J.D. Stinnett knocked the seventh hit, an infield single.

UTSA 12, Texas A&M Corpus Christi 5
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SAN ANTONIO — (UTSA Media Relations) UTSA pounded out 17 hits and ran away with a 12-5 victory against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Tuesday night at Roadrunner Field.

The Roadrunners (19-13) overcame a 5-4 fifth-inning deficit by scoring eight unanswered runs in their final four at-bats to complete the two-game season sweep of the Islanders (19-13), who saw their five-game winning streak come to an end.

Seattle U 5, British Columbia 2
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Bellevue, Wash. - (SU Media Relations) After earning only five hits off five different pitchers over the first six innings, Seattle University broke through with three runs in the seventh inning and held on for a 5-2 victory over the University of British Columbia Tuesday afternoon in a non-conference collegiate baseball game at Bannerwood Park.

With the score tied at 1-1, Brian Olson (Black Diamond, Wash.) hit his first home run of the season over the left field wall with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning. Landon Cray (Chimacum, Wash.) drew a four-pitch walk, and pinch hitter Zach Aaker (Ravensdale, Wash.) smacked the ball right back where it came from, hitting Thunderbird pitcher Connor Smith in the leg, as Aaker reached on an infield single.

Dallas Baptist 10, Texas Tech 9
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DALLAS -- (DBU Media Relations) On Tuesday night at Horner Ballpark, it seemed like there were two different games played between Dallas Baptist (18-15) and Texas Tech (17-18). The first took place over the first two innings when DBU scored seven runs and gave up nine and the second game was the final seven innings where DBU scratched out three runs while keeping the Red Raiders scoreless to hold on to a 10-9 win thanks in part to some outstanding relief pitching from three different righthanders. Blake Webster (2-1) was credited with the win and the work of Drew Smith and Joseph Shaw helped DBU to the win. Michael Smith picked up his second save of the season.

Baylor 14, UT Arlington 4 (8)
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WACO, Texas – (UTA Media Relations) The UT Arlington Mavericks fell to the Baylor Bears 14-4 in a midweek nonconference game Tuesday night. With the loss, the Mavs dropped to 16-15 overall.

Chad Nack earned the loss against the Bears and fell to 4-4 on the season. John Michael Twichell went 1-3 with a three-run home run in the second, his first of the season. Ryan Walker and Travis Sibley went 2-3 and 1-3, respectively. Pinch hitters Brent Bollinger and Cody Dyvig each had a base knock in the game.

Cal Poly 5, CSU Bakersfield 2
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif.— (CSUB Media Relations) Casey Bloomquist led a trio of Cal Poly pitchers that allowed three CSU Bakersfield hits as the No. 20 Mustangs (22-8) defeated the Roadrunners (21-12) 5-2 Tuesday night.

Bloomquist, a freshman from Bakersfield, allowed one hit over the first 6.1 innings before being relieved by Michael Holback. Bloomquist, who was making only his second start of the year, struck out five and walked three. He was charged with both CSUB runs.

Stanford 10, San Jose State 8
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San Jose, Calif. – (SJSU Media Relations) San Jose State went into the ninth inning tied with #25-Stanford but surrendered three runs in the top half to fall 10-8 at Municipal Stadium on Tuesday night.

The Spartans (11-22) made it 10-8 on Ricky Acosta’s RBI-single in the bottom of the ninth, but Sheldon Daquioag, representing the winning run, struck out looking on a 2-2 breaking ball to end the game.
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