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WAC Baseball Recaps - May 4
Courtesy: Bakersfield
CSU Bakersfield 9, Louisiana Tech 8
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RUSTON, La.—(CSUB Media Relations) Bakersfield rallied from a 6-0 deficit to defeat Louisiana Tech 9-8 in Western Athletic Conference baseball action Saturday afternoon.

The Bulldogs sent nine batters to the plate in the bottom of the first as Tech scored three runs. Louisiana Tech would score once in the second and twice more in the fourth before Dylan Christensen (Sr., Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., Saddleback College) and Cael Brockmeyer (Jr., Vineyard Haven, Mass., Avon Old Farms HS) would get Bakersfield on the board with RBI’s in the top of the fifth.

Texas State 13, UTSA 8 (11)
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SAN ANTONIO, Texas – (TXST Media Relations) Texas State and UTSA teamed up to put a classic in the I-35 Rivalry storybooks, playing to 11 innings. On the arm of Hunter Lemke and his seven strikeouts through the final four innings, Texas State came out on top, 13-8, Saturday to improve to 12-8 in the Western Athletic Conference.
Texas State had a 5-3 lead in the sixth inning, but UTSA tied it up with two runs in the bottom of the inning. Then both teams scored three runs apiece in the eighth and went scoreless in the ninth to force extra innings until Texas State exploded for five 11th inning runs for the win.
Lemke entered the game in the eighth inning and started mowing the Roadrunners down. Once he settled in, the closer struck out five consecutive batters and retired 10 consecutive batters faced, seven by strikeout. He didn't give up a hit to give his offense a chance to win it.

Dallas Baptist 9, UT Arlington 3
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ARLINGTON, Texas-- (DBU Media Relations) Cy Sneed (4-3) pitched seven innings of four-hit, shutout baseball on Saturday afternoon against UT-Arlington (25-22, 13-7) as Dallas Baptist (24-23, 10-10)powered their way to a 9-3 win over the Mavericks at Clay Gould Ballpark. Duncan McAlpine, Chane Lynch, and Michael Miller all belted homeruns and Ronnie Mitchell had a two-run single to account for the Patriot runs in the contest. Blake Webster and Paul Voelker combined to close out the game with all three UTA runs coming in the ninth inning. The win for DBU sets up a Sunday rubber match in Arlington.
The Patriots opened the scoring in the first inning as Mitchell walked and Miller singled to put two aboard for McAlpine. The Patriot third baseman worked a full count before sending his team-leading thirteenth homerun over the leftfield wall. The blast gave DBU an early 3-0 lead and pushed McAlpine to within one homerun of the all-time DBU career record of 45, shared by Chris Gavriel and Trevor Head.

Sacramento State 6, Seattle U 4
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BELLEVUE, Wash. — (SAC Media Relations) Andrew Ayers' two-run home run in the eighth innings broke a 4-4 tie and propelled the Sacramento State baseball team to a 6-4 victory at Seattle U on Saturday afternoon. The Hornets now lead the series, 2-0, and will be looking to complete the sweep on Sunday at noon.

Sacramento State won its fifth consecutive game and its seven in the last eight while improving to 29-18 overall and 12-8 in Western Athletic Conference games. The Redhawks are now 18-28 overall and 7-12 in conference games.

Seattle took an early lead with a run in the first and two in the third. The first came on a solo home run from Nate Roberts and the later pair on a two-run shot from Cullen Hendrickson.

New Mexico State 9, San Jose State 0
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LAS CRUCES, N.M. – (NMSU Media Relations) Senior starting pitcher Ryan Beck threw a complete game shutout as the New Mexico State baseball team defeated San Jose State 9-0 at Presley Askew Field, Saturday, May 4. The Aggies improve to 26-21 on the year and 11-9 in Western Athletic Conference play.

Beck worked all nine innings and tallied three strikeouts allowing just one run on six hits on one walk.  The NM State defense allowed two errors but got out of situations like it did in the seventh when it pulled a 6-3-1 double play.
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