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WAC Baseball Recaps - May 14
Courtesy: Dallas Baptist

Dallas Baptist 6, #18 Oklahoma 4
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NORMAN, Oklahoma -- (DBU Athletics) For the sixth straight time dating back to 2011, the Dallas Baptist Patriots (27-26) defeated the Oklahoma Sooners (35-17) as the Patriots traveled to Norman, Oklahoma, Tuesday night and picked up a 6-4 win. Austin Listi picked up a bases-clearing, two-out double in the decisive third inning and Boomer Collins belted an insurance homerun in the ninth as five different Patriot pitchers combined to limit the Sooners to five hits on the night. Paul Voelker allowed one unearned run in his first Division I start and Aaron Gilbreath (2-0) was credited with the win after throwing two scoreless innings in relief. Cory Taylor, Brandon Koch, and Joseph Shaw - the same three freshman who shut out the Sooners just two weeks ago in a 2-0 Patriot win - finished the final four innings with only Taylor allowing a run on two hits. Shaw picked up his fourth save of the season.
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Sacramento State 3, Pacific 1
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STOCKTON, Calif. – (SAC Media Relations) Kyle Moses had three hits, including the second of back-to-back RBI doubles in the fifth inning to back Zach Morgan’s strong start and help Sacramento State to a 3-1 win at Pacific on Tuesday night.

The Hornets improved to 33-20 overall and are now 11-2 in midweek games. The Tigers fell to 13-34.

Morgan earned his sixth win of the season (6-2) after lasting 8.1 innings and allowing a run on eight hits with four walks and two strikeouts. Freshman Sutter McLoughlin entered with runners on first and second with one out and proceeded to strike out his first batter before getting a flyout to end the game for his 17th save.
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Louisiana Tech 7, Northwestern State 2
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RUSTON, La. - (LT Media Relations) Louisiana Tech scored four runs in the first inning and never looked back as the Bulldogs defeated Northwestern State, 7-2, to take the season series Tuesday night at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park in Ruston.

In the first inning, LA Tech (19-34) batted around and scored four runs off three hits for a four-run advantage early on in the game. Tech scored seven runs off nine hits as freshman starter Adam Derouen held off Northwestern State (15-38) hitters, while allowing one run on the night.

"I finally felt comfortable on the mound tonight," Derouen said of the win. "In my first few starts, I was a still a little nervous, but tonight I felt a lot more comfortable. I tried to make contact to get a lot of ground balls and the defense stepped up and did their job to get the win."
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San Francisco 14, San Jose State 3
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San Francisco, Calif. – (SJSU Media Relations) San Jose State was defeated 14-3 by USF in nonconference action at Benedetti Diamond on Tuesday afternoon.

The Dons (32-21) got out to a 4-0 lead after three innings, with Derek Atkinson jumpstarting the offense with his first home run of the season in the second.
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#20 Rice 5, Texas State 4
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SAN MARCOS, Texas – (TXST Media Relations) Texas State came back from a 3-0 deficit to tie the game, but fell back in the fifth inning. Then, heading into the ninth, the Bobcats faced a two-run deficit and started to rally, scoring one run, until Rice was finally able to close the game out, 5-4. The Bobcats drop to 25-27 on the season.

Despite the loss, there were some bright spots for Texas State. Freshman Cory Geisler went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run in just the 10th start of his collegiate career. His RBI was the first of the game to help the Bobcats get started on a three-run comeback.

Garrett Mattlage continued his consistent play with a 2-for-4 day, scoring two runs while Nick Smelser was 1-for-3 with two RBI to tie the game at 3-3. Young pitchers Steven Keenum and Austen Williams made good showings as well, combining for just one hit, one walk and two strikeouts in 2.2 innings. Kyle Finnegan notched two strikeouts in two innings of work.
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TCU 2, UT Arlington 1
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FORT WORTH, Texas - (UTA Media Relations) The UT Arlington Mavericks fell to 27-25 on the year with a 2-1 loss to TCU Tuesday at Lupton Stadium.

"I think we pitched well and we had a lot of hits tonight," UT Arlington coach Darin Thomas said. "I think tonight gave confidence to some guys that needed it and hopefully they take that down the stretch."

Despite only scoring one run, eight of nine Maverick batters had a hit in the contest against TCU. John Michael Twichell singled to tie the game in the top of the sixth inning after the Horned Frogs earned a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Matt Shortall and Greg McCall each had two hits in the 2-1 loss.
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Baylor 4, UTSA 3
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WACO — (UTSA Media Relations) UTSA left the tying run at third base in the sixth and ninth innings, but Baylor escaped with a 4-3 victory on Tuesday night.

The Roadrunners (28-23) threatened to send the contest into extra frames in the ninth after John Welborn registered a pinch-hit single. After Welborn was moved to second on Jesse Baker's sacrifice bunt, he advanced to third on Horacio Correa III's ground out. However, Bears closer Crayton Bare induced a Riley Good fly out to end the game.
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#27 Cal Poly 10, CSU Bakersfield 4
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SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif.— (CSUB Media Relations) No. 27 Cal Poly (34-16) defeated Bakersfield (34-19) 10-4 in the final non-conference game of the 2013 season for the Roadrunners.

Cael Brockmeyer’s (Jr., Vineyard Haven, Mass., Avon Old Farms HS) sac fly plated Oscar Sanay (Jr., Chula Vista, Calif., Bonita Vista HS) for his team leading 48th RBI in the top of the first gave CSUB an early advantage. RBI’s from Brian Mundell, Nick Torres, and David Armendriz in the bottom of the first gave the Mustangs the lead.
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