, Muskogee, OK


April 12, 2014

College baseball and softball roundup


BACONE SWEEPS — Tim Hill carried a no-hitter into the seventh in the second game but settled with a one-hit shutout, one of two the Warriors (24-15, 10-7) got in a 9-0, 12-0 sweep of Southwest University (7-26, 4-14) in New Mexico

Ronnie Galindo was 2-for-3 and drove in two runs. Jean Ortiz had a pair of 2-for-3 games with five RBIs, two in the opener.

In the opener, Ryan Wagoner was also 2-for-3 and drove in a pair. Tyler Delzell (4-3) scattered five hits in a seven-inning distance effort.  

TEXAS 10, OU 8 (10) – Texas scored two runs in the top of the 10th inning to grab the opener of the series in Norman on Friday. The loss drops the Sooners to 23-12, 4-3 in the Big 12, while Texas improves to 27-8 on the year, 7-3 in the Big 12. Sheldon Neuse and Craig Aikin were the only Sooners with multi-hit games with Neuse going 2-for-4 with two runs scored and one run batted in while Aikin was 2-for-5 with one run scored.

OSU 6, W. VA 0 – The Cowboys scored all six runs in the final three innings to beat the Mountaineers. OSU improves to 24-10 overall, 6-4 in the Big 12.

ORAL ROBERTS 11, SFA 1 – For the second time this season,Oral Roberts opened a conference series with a run-rule victory, beating Stephen F. Austin on the road. Each batter that came to the plate for the Golden Eagles (17-16, 5-8 Southland) got a hit.


TEXAS TECH 6, OSU 5 – The Red Raiders rallied with four runs in the seventh to take Friday’s game away from the Cowgirls. Hilldale grad Danielle Riddle was 1-for-3 for OSU (22-17, 2-6 Big 12).

CONNORS SWEPT — Connors State took a major blow in its  Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference title hopes Friday at the Cowgirls Softball Complex, losing 7-3 and 14-3 in six innings to Seminole State.

The Cowgirls (26-9, 10-6) were swept by the league-leading Belles (29-7, 19-3) in the four-game season series.

Kristen Reasnor (10-4) took the loss in the opener despite aiding her cause with a two-run single. Jessica Christian suffered her first loss in five decisions in the second game.

NSU SPLITS — Alyssa Aguilar was 3-for-4 with four RBIs to lead NSU (25-21, 11-9) to a 7-4 win at Washburn (19-8, 11-9) on Friday. Muskogee’s Madison Reed was 2-for-4. Kayce Wooldridge scattered seven hits for the win and dittoed that in what was a 4-3 loss in the second game.

OU 3, BAYLOR 2 — Trailing 1-0, Leslie Miller hit a two-run home run for the Sooners (31-8, 8-0) in the fifth inning. It was her third of the season and fourth of her career. Georgia Casey added an RBI triple later in the frame to drive home what turned out to be the game-winning run against the Bears (29-8, 3-2). Kelsey Stevens got the win to improve to 22-5 on the season. She struck out six and allowed two runs on five hits and three walks.

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