Ty Harrington’s Texas State Bobcats returned to Disch Falk Field last night looking to even the season record against Texas after a 6-1 drubbing in mid-March, but once again found themselves on the losing end against Texas. Dillon Peters started for Texas and combined with Austin Dicharry, John Curtiss, Hoby Milner, and Corey Knebel to hold the Bobcats scoreless in the game. Curtiss earned his first collegiate win when Texas took the lead in the sixth inning on a Mark Payton single. Catcher Jacob Felts was honed in at the plate, going 2-for-3 with an RBI in the seventh inning. Texas amassed only two runs on seven hits, but it was enough to take the win thanks to stellar pitching from the Longhorn staff.
The Longhorns return to action this weekend when they welcome conference foe Kansas (14-23 thus far) to Disch Falk Field. Friday evening’s game is slated for a 6pm start.
Pictures: Donald Boyles
Cross-Posted from Texas Baseball Blog