Let’s see, you just swept four games from a team that went to the NCAA tournament last year, while in the process you beat their All American pitcher in the first game, you won impressively even with a large cast of newbies and… well, on top of all that, rival Texas lost again.
■ Baseball sweeps San Diego State (OUDaily.com)
OU was able to lean on its bullpen and hitters, who displayed they could launch balls out of the yard as well as successfully play small-ball, to win the first two games of the series 7-4 and 17-5 in come-from-behind fashion.
■ Tech baseball dominates weekend slate of games (Daily Toreador)
Fans saw a little bit of everything from Texas Tech baseball’s season opener this weekend.The one constant? The Red Raiders (4-0) always found a way to win, whether it was from an abundant offense or stifling pitching.“We came out really strong,” Tech left-fielder Michael Reed said. “A lot of good pitching, defense backed us up, a lot of timely hitting.”
■ Baylor baseball team concludes QTI Classic with win over number 22 Georgia (Bleacher Report)
■ Too early for UT baseball fans to panic (Austin American-Statesman)
“We did play two good clubs,” Bears head coach Steve Smith told Baylor’s official athletic site. “Obviously we are pleased to have won three out of four. It was a good start to the first part of the season"
Augie Garrido took out his frustrations on an unsuspecting radio headset after Saturday's loss to New Mexico but he was in a much better frame of mind Sunday even though his team lost again.So why the change of reaction? That's an easy one. Garrido saw some positives outside of a scoreboard that read: New Mexico 3, Texas 1. He noticed three scorched balls that reached the warning track and could have easily been home runs on another day. He noticed the Horns did not commit an error. He appreciated the 62/3 solid innings he got from lefty pitcher Austin Dicharry.■ Huskers unravel in extra innings for third straight loss (examiner.com)
Nebraska's offense was much more impressive in today's match up but the pitching staff is still searching for answers. It's already clear in this extremely young season the Anderson's squad has a tough time finishing games which could spell doom for the Big Red if the problem isn't fixed in a hurry■ Aggie offense makes Seton Hall walk the plank (the batt.com)
The Texas A&M baseball team flexed its offensive muscles Saturday at Olsen Field, sweeping Seton Hall in a doubleheader by a combined score of 19-9.