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2018 College Baseball Season

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  1. NolePride

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    Noles dropped both ends of the Doubleheader Saturday.

    The first game was in dramatic fashion as a one-out 2-run walk-off homerun, from Wake's 9th
    place hitter stunned FSU 4-3. It was the only time FSU trailed during the game.

    Parrish was okay on the mound pitching into the 7th and giving up just 3 hits.
    Cobi Johnson took the lost.

    It left its mark, as Wake jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first two nnings of the
    second game gathering 7 hits and 6 runs off of starter Andrew Pollock. Deacs
    won the 2nd contest 8-1.

    Up next for FSU is a Tuesday night game against Florida down in Gainesville.
     



  2. lilchi721

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    COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The No. 8 Texas A&M Aggies exploded for 19 runs behind a multi-homer Saturday from Logan Foster to down the Long Beach State Dirtbags, 19-1, on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.

    Foster’s career day started with a first inning single before the first of his two dingers, a three-run third-inning blast. After a walk in the fourth and a foul pop in the sixth, Foster rocked a grand slam in Texas A&M’s nine-run seventh. His seven RBI were the most by an Aggie since Ronnie Gideon drove in eight against Holy Cross in 2015.

    Texas A&M finished with 17 hits including seven for extra bases. Ten different Aggies crossed the plate and nine different Ags worked walks. The 19-run output only trails their 22-run effort against Cornell for most on the season.

    The Aggies gave the ball to John Doxakis (3-0) for the fifth time this season and second start. Doxakis dominated, working 7.0 innings and allowing one unearned run in the second. The Houston, native fanned four, giving up five hits and not allowing a walk. Asa Lacy and Jason Ruffcorn combined to work the spotless final two frames securing the series victory for A&M.

    The Aggies improved to 15-1 on the season and ran their home winning streak to 15 dating back to the 2017 Super Regional. Long Beach State fell to 5-10 for their 2018 campaign.

    SCORING SUMMARY

    B2 | Zach DeLoach led off the inning by singling up the gut and advancing to second on a sacrifice. Braden Shewmake drove in DeLoach with a single to short that included a friendly Aggie hop. Foster would reach with the inning’s third single but a pair of Aggies were left on in the frame. A&M 1, LBSU 0

    T2| Long Beach answered right back in the next half inning. With two on and one out, a missed catch error on Chris Andritsos allowed the lead runner, Leonard Jones, to come around and score. Baine Schoenvogel showed off his cannon on a fly to right, gunning down the go-run at the plate and ending the frame. A&M 1, LBSU 1

    B3 | The first three Aggies reached to begin the third off Long Beach starter Zak Baayoun (2-2) Helman put A&M back on top scoring courtesy of Andritsos before Foster connected for his first homer of the game. A&M 5, LBSU 1

    B4 | Andritsos drove in the sixth Aggie run of the ballgame in the sixth on deep sacrifice fly to left center. Helman made it 7-1 when he advanced home on a wild pitch. A&M put two more on with walks, but left the bases loaded. A&M 7, LBSU 1

    B5 | A&M made it three straight innings with a crooked number a thanks to a two-run fifth highlighted by a triple from Michael Helman, who narrowly missing going deep. A&M 9, LBSU 1

    B7 | The Aggies erased all doubt piling up nine runs in the home half of the seventh. Helman worked a bases-loaded walk for the first run followed by Shewmake scoring two on a double. Foster reached seven RBI up nine. Two batters later, Hunter Coleman drove in a pair with a homer of his own giving the Aggies a nine-run from all with no outs. A&M 18, LBSU 1.

    B8 | Aaron Walters replaced Bedford behind the plate and contributed with an RBI single for the Aggies’ final run. A&M 19, LBSU 1.

    NEXT UP
    The Aggies and Dirtbags wrap up their three-game set with a 12:02 p.m. first pitch.

    TEXAS A&M QUOTES

    Head Coach Rob Chlidress

    On today’s game…

    “(John) Doxakis pitched great and we played great defense behind him. We scored early and continued to tack on runs and put the pressure on them against a really good left-hand pitcher that has gotten off to a great start so far this year for Long Beach State.”
     
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    Swept GT this weekend. We stand at 15-1.
     
  4. lilchi721

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    A&M sweeps Long Beach St. A&M is now 16-1.
     
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    Noles drop their 3rd straight, losing to Florida 12-6.

    It was a good game up until the 5th when UF hung a 7-spot on us.

    We hit the ball well and hit it deep getting 4 roundtrippers, but that 5th
    inning was too much to overcome.

    We play Notre Dame in a 3-gme series starting on Friday
     
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    Aggies drop 18 inning affair to UT Arlington

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The No. 6 Texas A&M Aggies lost an 18-inning decision to the UT Arlington Mavericks, 5-1, in the longest game in school annals in terms of innings.

