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WAC Baseball Recaps - May 11
Courtesy: Grand Canyon

Texas-Pan American 2, Sacramento State 0
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EDINBURG –(UTPA Media Relations) Senior Andy Fortuna hit his first-career home run in the final at-bat of his final home game to send the University of Texas-Pan American Broncs baseball team past the Sacramento State Hornets 2-0 on Sunday at Edinburg Baseball Stadium.

The Broncs (24-28, 14-10 WAC) are now assured of one of the top six seeds and a spot in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament.

Grand Canyon 7, North Dakota 3
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Grand Forks, ND-(GCU Media Relations) The Grand Canyon University baseball team (28-20, 17-7 WAC) got the series sweep over the University of North Dakota (10-26, 8-13 WAC) with today's 7-3 victory at Kraft Memorial Field in Grand Forks, N.D. It is the second Western Athletic Conference series sweep for the Antelopes, who took three from visiting Chicago State from March 28-30 at Brazell Stadium.

Heading into the final weekend of WAC play, the Lopes are now just 1.0 game behind leader Sacramento State.

Northern Colorado 6, Chicago State 4
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CHICAGO –(UNC Media Relations) Northern Colorado Baseball made the most of its weekend in the Land of Lincoln, coming away with a sweep of Chicago State following a 6-4 victory on Sunday in the series finale.

The Bears (10-40 4-20 WAC) got another strong start on the hill, as Josh Tinnon (Niwot) went 6 2/3 innings and gave up just six hits and one walk while striking out three and allowing one unearned run.

New Mexico State 19, Bakersfield 7
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. –(NMSU Media Relations) The New Mexico State baseball team got a total team effort Sunday afternoon defeating Bakersfield 19-7 on a season-high 24 hits at Hardt Field in Bakersfield, Calif. The Aggies are now 18-27 overall and 10-11 in Western Athletic Conference play and CSUB falls to 23-28 on the year and 14-10 in conference action.

The NM State offense got a solid showing from senior first baseman Kristoffer Koerper, who finished the day going 6-of-7 from the dish with two doubles, three singles and a home run to go along with a season-high seven RBI using a wood bat. Koerper’s seven RBI is the most for any Aggie this season. Sophomore shortstop Kent Blackstone was 3-for-3 on the day with two runs scored and sophomore outfielder Joseph Koerper had a 3-of-6 day with a run scored and an RBI.

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