Texans sweep Rams at home

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Texans sweep Rams at home

Next up, the Texans will travel to San Antonio, Texas to face St. Mary’s University on April 15 at 6 p.m.

Next up, the Texans will travel to San Antonio, Texas to face St. Mary’s University on April 15 at 6 p.m.

Next up, the Texans will travel to San Antonio, Texas to face St. Mary’s University on April 15 at 6 p.m.

Next up, the Texans will travel to San Antonio, Texas to face St. Mary’s University on April 15 at 6 p.m.

Hilaree Foreman, Sports Writer

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Over the weekend, the Tarleton State University Texan baseball team hosted the Angelo State University Rams at home in a Lone Star Conference three game series. The Texans swept the Rams 3-0 in their matchup, winning 14-4, 8-0, and 10-9.

The Tarleton State University Texan baseball team, coming off a win earlier in the week against Arlington Baptist College, were looking to get themselves back into contention in the Lone Star conference after a disappointing couple of weeks, only winning two of their last 12 games.

For Friday’s game, the Texans came out not only looking for a win, but to even out their series against Angelo State University, who won their previous series 3-1. In the first inning, the Rams were able to get up 2-0 against the Texans, however six straight runs from seniors Jared Musgrove, Alvaro Moreno, Garrett Kilgore, Luke Slentz, junior Kevin Meredith and sophomore Andrew Jacobi put the Texans up 6-2 at the bottom of the first inning. A run from juniors Noel Nevarez and Evan Robinson, along with more runs from Slentz, Jacobi, Moreno, and Musgrove, helped the Texans roll over the Rams in the first game, 14-4.

In the first game of the double-header, the Texans were looking to get a 2-0 gain on the series against the Rams. Runs from seniors Musgrove, Slentz, Christopher Patton, Rustin Thomas and juniors Nevarez and Meredith gave the Texans an easy win over the Rams and the Texans shut out the Rams, 8-0.

In the second game of Saturday’s double-header and final game of the series, the Texans were looking to sweep the Rams in the series and did just that. While the Rams were able to come up 9-8 on the Texans at the top of the ninth inning, a homerun from Nevarez and a run from junior Jonathan Schmitz allowed the Texans to hold off the Rams and win 10-9, sweeping the series 3-0.

Next up, the Texans will travel to San Antonio, Texas to face St. Mary’s University on April 15 at 6 p.m.