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    Six Aggie pitchers combined to keep the Mavericks off the scoreboard for the first 17 frames. The most notable being relievers Cason Sherrod and Asa Lacy. Sherrod worked 5.2 innings, scattering five hits and one walk while striking out three. Lacy pitched 4.2 innings, yielding two hits and one walk while striking out five. Starter Chandler Jozwiak worked 4.0 innings, giving up two hits and one walk while striking out five.

    Michael Helman, Chris Andritsos and Logan Foster each logged two hits for the Aggies and A&M drew 11 walks, but they were ultimately doomed by 19 runners left on base and two errors committed in the 18th inning.

    The Aggies previously played a pair of 16 inning games, one against TCU in 2015 and one against Arkansas in 1989.

    SCORING SUMMARY

    T18 | R.J. Williams started the inning with a gapper to left-center for a single. Kyle Richardson spelled Jason Ruffcorn (0-1) on the mound and induced a fly ball to rightfield which was misplayed by Baine Schoenvogel, resulting in a three-base error and sending Williams home with the game’s first run. Zac Cook singled to right to knock in Vaughan and knock Richardson out of the contest. After Dustin Saenz took the mound, Cook stole second and scored on a single up the middle by Omar Salinas. Saenz walked Aaron Funk and Mason Cole walked Will Olson to load the bases. Josh Minjarez hit a ground ball to Chris Andritsos at first base, but Andritsos throw home sailed left of the catcher, allowing two runs to score. Cole ended the frame with two pop ups and a groundout. UTA 5, A&M 0.

    B18 | Chandler Morris drew a pinch-hit walk. After Cole Taylor struck out and George Janca popped up to second base, Zach DeLoach singled to center to put runners on the corners. DeLoach took second on defensive indifference and a balk pushed across the Aggies’ lone run of the game. A groundout by Helman ended the game. UTA 5, A&M 1.

    NEXT UP

    The Aggies open SEC play Friday with a 7 p.m. contest at Auburn.

    TEXAS A&M QUOTES

    On tonight’s game…

    “Give UTA all the credit. They managed the game incredibly well. They pitched at a very high level. They didn’t make any mistakes defensively. They took advantage of some mistakes that we made in the 18th inning. It was a great game if you’re a baseball fan but for us, we have to be much better offensively. We only had one opportunity in the 13th inning to score but we were unable to get the big two-out hit. We’re a much better offense than that. We need to be able to be a great offense not just with the wind going out but when the wind is blowing in. We have to be able to get bunts down, hit and run and do other things. For 17 innings we were outstanding on the mound. There were a lot of heroes on the mound. We were amazing defensively. We made a lot of wonderful plays. We weren’t able to get a big hit for the first 17 innings.”
     
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    Sorry...but basketball was on to late for any FSU write up.

    Noles took 2 of 3 from the Irish. Lost on Friday 8-7, then won 7-5 and 6-4.
    Sands pitched into the 7th on Friday. Parrish pitched into the 8th on Saturday
    and Pollock, overcame that horrible showing last week vs Wake, while throwing
    6 full innings.

    Noles improved to 16-4 overall, and even their conf record at 3-3.
     
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    Aggies lost 2 outta 3 games to Auburn this weekend.
    Ags are 17-4 overall, and 1-2 in conference play.
    Next game at Rice on Tuesday
     
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    #8 Seminoles downed #21 UCF 6-4 tonight.

    'Noles jumped out to a 6-1 lead thru 7 innings and then withstood a late UCF push

    FSU improves to 17-4, UCF dropped to 17-5.

    The two play tomorrow at 4pm
     
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    We got swept by NC State over the weekend, dropping us to 16-4 overall and 3-3 in ACC play. We have a game with Coastal Carolina tonight and then a 3 game set with Louisville this weekend.
     
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    Aggies Take Down Rice, 13-4


    HOUSTON, Texas – The No. 12 Texas A&M Aggies put up six runs in the fourth and four runs in the seventh to cruise to a 13-4 victory over the Rice Owls Tuesday evening at Reckling Park.

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    Texas A&M’s hit parade was led by Michael Helman. The Aggie second baseman went 4-for-6 with one home run, two runs and three RBI and he extended his hit streak to 15 games. Will Frizzell, Hunter Coleman and Bine Schoenvogel each added two hits.

    Aggie starter Chandler Jozwiak (2-0) cruised through the first 5.0 innings, not yielding a run while scattering two hits. Rice finally got to him in the sixth with the first four batters recording hits. He exited the game with one out in the sixth, after recording his eighth strikeout of the game. For the game, Jozwiak allowed four runs on six hits while striking out eight in 5.1 innings. He equaled a career-high with his strikeout total and the 5.1 innings marked his longest outing.

    Kaylor Chafin worked two scoreless innings of relief, scattering two hits and one walk while striking out two. Asa Lacy struck out three of the four batters he faced in the ninth.

