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WAC Baseball Recaps - April 20
Courtesy: San Jose State
Sacramento State 12, UTSA 1 (8)
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SAN ANTONIO - (SAC Media Relations) Brennan Leitao allowed a single run in the first inning and the Sacramento State offense did its part in a 12-1 run-ruled game on Saturday at Roadrunner Field. The game was halted after the eighth inning as part of the WAC’s 10-run rule.
After dropping the first game of the series on Friday, Sacramento State evened the set against UTSA and improved to 22-16 overall and 8-6 in WAC games. Leitao (5-2) picked up the win after allowing only three hits in seven innings. Brandon Creel closed the game by retiring the three batters he faced in the seventh.

New Mexico State 6, Louisiana Tech 4
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RUSTON, La. – (NMSU Media Relations) The New Mexico State baseball team defeated Louisiana Tech 6-4, Saturday, April 20 at J.C. Love Field in Ruston, La.  With the win Aggies move to 21-18 on the year and 7-7 in Western Athletic Conference play.

The Aggies jumped on top early scoring two runs in the top of the first inning with a sacrifice fly from junior Tanner Rust and an RBI double from senior Bobby Lecount. After a three-run second inning gave Louisiana Tech a 3-2 lead, senior Parker Hipp hammered a three-run home run in the top of the third. It was Hipp’s eighth homer of the year and RBIs No. 34, 35 and 36 in 2013.

San Jose State 5, Texas State 4 (10)
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San Jose, Calif. – (SJSU Media Relations) A two-out RBI-single in the bottom of the 10th inning made Andre Mercurio the hero and made San Jose State a 5-4 walk-off winner over Texas State in Western Athletic Conference (WAC) action on Saturday at Municipal Stadium.

Two ninth-inning runs for the Bobcats (16-22, 8-6 WAC) forced extra innings where the Spartans (13-25, 7-7 WAC) pushed the winning run across with three consecutive singles in the 10th.

CSU Bakersfield 10, Dallas Baptist 4
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif.— (CSUB Media Relations) A night after being named as a quarterfinalist for National Shortstop of the Year, Tyler Shryock (Jr., Tehachapi, Calif., Desert Christian HS) went 3-for-4 to lead CSU Bakersfield (27-13, 11-3 WAC) past Dallas Baptist (20-19, 7-7 WAC) 10-4 Saturday night.

Shyrock added two runs scored and a walk. Kevin Younger (Sr., Bakersfield, Calif., Liberty HS) was 3-for-5 with an RBI. Cael Brockmeyer (Jr., Vineyard Haven, Mass., Avon Old Farms HS) was 2-for-4 with two RBI’s. Oscar Sanay (Jr., Chula Vista, Calif., Bonita Vista HS) and Chance Gusbeth (Fr., Lancaster, Calif., Desert Christian HS) both posted two hits. Jordie Hein (So., Scottsdale, Ariz., Chapparal HS) scored three runs.

Seattle U 10, UT Arlington 3
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Bellevue, Wash. -- (SU Media Relations) Seattle University held off a UT Arlington rally midway through game one of Saturday’s doubleheader on its way to a 10-3 victory, but the Mavericks were able to stop the Redhawk offense in game two to salvage a split after winning 3-1 at Bannerwood Park.

In game one, Seattle U scored first in the bottom of the third inning as Brian Olson (Black Diamond, Wash.) led off with a single, Nick Latta (Tacoma, Wash.) reached base on a Maverick error, and Landon Cray (Chimacum, Wash.) sent a single through the right side of the infield to load the bases with one out. Nate Roberts (Silverdale, Wash.) laced a single to right field, driving in Olson and Latta to give the Redhawks the early lead.

UT Arlington 3, Seattle U 1
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BELLEVUE, Washington – (UTA Media Relations) UT Arlington came back to win the second game of Saturday's doubleheader to gain a split with Seattle University. The Mavericks 3-1 victory followed 10-3 loss on a rainy afternoon at Bannerwood Park.

The Mavericks are 21-17 overall and 10-4 in the Western Athletic Conference. The Redhawks are 14-23 and 4-9. The series concludes Sunday with a 2 p.m. CT first pitch.

UT Arlington starter Zach Thompson picked up the win in the second game, improving to 5-2 with a complete game six-hitter. The sophomore right hander threw 133 pitches in a game that included a rain delay.
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