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WAC Baseball Tournament 
Grand Prairie, Texas (QuikTrip Park) 
May 22-26

Final Tournament Bracket (PDF)

Wednesday, May 22
Game 1 - #4 UTSA def. #5 Sacramento State, 3-2 (14)
Postgame Video: UTSA Coach Jason Marshall
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Game 2 - #1 CSU Bakersfield def. #8 San Jose State, 11-3
Postgame Video: CSUB Coach Bill Kernen | CSUB Triple Play
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Game 3 - #2 UT Arlington def. #7 Dallas Baptist, 2-0
Postgame Video: UTA Coach Darin Thomas
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Thursday, May 23
Game 4 - #3 Texas State def. #6 New Mexico State, 9-4
Postgame Audio: TXST Garrett Mattlage and coach Ty Harrington
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Game 5 - #4 UTSA def. #8 San Jose State, 13-3 (8)
Postgame Video: UTSA Coach Jason Marshall | UTSA Infielder Mike Warren  
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Game 6 - #1 CSU Bakersfield def. #5 Sacramento State, 7-1
Postgame Video: CSUB Coach Bill Kernen | CSUB SS Tyler Shryock
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Friday, May 24
Game 7 - #7 Dallas Baptist def. #3 Texas State, 7-5
Postgame Video: DBU catcher Michael Miller | DBU coach Dan Heefner
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Game 8 - #6 New Mexico State def. #2 UT Arlington, 4-3
Postgame Video: NMSU coach Rocky Ward | NMSU Pitcher Ryan Beck
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Game 9 - #4 UTSA  def. #1 CSU Bakersfield, 1-0
Postgame Video: UTSA Coach Jason Marshall | UTSA Pitcher Matt Sims | 
Horacio Correa Catch at Shortstop |  CSUB Double Play Highlight
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Saturday, May 25
Game 10 - #5 Sacramento State def. #8 San Jose State, 3-0
Postgame Video: Sac St. 3B Will Soto | Sac. St. coach Reggie Christiansen
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Game 11 - #7 Dallas Baptist def. #6 New Mexico State, 12-4
Postgame Video: DBU Coach Dan Heefner | DBU catcher Michael Miller
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Game 12 - #3 Texas State def. #2 UT Arlington, 11-2
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TXST Coach Ty Harrington | TXST pitcher Mitchell Pitts  
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Sunday, May 26                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
Championship Game - #4 UTSA def. #7 Dallas Baptist, 11-4
Postgame Video: Celebration Video | UTSA Coach Jason Marshall
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2013 All-WAC Team

Championship Game  – UTSA 11, Dallas Baptist 4
Brock Hartson worked 7.1 innings on the mound and gave up only one earned run, four hits and two walks to help lead UTSA to an 11-4 win over Dallas Baptist in the championship game of the 2013 WAC Baseball Tournament. John Bormann went 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBI to help lead the Roadrunner offense. Riley Good also had a pair of RBI on the day. UTSA earns the WAC's auto bid into next week's NCAA Tournament.

ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM
Michael Miller, C, Dallas Baptist
Oscar Sanay, IF, CSU Bakersfield
Colby Targun, IF, Texas State
Andrew Ayers, IF, Sacramento State
Kyle Phillips, OF, New Mexico State
Brock Hartson, P, UTSA
Mike Wesolowski, IF, Dallas Baptist
Matt Sims, P, UTSA
Riley Good, OF, UTSA
RJ Perucki, IF, UTSA
John Bormann, UTSA
Most Valuable Player: Matt Sims, P, UTSA

Game 12 – Texas State 11, UT Arlington 2
Mitchell Pitts pitched 5.1 innings without giving up an earned run to help life Texas State to an 11-2 win over UT Arlington. Pitts scattered four hits and struck out three to earn his fourth win of the season. Kevin Sah went 3-for-5 at the plate with three runs scored, an inside-the-park home run, and a pair of RBI. Colby Targun also went 3-for-5 with three runs scored and two RBI. Targun's was only a home run short of hitting for the cycle. Garrett Mattlage led the Bobcats with a team-high 3 RBI. 

Game 11 – Dallas Baptist 12, New Mexico State 4
Michael Miller went 4-for-5 at the plate with three runs, two home runs and six RBI to lead Dallas Baptist to a 12-4 win over New Mexico State. Miller hit a single, double, and two home runs, coming up just a triple short of hitting for the cycle. Duncan McAlpine went 3-for-4 with a run, a walk and an RBI. Mike Wesolowski hit a home run and scored a pair of runs in the win. Paul Voelker was credited with the win on the mound after going 3.1 innings while allowing only four hits and one run.

Game 10 – Sacramento State 3, San Jose State 0
Zach Morgan pitched 8.0 shutout innings with five strikeouts to lead Sacramento State to a 3-0 win over San Jose State in both teams final contest of the 2013 WAC Baseball Tournament. Morgan scattered six hits and only walked one.  Will Soto led the Hornets at the plate, going 2-for-4 with three RBI. Andrew Ayers went 3-for-4 with two runs scored. The shutout, combined with UTSA's shutout in the prior game marks the first back-to-back shutouts in the WAC Tournament since it happened in 1973.

