#23 TEXAS LONGHORNS (2-1) HOST STANFORD CARDINAL (3-1)
THURSDAY 2/25-SUNDAY 2/28 at UFCU DISCH FALK FIELD

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The Cardinal of Stanford travel to Austin this weekend for a four game series against the Longhorns.
Stanford took 2 of 3 from then #21 Cal St Fullerton last weekend at Sunken Diamond in Palo Alto. The Cardinal also bested UC Davis on Monday 5-2 and carry a 3-1 record into the Disch.

Texas took 2 of 3 from UR UNLV over the weekend. After a slow start in Friday's opener, the Horns racked up a whopping 18 runs on SA & SU while allowing only 2 by the Rebels.

Stanford leads the series all-time, 34-31-1
Texas and Stanford last met in Palo Alto last year, where the teams split the series, each winning two games of the four game series.


Here are your probable starters for the weekend:

TH 6 pm ***RHP Nolan Kingham (0-0, 0.00 ERA) vs LHP Kris Bubic (0-0, 0.00 ERA, 1 Save)
FR 6:30 pm RHP Kyle Johnston (0-0, 2.25 ERA) vs RHP Tristan Beck (1-0, 0.00 ERA)
SA 3 pm LHP Ty Culbreth (1-0, 1.80 ERA) vs LHP Chris Catellanos (1-0, 1.50 ERA)
SU 12:30 pm RHP Connor Mayes (0-0, 0.00 ERA) vs RHP Brett Hanewich (1-0, 0.00 ERA)


All games televised on The Longhorn Network

Notes on Stanford pitching:
  • The Stanford starters combined allowed one earned run in their 3 victories. This included 10 hits, one walk and 8 strikeouts. Each starter in their 3 wins pitched 6+ innings and allowed 1 run or less.
  • The Stanford bullpen has been better than solid, allowing one run in 11.2 innings, with 3 walks and 13 strikeouts.
Keep an eye on:
  • Stanford freshman P Kris Bubic who debuted in a save situation on Monday vs UC Davis. He garnered the save and will start Thursday's game vs the Horns.
  • Stanford freshman P Tristan Beck earned a win in his first collegiate start and will be on the bump on Friday for the Cardinal. He shut out Cal St Fullerton and was voted the Pac12 Pitcher of the Week.
  • Freshman Nico Hoerner 4/16 (.250) with two doubles and 1 RBI
  • Sophomore Brody Quinn 4/13 (.308) with two doubles and 4 RBI
  • Junior Tommy Edman 5/16 (.313) with a triple and an RBI