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HBU rolls past UT-Arlington
Wednesday, Mar 12, 2008
By Staff    

ARLINGTON, Texas (BP)--Houston Baptist University used a six-run first inning to take control and never looked back, cruising to a 12-6 rout of University of Texas-Arlington March 11.

Richard Orange and Leo Delgado each had two-run doubles in the first inning. Logan Wyeth had a bases-loaded walk and Ryan Majewski drove in a run on a fielder's choice to finish off the six-run first.

HBU evens its mark at 9-9 on the year and is now 3-3 against Southland Conference opponents. The Huskies return to action this weekend with a home and away two-game, two-day series with Prairie View A&M. The two will play at PV on Friday and at HBU on Saturday.


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