Good Guys: Texas Tech Red Raiders (37-16, 16-8)
Bad Guys: Kansas Jayhawks (32-25, 12-12)
When to Watch: Friday, May 24th @ 3:15 p.m.
Where to Watch: Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark | Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
How to Watch: FOX College Sports
How to Listen: 97.3 FM | Affiliates | TuneIn App
Game Notes: Not available
Live Stats: SideArm Stats
Previously for Texas Tech
Final Score: Texas Tech 7, Kansas State 4
Winning Pitcher: Micah Dallas (5-0)
Losing Pitcher: J. Wicks (6-3)
Key Hitters: Josh Jung 3-3, 2 R, 1 RBI, 2 BB; Cameron Warren 3-5, 2 R, 1 RBI; Gabe Holt 2-5, 1 RBI; Kurt Wilson 2-4
Links: Recap | Box Score (PDF)
On to the next one.
Highlights of our 7-4 win over K-State.
— Texas Tech Baseball (@TTU_Baseball) May 22, 2019
The No. 7 Texas Tech baseball team opened up a 5-1 lead through three innings and diffused a late push by Kansas State for a 7-4 win to open the 2019 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship Wednesday afternoon at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.
The Red Raiders (37-15) piled up 14 hits with three apiece from senior Cameron Warren and junior Josh Jung and multi-hit games from sophomores Gabe Holt and Kurt Wilson. It’s the second time Tech has won its opener at the event since 2005.
Final Score: West Virginia 5, Texas Tech 1
Winning Pitcher: A Manoah (9-3)
Losing Pitcher: Caleb Kilian (8-3)
Key Hitters: Gabe Holt 1-3, 1 R; Brian Klien 0-2, 1 RBI, 1 BB; Cody Masters 1-4; Kurt Wilson 1-4
Links: Recap | Box Score (PDF)
Junior right-hander Caleb Kilian (8-3) struck out nine over seven innings, but a key triple sparked a two-run fourth and No. 7 Texas Tech baseball fell to No. 17 West Virginia, 5-1, on Thursday at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.
The Red Raiders (37-16) got on the board first in the third inning, but Big 12 Pitcher of the Year Alek Manoah (9-3) stymied the Red Raiders from there in eight innings of work. The Mountaineers (36-18) move on to face the winner of Texas Tech and Kansas on Saturday.
Sophomore Gabe Holt scored the only run of the game for Tech in the third when he reached on one of four hit-by-pitches for the Red Raiders on the day. A double from sophomore Dylan Neuse moved him to third, before a sacrifice fly from junior Brian Klein brought him home to make it a 1-0 game.
Other Big 12 Scores and Schedules
Kansas 15, Kansas State 14
Oklahoma State 5, Baylor 0
TCU 15, Oklahoma 3
Texas Tech vs. Kansas @ 3:15 p.m.
Baylor vs. TCU @ 7:00 p.m.
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A-J Media’s Don Williams – Missed chances cost Tech in 5-1 loss to WVU:
The first time Texas Tech faced West Virginia pitcher Alek Manoah this season, the Red Raiders had to tip their caps to the big righthander for a dominating 15-strikeout performance.
Manoah had to work a lot harder to four-hit the Red Raiders for a second time in the Big 12 tournament.
Tech failed to cash in myriad chances in the first six innings and West Virginia added two runs in the eighth and one in the ninth to close out a 5-1 victory Thursday night in the Division One winners’ bracket final. The Red Raiders went 0 for 8 with runners in scoring position, as well as having a runner thrown out at third base and another doubled off second.
“I thought we had opportunities,” Tech coach Tim Tadlock said. “Against a guy like Manoah, you’re not going to get a hit every time. It’s going to be about executing and getting guys over and getting them in. We didn’t do a whole lot of that. But at the same time, we had some base runners, so that’s a positive.”