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WAC Baseball Recaps - April 23
Courtesy: Texas State
Texas State 4, Texas A&M 1
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SAN MARCOS, Texas – (TXST Media Relations) In front of a crowd of 2,512, third all-time in Bobcat Ballpark history, Tuesday night's game started off on an emotional note, but ended with Texas State beating Texas A&M, 4-1. The Bobcats opened the game with a ceremonial first pitch honoring those lost in the tragedy in West, and then took care of business once the game started.
Catcher Tyler Pearson led the way for the Bobcats with a perfect 3-for-3 night, scoring a run and knocking an RBI. Cody Lovejoy and J.D. Stinnett also picked up RBIs in the game while Kevin Sah, West native Garrett Mattlage and Nick Smelser tallied a hit each.

CSU Bakersfield 2, Fresno State 0
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif.— (CSUB Media Relations) Mylz Jones’ (Fr., Palmdale, Calif., Paraclete HS) RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the eighth proved to be the gamewinner as CSU Bakersfield (28-14) defeated Fresno State (13-25) 2-0 Tuesday night at Hardt Field.

FresnoState loaded the bases with one out in the third, but a CSUB 6-4-3 double play ended the inning. Bakersfield loaded the bases with no outs in the bottom of the fourth, but Bulldogs’ starter William Munro worked out of the jam unscathed.

Louisiana Tech 17, Grambling 9
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GRAMBLING, La. - (LT Media Relations) Louisiana Tech's bats came alive Tuesday night as the Bulldogs plated 17 runs off 13 hits to defeat the Grambling State Tigers, 17-9, at Wilbert Ellis Field at R.W.E. Jones Park in Grambling.

With the win, Tech (14-28) broke a four-game losing streak as the team totaled a season-high 17 runs, 16 of those coming from the fifth inning on after trailing Grambling State (14-26) 3-1 early in the game.

"We got some hits and drew some walks with bases loaded several times tonight," head coach Wade Simoneaux. "Grambling played hard tonight and our guys played hard, so we'll take it. Any win is good and hopefully it will give us some momentum going into the weekend."

Sacramento State 3, Saint Mary's 0
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — (SAC Media Relations) Senior Zach Morgan tossed eight innings of scoreless baseball and Sacramento State made the most of its five hits in a 3-0 victory over Saint Mary's at John Smith Field on Tuesday.

The Hornets (23-17) scored one in the first and two in the fifth en route to defeating the Gaels (14-26) for the third time this season.

Morgan (4-2) was masterful in the start, scattering four hits with two walks and two strikeouts while only throwing 85 pitches. The senior allowed two runners on base only once — in the second — but was aided by one of three doubles plays turned by Sacramento State to erase a first and third situation. That inning marked the final time that Saint Mary's had a runner reach second base during the game.

UTSA 2, Texas-Pan American 1
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EDINBURG — (UTSA Media Relations) Jesse Baker clubbed a two-run homer in the second inning and UTSA pitching staff made it stand the rest of the way en route to a 2-1 victory at Texas-Pan American on Tuesday.

The Roadrunners (22-18) trailed after the opening frame before Baker launched a first-pitch fastball from Broncs starting pitcher Matt Daniels over the wall in left field for his third round-tripper on the season. Rodney Garza, who reached on a fielder's choice earlier in the inning, also scored on the play.

Sam Houston State 10, UT Arlington 7
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HUNTSVILLE, Texas – (UTA Media Relations) UT Arlington fell to 21-19 on the season with a 10-7 loss at Sam Houston State on Tuesday evening. The Mavericks maintained their 10-5 Western Athletic Conference record and are currently in sole possession of second place.

Matt Shortall (4-5, 3 runs, RBI, HR) and Brandon Lawrence (4-5, 4 RBI) both had solid performances at the plate. Chase Weaver, now 2-1 on the season, picked up the loss with 5.2 innings pitched in relief with six runs (three earned) on five hits and six strikeouts. It was his second longest outing from the bullpen this season.

Texas Tech 6, New Mexico State 1
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LUBBOCK, Texas – (NMSU Media Relations) The New Mexico State baseball team (23-19) fell 6-1 in the midweek game to Texas Tech on a cold night in Lubbock, Texas, Tuesday, April 23.

The Aggies scored one run on six hits and committed two errors, while TTU posted six runs on 10 hits while posting one error. Junior Christopher Bradley was given the loss after he worked 5.1 innings, striking out seven batters although he gave up four runs.  Bradley is now 4-4 on the year.  Seniors Casey Collins and Michael Ormseth combined for 2.2 innings of worked while giving up just one earned run.

Baylor 9, Dallas Baptist 5
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DALLAS, Texas--(DBU Media Relations) The Dallas Baptist Patriots (21-20) allowed five runs in the final two innings of their Tuesday night contest against Baylor (21-20) to fall to the Bears, 9-5. Patriot pitching allowed eight walks on the evening and two Patriot errors led to four unearned runs as Michael Smith (5-4) was handed the loss in his one inning of work. Boomer Collins led a Patriot offense that picked up three hits in the first inning and only four in the following eight at-bats. He collected three hits and an RBI.
Cory Taylor took a no-decision in his sixth start of the year and allowed one run on three hits in 2.1 innings of work. Blake Webster followed with two innings and struck out two before giving way to Joseph Shaw, who was great to tie his longest outing of the season. Shaw struck out four in 3.1 innings and allowed one run. Paul Voelker, Smith and Brandon Koch finished out the game for DBU on the mound in the loss.

Stanford 17, San Jose State 2
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Stanford, Calif. -- (SJSU Media Relations) Giving up nine runs in the first inning doomed San Jose State from the very beginning in a 17-2 loss to No. 14 Stanford at Sunken Diamond at Tuesday night.

The Spartans (13-27) put a run on the board within the first four pitches of the game, but the Cardinal (23-12) sent 14 hitters to the plate in the bottom of the first and scored nine runs on six hits.
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