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WAC Baseball Recaps - April 19
Courtesy: Utah Valley

Utah Valley 6, Sacramento State 0
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. –(UVU Media Relations) Danny Beddes tossed a four-hit shutout, helping Utah Valley University to a 6-0 win over WAC-leading Sacramento State on Sunday at John Smith Field. The Wolverines (15-22, 8-7) scored five runs in the third inning en route to salvaging the series finale and avoiding a sweep.

For the second week in a row, the Wolverines relied on Beddes to avoid the sweep, and for the second straight week the sophomore delivered, stifling the WAC’s top hitting team in his first career complete game. The Hornets dropped to 24-15 and 12-3 in the WAC.

Texas-Pan American 5, Bakersfield 1
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EDINBURG –(UTPA Media Relations) The University of Texas-Pan American Broncs baseball team scored four runs in the sixth inning to come from behind and beat the California State University, Bakersfield Roadrunners 5-1 on Saturday at Edinburg Baseball Stadium.

It is the Broncs' (17-24, 7-8 WAC) third-straight Western Athletic Conference series victory.

North Dakota 7, Chicago State 1 (10)
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CHICAGO, Ill.-(UND Media Relations) What started as a pitcher's duel ended in a 7-1 win for North Dakota in 10 innings at Chicago State Saturday in Western Athletic Conference play. Behind a gem from starter freshman Zach Muckenhirn and an offensive onslaught in that final frame, North Dakota took the second game of the three-game series.

"Much better effort by our guys today," UND head coach Jeff Dodson said. "The intensity was great today and the way the guys responded in the 10th was great to see. Overall, a team effort today with Muckenhirn going into the 10th for us and earning the win."

Grand Canyon 12, Northern Colorado 5
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Greeley, Colo.-(GCU Media Relations) The Grand Canyon University baseball team (20-17, 9-5 WAC) used a strong offensive output to win, 12-5, over Northern Colorado (6-32, 1-13 WAC) today at Jackson Field in Greeley, Colo. The Antelopes collected a season-best 17 hits in the win, their 15th double-digit hitting affair of the season.

"It starts with starting pitching and Andrew (Naderer) did a great job today," said head coach Andy Stankiewicz. "Today's start looked like yesterday's where we had a runner on third with no outs and couldn't get him across home plate. Sometimes you can get frustrated with that, but Andrew really picked us up early today. We needed someone to give us seven or eight innings and that is exactly what he did."

New Mexico State 5, Seattle U 3
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LAS CRUCES, N.M. –(NMSU Media Relations) A lead-off walk in the bottom of the seventh led to the go-ahead run boosting the New Mexico State baseball team to a 5-3 win over Seattle U, Saturday, April 19 at Presley Askew Field. The Aggies are now 16-20 on the season while Seattle falls to 17-18.

The game was tied 3-3 after the seventh inning stretch and junior outfielder Kyle Young led the bottom half of the inning off with a walk before he advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt. The ninth batter in the Aggie lineup flied-out in foul territory. Junior outfielder Michael Medina was intentionally to put runners on first and second before freshman Chad Ramsey hit an RBI single to centerfield bringing in Young to give NM State a 4-3 lead. The Aggies scored again when junior outfielder Michael Paulson singled to center for an RBI to bring score Medina while giving his team a 5-3 advantage.

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