Baseball: Feb. 14 Scoreboard

first_imgIn the opening day of the 2014 baseball season, Southland Conference teams picked up seven wins, including defending conference champion Sam Houston State defeating Northern Colorado, Stephen F. Austin outslugging former league member Texas-Arlington, Southeastern Louisiana beating Louisiana Tech, Houston Baptist outlasting Prairie View A&M, Lamar knocking off Marist, McNeese State outplaying Chicago State and Abilene Christian beating Arlington Baptist.Houston Baptist 6, Prairie View A&M 2HOUSTON, Texas – Senior right-hander Ryan Lower went six innings, while sophomore Chris Garza took care of the final three as the Houston Baptist baseball team downed Prairie View A&M, 6-2, in the season opener Friday afternoon at Husky Field.  |  Read MoreStephen F. Austin 14, Texas-Arlington 9ARLINGTON, Texas – The Stephen F. Austin Lumberjack baseball surged early and held on to win 14-9 in their season opener with Texas Arlington on Friday afternoon at Clay Gould Ballpark.  |  Read MoreSoutheastern Louisiana 4, Louisiana Tech 2 (10 innings)RUSTON, La. – Brett Hoffman singled in a pair of runs in the 10th inning Friday as the Southeastern Louisiana baseball team picked up a 4-2 win over Louisiana Tech in Matt Riser’s debut as the Lion’s head coach at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park.  |  Read MoreSam Houston State 5, Northern Colorado 3HUNTSVILLE, Texas – The Sam Houston State baseball team shook off their Opening Day jitters and picked up a 5-3 win over Northern Colorado Friday night at Don Sanders Stadium. The Bearkats started slow but got just enough offense to get head coach David Pierce his first season-opening win with the team.  |  Read MoreLamar 7, Marist 6BEAUMONT, Texas – Up 7-6 against Marist with two outs in the ninth and the tying run barreling towards home, Jude Vidrine needed to make a great throw from centerfield to end the game. The senior linked up with first baseman Tyler Sullivan, who hit catcher Brandon Provost for the tag at the plate to secure an opening night victory for the Cardinals at Vincent-Beck Stadium.  |  Read MoreMcNeese State 8, Chicago State 3LAKE CHARLES, La. – The Justin Hill era couldn’t have started off any better Friday night as the McNeese Baseball team opened the 2014 season with an 8-3 victory over Chicago State.  |  Read MoreAbilene Christian 12, Arlington Baptist 2 (7 innings)ABILENE, Texas – Seth Spivey homered and drove in five runs and Nate Cole struck out 10 in his Wildcat debut Friday to lead Abilene Christian to a season-opening 12-2 run-rule win over Arlington Baptist in non-conference college baseball action at Crutcher Scott Field.  |  Read MoreNo. 2 LSU 2, New Orleans 0NEW ORLEANS, La. – The New Orleans Privateers were close, but fell by a score of 2-0 to the No. 2 ranked LSU Tigers at Alex Box Stadium on Friday Night in the return of skipper Ron Maestri to the Privateers dugout.  |  Read MoreNo. 18 Oklahoma State 10, UIW 5ARLINGTON, Texas – The University of the Incarnate Word baseball team opened their season on Friday at the Texas-Arlington Invitational.  The Cardinals lost to No. 18 Oklahoma State, 10-5 at Clay Gould Ballpark.  |  Read MoreJacksonville State 6, Northwestern State 4JACKSONVILLE, Ala. – After giving up a five runs in two innings, the Northwestern State baseball team battled back and fell just short in the top of the ninth in a 6-4 loss at Jacksonville State Friday afternoon in the season opener.  |  Read MoreTexas-Pan American 3, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2EDINBURG, Texas – The Texas A&M – Corpus Christi baseball team dropped its season opener on Friday night, falling 3-2 to Texas-Pan American at Edinburg Baseball Stadium.  |  Read MoreHouston 3, Nicholls 0HOUSTON, Texas – The Nicholls State University baseball team dropped its 2014 season opener at Houston, as the Cougars used a five-hit combined shutout to defeat the Colonels in the first games of the series, 3-0, Friday night at Cougar Field.  |  Read MoreMissouri State 11, Central Arkansas 5CONWAY, Ark. – The University of Central Arkansas allowed 13 hits and recorded five errors in dropping their season opener 11-5 to Missouri State on Friday afternoon at Bear Stadium.  |  Read MoreSoutheast Missouri State 10, Oral Roberts 4TULSA, Okla. – A perfect day at the plate by Emmanuel Forcier in his Golden Eagle debut wasn’t enough as the Oral Roberts University baseball team fell in the season opener 10-4 against Southeast Missouri State at home on Friday.  |  Read Morelast_img

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