Game 9 – UTSA 1, CSU Bakersfield 0

Matt Sims pitched 5.0 innings without giving up a hit or a run to lead UTSA to a 1-0 win over CSU Bakersfield and a spot in Sunday's WAC Tournament championship game. Sims only walked two and struck out three for his sixth victory of the season. Mike Warren drove in the lone run of the game to secure the victory for UTSA. The game was suspended Friday night in the fifth inning due to weather, and then continued on Saturday morning. CSU Bakersfield wraps up its season with a 37-22 record.

Game 8 – New Mexico State 4, UT Arlington 3
Ryan Beck went 7.2 innings on the mound with six strikeout while allowing no earned runs to lead New Mexico State to a 4-3 win over UT Arlington. Beck scattered nine hits and only walked two for his eighth win of the season. Evan Mott came into the game in relief, pitching 1.1 innings without giving up a run and allowing only one hit with two strikeouts for the save. Kyle Phillips went 2-for-3 in the game with two runs, a home run and an RBI. 

Game 7 – Dallas Baptist 7, Texas State 5

Michael Miller hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the fifth inning to help lift Dallas Baptist to a 7-5 win over Texas State, the first upset according to seed in the tournament. Jake Johansen worked 5.1 innings on the mound for the Patriots, allowing only two runs and two walks to earn his seventh victory of the season. He also had seven strikeouts. Aaron Gilbreath came into the game for the Patriots in relief, going 3.2 innings to earn the save. 

Game 6 – CSU Bakersfield 7, Sacramento State 1

Jonathon Montoya pitched 5.0 shutout innings while giving up only two hits to lead CSU Bakersfield to a 7-1 win. Montoya improves to 4-3 on the season with the victory. Cael Brockmeyer helped the Roadrunners at the plate with a 2-for-3 performance that included a pair of walks and an RBI. Tyler Shryock recorded two hits, two runs and an RBI. Kevin Young recorded four walks and as a team, CSUB registered 12 walks, both of which are school records. 

Game 5 – UTSA 13, San Jose State 3 (8)

First baseman Mike Warren had a 5-for-5 performance at the plate with one run and two RBI to help lift UTSA to a 13-3 eight-inning win over San Jose State. As a team, UTSA went 20-for-41 at the plate and left 12 runners on base. Riley Good went 5-for-6 with three runs and two RBI. Daniel Rockett and RJ Perucki both hit home runs--Rockett's 10th of the year and Perucki's 12th. Logan Onda picked up the win on the mound, working 5.0 innings while giving up only one run.

Game 4 – Texas State 9, New Mexico State 4

Garrett Mattlage went 3-for-5 at the plate with a run scored, two RBI and a home run to help lead Texas State to a 9-4 win over New Mexico State. Lucas Humpal led the Bobcats on the mound, pitching 6.2 innings with four strikeouts. Humpal gave up only two runs and two walks. Colby Targun went 2-for-4 with a run and two RBI.

Game 3 – UT Arlington 2, Dallas Baptist 0

Brad Vachon worked 7.2 shutout innings on the mound, allowing only two hits with a career-high 11 strikeouts to lead UT Arlington to a 2-0 win over Dallas Baptist. Daniel milliman came into the game in the ninth to strikeout the final batter of the game to earn the save. Brandon Lawrence went 2-for-3 at the plate with one run scored and an RBI. Greg McCall also went 2-for-3 with a run scored.

Game 2 – CSU Bakersfield 11, San Jose State 3

Oscar Sanay went 3-for-4 at the plate with two runs scored and two RBI to lead CSU Bakersfield to an 11-3 win over San Jose State. CSUB ace Jeff McKenzie pitched his sixth complete game of the season, going 9.0 innings with three strikeouts for his 13th win of the season. Frank Martinez helped the Roadrunners with a 2-for-4 performance at the plate with a team-high four RBI. 

Game 1 – UTSA 3, Sacramento State 2 (14)

RJ Perucki hit a walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the 14th inning to give UTSA a 3-2 win over Sacramento State in the first game of the 2013 WAC Tournament. The 14 innings marks the most innings ever played in WAC Tournament history. Matt Sims came into the game in relief, working 6.2 innings without giving up a run and allowing only three hits to secure the win.

Baseball
WAC
Overall
Sacramento State
11-2
23-14
Grand Canyon
8-4
19-16
North Dakota
6-3
6-16
Seattle U
6-4
16-16
New Mexico State
6-4
14-19
Bakersfield
7-6
14-21
Utah Valley
7-6
14-21
Texas-Pan American
6-7
16-23
Chicago State
0-9
10-23
Northern Colorado
0-12
5-31
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CSU Bakersfield -
Grand Canyon -
New Mexico State -
North Dakota -
Northern Colorado -
Seattle U -
UTPA -
Utah Valley -