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WAC Baseball Recaps - April 29
Courtesy: Seattle U

Seattle U 6, #7 Washington 3
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Seattle, Wash.-(SU Media Relations) After allowing the University of Washington to take the early lead, Seattle University put together a five-run fourth inning, and the Redhawk pitching shut down the Husky offense, as Seattle U defeated #7 Washington, 6-3, Tuesday evening at Husky Ballpark.

Chase Fields (Ontario, Ore.) led off the game with a single up the middle and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Michael McCann (Vancouver, Wash.). Back-to-back walks drawn by Landon Cray (Chimacum, Wash.) and Brian Olson (Black Diamond, Wash.) loaded the bases, and Cullen Hendrickson (Auburn, Wash.) followed with a single to center field that scored Fields. However, the Redhawks could not take further advantage of the bases-loaded situation, as Washington starter Will Ballowe earned a strikeout and a lineout to end the Seattle U threat.

Sacramento State 7, Menlo 1
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. –(SAC Media Relations) Three Hornet pitchers combined to allow just four hits and one run while the offense totaled 12 hits and pushed across seven runs in a 7-1 victory over Menlo College on Tuesday at John Smith Field.

The Oaks, who are ranked No. 25 in the NAIA national poll, ended their regular season with the loss to drop to 28-26. Sacramento State improved to 18-7 at home this year and 28-17 overall, just two wins shy of the program's third-consecutive 30-win season.

Northern Colorado 6, Air Force 2
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GREELEY –(NC Media Relations) A far cry from previous games with Air Force, Northern Colorado and the Falcons battled to their lowest-scoring meeting of the year Tuesday in a 6-2 victory for the Bears.

Northern Colorado's (7-37) pitchers were effective all game, allowing Air Force (15-29) to score only single runs in the first and third innings and giving up only four hits all game, including just one in the final six innings. Josh Tinnon (Niwot) started the game and pitched two innings, giving up two hits and one run while striking out two in two innings.

North Dakota 4, North Dakota State 3
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FARGO, N.D.-- Senior Patrick Riewer pitched a complete game in his first career start in a UND uniform, lifting visiting North Dakota past North Dakota State, 4-3, Tuesday evening in non-conference action at Newman Outdoor Field. Riewer threw 135 pitches and did not allow a run past the third inning as North Dakota picked up its first non-conference win of the season.

"Patrick just got stronger as the game went along," UND head coach Jeff Dodson. "I kept asking him how he was doing and I got the vibe to just leave him alone, so I did. He didn't lose velocity, he didn't lose anything on any of his pitches. He gave us an opportunity to save the arms for this weekend."

Incarnate Word 6, Texas-Pan American 2
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EDINBURG –(UTPA Media Relations) The University of Texas-Pan American Broncs baseball team fell in its final non-conference game of the regular season, 6-2 to the University of the Incarnate Word Cardinals on Tuesday at Daniel Sullivan Field.

The Broncs (19-27) were held silent for the first five innings. Down 6-0 in the sixth, however, senior Alex Howe hit an infield-single and senior Dillon Engelhart walked. Redshirt freshman McAllen Memorial alum Bryant Stites followed with a RBI-single, and then, after a walk loaded the bases, freshman Blake Thomas hit a sacrifice fly to bring the Broncs within four.

Brigham Young 6, Utah Valley 4
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OREM, Utah –(UVU Media Relations) Utah Valley University came up short in its attempt at a ninth-inning comeback, falling 6-4 to BYU on Tuesday night at Brent Brown Ballpark in front of a season-high 4,122 fans.

In the bottom of the ninth, Mark Krueger led off with a single and later, with two outs, Greyson Bogden singled and Craig Brinkherhoff was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Beau Kallas pinch hit and worked the count full, but went down swinging against Brandon Kinser, who pitched 2.1 scoreless innings to earn his fifth save.

Arizona State 2, New Mexico State 0
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TEMPE, Ariz. –(NMSU Media Relations) Starting pitcher Trey Higginbotham worked 3.1 innings on the mound and relief pitcher Riley Barr finished the game working 4.2 innings as the New Mexico State baseball team fell 2-0 to Arizona State, Tuesday, April 29 at Packard Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. The Aggies are now 17-23 overall and ASU moves to 24-17 on the year.

Higginbotham allowed just one run to cross the plate in the bottom of the first and Barr allowed one run to cross the plate in the bottom of the seventh as the two pitchers combined for six strikeouts while giving up just four hits. Higginbotham was credited with the loss and falls to 0-4 on the year.

Cal State Northridge 9, Bakersfield 8
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif.--Cal State Northridge (16-28) outslugged Bakersfield (17-26) 9-8 Tuesday night at Hardt Field.

The Roadrunners opened the scoring with four runs in the bottom of the first. The Matadors responded with a tally in the top of the second. Taking advantage of two Bakersfield errors in the top of the fourth, the Matadors scored six runs for a 7-4 lead.

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