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WAC Baseball Recaps - May 12
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UTSA 6, New Mexico State 4
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SAN ANTONIO – (UTSA Media Relations) UTSA rallied from a 4-2 deficit by scoring four unanswered runs in its final five at-bats and the Roadrunners earned a 6-4 victory to complete the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) sweep of New Mexico State on Sunday afternoon at Roadrunner Field.

UTSA (28-22, 12-11 WAC), which clinched a spot in the league tournament with the win, plated a run in the fourth and scored three times in the sixth to overtake the Aggies (27-24, 12-12 WAC) for good.

Matt Sims (4-2), who entered the game with two outs in the fourth, limited New Mexico State to just two hits over his four innings of work to earn the win.

Dallas Baptist 5, Louisiana Tech 0
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DALLAS, Texas- (DBU Media Relations) Needing a win to avoid a sweep at the hands of Louisiana Tech (18-34, 6-18), Dallas Baptist (26-26, 12-12) did just enough on offense to back up the superb pitching of righthander Cody Beam, who went one batter past eight innings, not allowing a run on three hits, to pick up his fifth win of the season. Ronnie Mitchell, Michael Miller, and Austin Listi each recorded two hits with Listi picking up a double and triple while scoring a run in the 5-0 DBU win.

The Patriots scored single runs in the first, second and fourth innings with all RBI coming on sacrifice flies. In the first inning, after singles from Boomer Collins and Ronnie Mitchell, it was Michael Miller who lifted a ball deep enough to centerfield to score the first run of the ballgame. In the second, Collins scored Chance Lynch with a flyball of his own and, in the fifth, KJ Alexander got in the RBI column with a sacrifice fly to score Austin Listi, who had led off the inning with a triple.

UT Arlington 10, Texas State 2
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ARLINGTON, Texas – (UTA Media Relations) UT Arlington retook sole possession of second place in the Western Athletic Conference with Sunday afternoon's 10-2 victory over rival Texas State at Clay Gould Ballpark.

The Mavericks (27-24) improved to 15-9 in conference with one league series remaining. The Bobcats (25-26, 14-10) had moved ahead of UTA after Friday's series-opening win, but drop back into third after losing the final two games. CSU Bakersfield continues to lead the WAC.

"I'm proud of the way we came out," UT Arlington coach Darin Thomas said. "It was a long game yesterday, and it's tough against a good club to lose the first one like we did on Friday."

Sacramento State 3, San Jose State 2
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — (SAC Media Relations) David Del Grande scored from third on a wild pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning to give Sacramento State a 3-2 win over San Jose State on Sunday at John Smith Field.

The victory gave the Hornets the series win and improved the team to 32-20 overall and 14-10 in Western Athletic Conference games. The Spartans dropped to 15-36, 9-15.

The Hornets struck first with a two-run home run from Chris Lewis, his fourth of the season, in the first inning. Those runs would be the last scored by the team until the ninth as SJSU starter D.J. Slaton was able to hold Sacramento State in check despited allowing 10 hits in 8+ innings on the mound.

CSU Bakersfield 9, Sseattle U 7
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif.— (CSUB Media Relations) Bakersfield rallied back from a 5-1 deficit to defeat Seattle U (19-32, 8-15 WAC) 9-7 to sweep the Redhawks Sunday afternoon. The victory gave the 'Runners a sweep of the Redhawks and marked the 34th (34-18, 17-7 WAC) of the year for the program, a new school record (33 was the old mark, set in 2011).

A Nick Latta three-run home run in the top of the third highlighted a five-run Seattle U outburst as the Redhawks took a 5-1 lead after 2 ½. CSUB scored two in the bottom of the third to get to within two.

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