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WAC Baseball Recaps - April 30
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#11 Oregon 12, Seattle U 7
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Everett, Wash. - (SU Media Relations) Seattle University hung with 11th-ranked Oregon during the early portion of Tuesday’s game, but the Ducks maintained their offensive intensity through the middle innings to pull away for a 12-7 victory over the Redhawks at Everett Memorial Stadium.

After Oregon scored a run in the top of the first inning, Seattle U responded when Chase Fields (Ontario, Ore.) led off the bottom of the first with a double, advanced to third on a groundout, and scored when Brian Olson (Black Diamond, Wash.) singled up the middle. Ryan Hambright led off the top of the second with a triple and scored on a sacrifice fly to put the Ducks back on top, but the Redhawks put together a two-out rally in the bottom of the second as Fields singled and scored on a double by Landon Cray (Chimacum, Wash.).
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Sacramento State 7, Nevada 6
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RENO, Nev. — (SAC Media Relations) A grand slam from Andrew Ayers capped a five run third inning and helped the Hornets to a 7-6 win over Nevada on Tuesday at Peccole Park. The win was the third in a row for the Hornets (27-18) and their fifth in the last six games.

Sacramento State trailed 3-2 entering the third inning before Rhys Hoskins provided a one-out single. Nathan Lukes then walked and Chris Lewis singled to right field to load the bases. Following a pitching change and an ejection of Nevada head coach Gary Powers, Justin Higley drew a bases-loaded walk to tie the score. Ayers then hit an 0-1 pitch over the left-center field fence to empty the bases and score the team's final runs of the game.
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San Francisco 4, San Jose State 2
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San Francisco – (SJSU Media Relations) San Jose State baseball let San Francisco escape the clutches of defeat in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Dons smacked three home runs including Zachary Turner’s walk-off two-run blast to win it 4-2 on Tuesday at Benedetti Diamond.

The Spartans (14-30) took a 2-0 lead into the bottom of the ninth, but back-to-back solo shots by pinch hitter Harrison Bruce (1) and Justin Maffei (4) quickly erased the lead. After Jason Mahood reach on a bunt single, Turner (7) stepped up and hit Kyle Hassna’s 1-1 offering over the right-center field wall for a walk-off two-run homer.
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Sam Houston State 2, UTSA 1
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SAN ANTONIO — (UTSA Media Relations) Sam Houston State edged UTSA, 2-1, on Tuesday night at Roadrunner Field.

The Bearkats (28-17), who had six hits, scored a run in the first and another in the sixth and held on for the one-run victory.

The Roadrunners (24-20) were limited to five hits and one run by three Sam Houston State pitchers.
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Dallas Baptist 2, #10 Oklahoma 0
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DALLAS, Texas -- (DBU Media Relations) Three different Dallas Baptist freshmen pitchers combined to shut out No. 10 Oklahoma (33-12) on Tuesday night at Horner Ballpark, 2-0. Cory Taylor set the tone for the evening with five scoreless innings  and was followed by Brandon Koch and Joseph Shaw. The three combined for twelve strikeouts and limited the Sooners to three hits as Oklahoma was shut out for only the second time this season. The only other team to hold Oklahoma to zero runs was Texas back on April 6.
 
The Patriot (23-22) offense managed only nine hits in the game but the two runs were more than enough for the young hurlers. Duncan McAlpine drove in both runs for DBU, one in the first and one in the eighth, and each time he scored Ronnie Mitchell. In the first, Mitchell singled and stole second ahead of a two-out McAlpine single. In the eighth, Mitchell was hit by pitch and raced around the bases on a double into the leftcenter gap. DBU had five hits with runners on and none were bigger than the McAlpine safeties.
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Texas State 7, Houston Baptist 3
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SAN MARCOS, Texas – (TXST Media Relations) Texas State used some fresh faces to tame Houston Baptist, 7-3, in the midweek game Tuesday night to improve to 21-23 on the season. Freshmen Cory Geisler and Matt Smith paced the Bobcats, combining for three hits, two RBI and two runs scored while Austin O'Neal was a perfect 2-for-2 with a run.
 
Kyle Finnegan put in good work on the mound as he struck out five batters and walked one in three innings. He only gave up one hit, but it was a home run. He rebounded to retire seven of the next eight batters on his way to the win to improve to 4-2 on the year.
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Baylor 6, UT Arlington 4
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SAN MARCOS, Texas – (UTA Media Relations) Texas State used some fresh faces to tame Houston Baptist, 7-3, in the midweek game Tuesday night to improve to 21-23 on the season. Freshmen Cory Geisler and Matt Smith paced the Bobcats, combining for three hits, two RBI and two runs scored while Austin O'Neal was a perfect 2-for-2 with a run.
 
Kyle Finnegan put in good work on the mound as he struck out five batters and walked one in three innings. He only gave up one hit, but it was a home run. He rebounded to retire seven of the next eight batters on his way to the win to improve to 4-2 on the year.
 
Scott Grist started the game and did not allow hit in two innings, striking out one and walking none. Donnie Hart and Hunter Lemke also continued their great play. Hart only gave up one hit and struck out one while Lemke struck all three batters out in the ninth inning.
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Fresno State 7, CSU Bakersfield, 4
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FRESNO, Calif.—(CSUB Media Relations) Fresno State (15-27) scored six runs in the first three innings as the Bulldogs defeated Bakersfield (29-17) 7-4 Tuesday night at Bieden Field.

Cael Brockmeyer’s (Jr., Vineyard Haven, Mass., Avon Old Farms HS) RBI double in the top of the first gave Bakersfield the lead. Fresno State scored a pair in the bottom of the first for a 2-1 advantage. The Bulldogs put up four in the bottom of the third. Fresno State would add to the lead with one more in the fourth.
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