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WAC Baseball Recaps - May 10
Courtesy: UTSA

Sacramento State 4, San Jose State 1
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — (SAC Media Relations) Sophomore Brennan Leitao provided another gem and the Hornets offense jumped to an early lead to spark Sacramento State to a 4-1 victory over San Jose State on Friday at John Smith Field.

The victory gave the Hornets (31-19) their seventh win in the last eight games and their ninth out of the last 11. Sacramento State also improved to 13-9 in Western Athletic Conference games.

Leitao was masterful through his eight innings. The Irvine, Calif., native is now 8-2 overall, including a 7-1 record and 1.55 ERA in WAC games. Leitao only allowed a bloop double and a bunt single through his first seven innings. A leadoff double in the eighth by Sheldon Dacquioag down the left field line was the first solid hit surrendered during the day. Dacquioag eventually scored SJSU's only run as he came home on a single up the middle by Andre Mercurio.

Texas State 7, UT Arlington 2
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ARLINGTON, Texas – (TXST Media Relations) Texas State moved above .500 with a statement win over UT Arlington to break the second place tie in the Western Athletic Conference with a 7-2 victory Friday night. Lucas Humpal stymied the Mavericks for six innings and the Bobcats knocked the UTA pitchers around for 13 hits.

Cody Lovejoy led the Bobcats offensively with three hits while Andrew Stumph tallied two RBI on a walk and a hit. He also scored two runs. Morgan Mickan and Garrett Mattlage each had two hits while Mickan scored three runs, and five others registered a hit in the game.

Humpal only gave up five hits in 6.1 innings of work. He walked three and let two runs score but struck out five batters. Donnie Hart and Hunter Lemke closed out the game and only gave up one hit combined.

UTSA 9, New Mexico State 4
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SAN ANTONIO — (UTSA Media Relations) UTSA scored five runs in the first and Brock Hartson held New Mexico State in check in a 9-4 victory on Friday night at Roadrunner Field.

Hartson (7-4) guided the Roadrunners (26-22, 10-11 WAC) to their fourth consecutive Friday night win while allowing only four hits and matching his season high with seven strikeouts.

The Aggies (27-22, 12-10 WAC) took a 2-0 lead in the opening frame, thanks to Quinnton Mack's two-run homer.

CSU Bakersfield 13, Seattle U 1 (7)
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif.—(CSUB Media Relations) Seven consecutive hits for Bakersfield (31-18, 14-7 WAC) in the bottom of the second led to eight runs as the Roadrunners handed Seattle U (19-29, 8-12 WAC) a 13-1 loss Friday night.

Bakersfield sent 13 batters to the plate during the second inning outburst. Jordie Hein battled back from an 0-2 count to drive in two runs with a single. Oscar Sanay (Jr., Chula Vista, Calif., Bonita Vista HS) also drove in two runs during the inning.

Jeff McKenzie (Sr., El Dorado Hills, Calif., San JoaquinDeltaCollege) won his 12th game (12-1) of the year, tying Vanderbilt’s Tyler Beede for the Division I lead. McKenzie struck out six, scattering six hits. McKenzie struck out eight, walked one, and picked off one runner. The lone run he gave up was unearned and he lowered his ERA to 1.76 on the season.

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