    Texas A&M improved to 18-4 on the season. The loss dropped Rice to 9-14.

    SCORING SUMMARY

    T1 | Helman extended his hit streak to 15 games with a one-out, solo home run over the leftfield fence. A&M 1, RICE 0.

    T2 | Frizzell launched a leadoff home run to leftfield, his third dinger of the year. A&M 2, RICE 0.

    T4 | Frizzell and Coleman led off the inning with singles and a wild pitch put both runners in scoring position. Schoenvogel bounced a single up the middle to score Frizzell. A catcher’s interference with Allonte Wingate at bat loaded the bases and Coleman and Schoenvogel scored on an error by Rice’s second baseman on a grounder by Aaron Walters. Zach Esquivel spelled Rice starter Roel Garcia and induced a grounder to second by Zach DeLoach, knocking in Wingate. Helman singled up the middle and Braden Shewmake drew a walk to fill the bags with Ags. Walters scored on a wild pitch and Logan Foster knocked in Helman with a sacrifice fly. A&M 8, RICE 0.

    B6 | The Owls started the frame with four hits, including a single by Bradley Gneitling, an RBI double by Ryan Chandler, a single by Trei Cruz and an RBI single by Braden Comeaux. Jozwiak fanned Ford Proctor before being spelled on the mound by Cason Sherrod. Sherrod induced a grounder to first by Andrew Dunlap and hit Justin Collins by a pitch to load the bases. Chace Sarchet singled to center to score two runs before Sherrod could record the last out of the frame. A&M 8, RICE 4.

    T7 | The Aggies offered an immediate and equal response the next half inning. Coleman reached on an error to start the inning and with one out Wingate singled up the middle and Walters drew a walk to load the bases. DeLoach drew a walk to plate a run and Helman followed with a two-run single to rightfield. The cavalcade of runs was capped off by Shewmake’s sacrifice fly. A&M 12, RICE 4.

    T9 | The Aggies manufactured a run in the top of the ninth. Wingate was hit by a pitch to start the frame, moved to second on a wild pitch and scored when Walters gapped a single to left-center. A&M 13, RICE 4.

    NEXT UP

    The Aggies open up a three-game home series against the Ole Miss Rebels starting Thursday at 6:02 p.m. The game on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park will be televised nationally on the SEC Network.

    TEXAS A&M QUOTES

    Head Coach Rob Childress

    On the game...

    “A big win for us tonight on the road against a good Rice team. We grabbed the lead early with a couple home runs early and (Chandler) Jozwiak was really, really good. We played amazing defense behind him and had a six-run inning. Just like that Rice put up four runs in the sixth to cut it to 8-4, but we answered right back with a four-spot of our own. I couldn’t be more proud of our team tonight. We were extremely competitive with two strikes and played hard throughout.”
     
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    Seminoles complete the midweek sweep of #21 UCF.

    FSU maintained a small lead throughout the contest, then put up a 3-spot
    in the bottom of the 6th giving them a 4-run cushion, 7-3, heading to the 7th.

    UCF refused to die and the touched reliever Cobi Johnson for 2 hits and 1 walk to open
    the 7th. #11 then turned to Jonah Scolaro, who promptly came in and struck out
    the Knights' #4, #5 and #6 men in a row to end the threat.

    FSU would tally 4 more runs in the 7th and 2 in the 8th to soundly top the Knights 13-3.
    Noles climb to 18-4 overall why UCF dipped to 17-6.

    FSU hits the road this weekend as they travel to Chapel Hill for a 3-game set with the Tar Heels.
     
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    Just found out...they're expecting weather problems in Chapel Hill on Saturday.

    Schedule has been changed to a double header on Friday. first game @ 3pm...2nd
    game at 7pm. Single game on Sunday...first pitch at 1pm.

    I hate those kind of double headers
     
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    Aggies fall to Ole Miss 5-4 at home last night.
     
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    fucking little hog bitches trying to cheat to get on base by phantom hbp....... :L
     
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    lost fri to ark 6-3.. beat the ever living tar outta them 17-2 yesterday and currently up 5-4 top 9th 2 outs
     
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    2/3 against #4 Arky
     
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    LSU loses 3-1 to ULL in Wally Pontiff Jr. Classic
    2018 10:25 PM March 27,
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    METARIE, LA - The Ragin Cajuns sweep the season series 2-0 over LSU after the purple and gold couldn't take advantage of their opportunities at the plate.

    The Tigers' only run in the 3-1 loss Tuesday night came on a throwing error by the Cajuns in the 4th inning.

    LSU left 11 men on base, batting just 1-10 with runners in scoring position as ULL's Hogan Harris gets the win over the Tigers.

    AJ Labas pitched 5.1 innings, giving up three runs on the hill as he drops to 2-1 on the year.

    LSU returns home to Alex Box Stadium this weekend for a Thursday-Saturday series with Mississippi State.