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WAC Baseball Recaps - April 19
Courtesy: New Mexico State
UTSA 7, Sacramento State 2
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SAN ANTONIO — (UTSA Media Relations) Brock Hartson allowed two runs and four hits over eight-plus innings and UTSA posted a come-from-behind 7-2 victory over Sacramento State in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) series opener on Friday night at Roadrunner Field.

Hartson, who improved to 5-4 on the season, gave up two runs to the Hornets (21-16, 7-6 WAC) in the first four frames, but he and Matt Sims combined to shut out the visitors in the final five panels.

New Mexico State 10, Louisiana Tech 4
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RUSTON, La. – (NMSU Media Relations) The New Mexico State baseball team used an six-run ninth inning to defeat Louisiana Tech 10-4 in Ruston, La., Friday, April 19.

The Aggies improve to 20-18 on the year and 6-7 in Western Athletic Conference play and La. Tech falls to 13-25 and 2-11 in league play. This is the sixth straight year NM State has posted 20 or more wins in a season.

CSU Bakersfield 10, Dallas Baptist 4
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif.— (CSUB Media Relations) Mylz Jones (Fr., Palmdale, Calif., Paraclete HS) went 3-for-4 with a walk, two runs scored, and two RBI’s to lead CSU Bakersfield (26-13, 10-3 WAC) past Dallas Baptist (20-18, 7-6 WAC) 10-4 Friday night.     

Jones’ two-out RBI single put the Roadrunners up 1-0 in the bottom of the first. Michael Miller RBI ground out in the top of the third drove in an unearned run to tie the score. CSUB took the lead back in the bottom of the third when the team sent 10 batters to the plate, scoring six runs. The Roadrunners added two more in the fourth. Miller drove in his second run of the game with a two-out double in the fifth but CSUB responded with a tally in the bottom of the inning. The Patriots scored twice in the sixth.

San Jose State 11, Texas State 5
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San Jose, Calif. – (SJSU Media Relations) San Jose State had a five-run first inning and put up three crooked numbers in an 11-5 Western Athletic Conference victory over Texas State on Friday night at Municipal Stadium.

The Spartans (12-25, 6-7 WAC) answered the Bobcats’ (16-21, 8-5 WAC) first-inning run with six consecutive hitters reaching base to start the bottom of the frame. Andre Mercurio began things with a leadoff walk and then San Jose State belted out five hits in a row that brought in five runs.
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