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WAC Baseball Recaps - May 18
Courtesy: UTSA

Texas State 12, Dallas Baptist 8
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SAN MARCOS, Texas – (TXST Media Relations) Texas State used an outstanding six-run sixth inning to give the Bobcat seniors a victory on senior day in their regular season finale at Bobcat Ballpark. Colby Targun was 2-for-3 with three RBI, three runs and a homer while senior Kevin Sah also knocked three RBI to help clinch the series against Dallas Baptist with a 12-8 win. The victory also clinched the third seed in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament to be played Wednesday through Sunday in Grand Prairie.

The game was back and forth with Dallas Baptist scoring the opening two runs, but the teams combined for six lead changes or ties the rest of the way. The final lead change came in the bottom of the sixth when Texas State, trailing 8-6, exploded for six runs and never looked back.

Seattle U 7, New Mexico State 6
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Bellevue, Wash. - (SU Media Relations) The Seattle University bullpen kept the Redhawks in the game, and the offense finally broke through for three runs in the sixth inning, allowing Seattle U to defeat New Mexico State, 7-6, Saturday afternoon in a Western Athletic Conference baseball contest at Courter Field.

Kyle Doyle (Covington, Wash.) came on in the second inning in relief of Redhawk starter Ted Hammond (Shoreline, Wash.) and immediately allowed a two-run double that extended New Mexico State’s lead to 6-2. Doyle settled down and gave up just one hit and two walks over the next 4 1/3 innings to keep the Aggies from further increasing their advantage.

UT Arlington 6, Sacramento State 5
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SACRAMENTO, California – (UTA Media Relations) UT Arlington swept Sacramento State and kept its hopes for a Western Athletic Conference regular-season championship with Saturday afternoon's 6-5 victory at John Smith Field.

The Mavericks finished the regular season at 30-25 overall and 18-9 in their lone season in the WAC. Should CSU Bakersfield (35-20, 18-8) lose Sunday at San Jose State, UT Arlington shares the title with CSUB.

The Mavericks are assured of the No. 2 seed at the Western Conference Tournament, which opens Wednesday at QuikTrip Ballpark in Grand Prairie. Even if UT Arlington ties CSUB, the Roadrunners are the top seed on the basis of winning the season series 2-1.

CSU Bakersfield 14, San Jose State 6
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SAN JOSE, Calif.--(CSUB Meddia Relations) CSU Bakersfield (35-20, 18-8 WAC) scored 12 runs over the final two innings as the Roadrunners defeated San Jose State (16-38, 10-16 WAC) 14-6 Saturday afternoon. With the victory, the ‘Runners clinched its first Western Athletic Conference baseball title in its first season in the league and the No. 1 seed at next week’s WAC Tournament.

Matt Carroll’s sacrifice fly in the bottom of the first scored Michael Gerlach to give the Spartans an early lead. San Jose State’s Kyle Hassna, who was making just his second start of the year, retired the first 10 CSUB batters he faced before Tyler Shyrock (Jr., Tehachapi, Calif., Desert Christian HS) reached on an error with one out in the top of the fourth. Cael Brockmeyer (Jr., Vineyard Haven, Mass., Avon Old Farms HS), tied the game with the ‘Runners first hit of the game, an RBI double that plated Shryock with two outs in the fourth.

UTSA 3, Louisiana Tech 2
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RUSTON, La. – (UTSA Media Relations) UTSA rallied from a 2-0 deficit to score three times in the seventh inning and the Roadrunners held on to complete the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) sweep over Louisiana Tech with a 3-2 victory on Saturday at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park.

UTSA (31-23, 15-11 WAC) loaded the bases with two outs in the seventh. Riley Good then posted a two-run single the bounced off shortstop Taylor Terrasas' glove and into center field. John Welborn, who reached in front of Good after being hit by a pitch, went around to third base and then scored the go-ahead run after Corey White's throw from center went wide of the bag.

Nolan Trabanino and Matt Sims made the lead hold up, as the two hurlers combined to allow only a walk and a single in the final three frames,

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