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WAC Baseball Recaps - May 7
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Sacramento State 4, UC Davis 3
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DAVIS, Calif. — (SAC Media Relations) Sacramento State scored four runs in the eighth inning to rally for a 4-3 win over UC Davis on Tuesday at Dobbins Stadium. With the win, the Hornets improved to 30-19 overall and recorded back-to-back 30 win seasons for the first time since 1992-93.

"I think (winning 30 games) says a lot about these kids," Sacramento State head coach Reggie Christiansen said. "I think back to where we were just a few years ago, winning 19 games, and its a lot of the same players. Thirty wins is the benchmark in college baseball and we got there and all the credit goes to the kids."

Texas Tech 7, Dallas Baptist 2
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LUBBOCK, Texas--(DBU Media Relations) On a normal day, the Dallas Baptist Patriots (25-24) would be satisfied with ten hits in a ballgame. On Tuesday afternoon in Lubbock, Texas, however, only one of those hits came with men in scoring position as DBU fell to Texas Tech (23-26), 7-2. The Patriots had twelve opportunities with men on second and third and were unable to get the run-scoring hits as even the one hit with runners on those bases failed to score a run, only move him to third. Freshman Cory Taylor was handed the loss as he failed to record an out in the second inning and allowed four runs on two hits in his one-plus inning of work, walking three and striking out two.

Washington 7, Seattle U 2
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Seattle, Wash. - (SU Media Relations) Seattle University and Washington engaged in a pitcher’s duel for the first five innings, but the Huskies broke through with a six-run sixth inning on their way to a 7-2 victory over the Redhawks Tuesday evening at Husky Ballpark.

Washington (17-29) struck first when Jayce Ray led off the bottom of the first with a bloop single into left-center field. Ray advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Andrew Ely, stole third base, and scored on a groundout to shortstop hit by Robert Pehl.

Cal Poly 5, San Jose State 2
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San Jose, Calif. – (SJSU Media Relations) Two runs on five hits proved not enough against #22-ranked Cal Poly on Tuesday night at Municipal Stadium, as the Spartans fell 5-2 in nonconference action.

Nine San Jose State pitchers combined to allow Cal Poly’s nine hits and five runs. The Mustangs scattered runs in the second, third and fourth innings and then put up the only crooked number of the night in the eighth.
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