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  1. David Pierce has mentioned multiple times throughout the season about his desire to see his team continue to focus on the process rather than the results. Tuesday’s close loss to Texas A&M provided a lot of learning moments for a Texas team that is preparing to open up a 3 game series on the road against Oklahoma, who currently sits in first place in the Big 12. “When you look at that ballgame, you look at a couple of missed opportunities,” Pierce said about the 6-5 loss on Tuesday. “We left 13 guys on base, but you have to get 13 guys on base to lose those opportunities, so i thought
  2. The Texas 6 game winning streak came to a halt on Tuesday night, when Texas A&M used a big 1st inning and held off several Texas rallies to defeat the Longhorns by a final of 6-5. Let’s take a look at some news, notes and thoughts from an entertaining game in College Station It was not a good start for starter Nico O’Donnell, who after retiring the first batter of the game, allowed 4 straight batters (2 walks and 2 hits) to reach before Texas went to the bullpen. O’Donnell has struggled with command at times this year, but really struggled to find the strike zone in the 1st. There
  3. Texas (22-12) at Texas A&M (23-9) April 10, 2018 Where: Blue Bell Park (College Station, Texas) Time: 6 p.m. TV: SEC Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 243-125-5 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS TUESDAY—Texas A&M LHP Chandler Jozwiak (2-0, 3.72) vs. Texas RHP Nico O’Donnell (2-1, 3.51) GAME NOTES THE MATCHUP—Texas returns to the road for a midweek matchup at No. 22 Texas A&M…last season, Texas won, 4-3, in Austin…Texas A&M won, 5-4, on a walk-off HR in 2016 in College Station. A L
  4. The Texas winning streak reached 6 games following a 4-1 victory over Baylor on Sunday, completing the series sweep over the Bears. Blair Henley allowed 1 run in 7 innings, striking out 4. Josh Sawyer recorded the the final 6 outs and picked up his first save of the season. At the plate, Zach Zubia picked blasted his 6th home run of the season. Let’s take a look at some thoughts and takeaways from the weekend series. Pitcher of the Weekend- Chase Shugart With temperatures around 40 degrees, Chase Shugart turned in one of his best performances of the season. The right-hander threw 7 s
  5. Texas (19-12, 6-3 Big 12) vs. Baylor (14-13, 3-6 Big 12) April 6-8, 2018 Where: UFCU Disch-Falk Field (Austin, Texas) Time: Friday—6:30 p.m.; Saturday—4 p.m.; Sunday—1:30 p.m. TV: Longhorn Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 244-110-4 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS FRIDAY—Baylor RHP Hayden Kettler (3-2, 2.93) vs. Texas RHP Nolan Kingham (4-2, 3.92) SATURDAY—Baylor TBA vs. Texas RHP Chase Shugart (2-2, 5.72) SUNDAY—Baylor TBA vs. Texas RHP Blair Henley (4-3, 3.19) GAME NOTES THE MATCHUPS—Texas retu
  6. Weather wise, it was a day to forget at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. Winds of 20+ MPH blew in from left field for most of the game and the temperature had reached below 40 degrees by the time the final pitch was thrown. Baseball wise, Texas took advantage of a gutsy outing by Chase Shugart and another home run by Kody Clemens, defeating Baylor 2-0. Let’s take a look at some news, notes and takeaways as the Longhorns secured the series victory and moved their conference record to 8-3. The biggest story of the game was the performance by Texas starter Chase Shugart, who threw a career high 120
  7. Despite falling behind 4-0, the Texas offense battled back and the Longhorns were able to pull out a 9-5 win over Baylor in the series opener. It was a rough night for starting pitcher Nolan Kingham, but the bullpen stringed together 7 solid innings, allowing a single run and keeping the game within reach until the Texas offense put together a 4 run 5th inning to take the lead. Here are some thoughts, news and notes from a wild game 1. As mentioned above, it was not a good night for starter Nolan Kingham, who lasted 2+ plus innings, failing to record an out in the 3rd. Kingham a
  8. Texas (17-12) vs. McNeese State (10-17) Texas (17-12) at Texas A&M - Corpus Christi (16-13) April 2-3, 2018 Where: Monday—UFCU Disch-Falk Field (Austin, Texas); Tuesday—Whataburger Field (Corpus Christi, Texas) Time: Monday—6:30 p.m.; Tuesday—6:30 p.m. TV: Monday—Longhorn Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 55-16-1 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS MONDAY—McNeese State LHP Austin Briggs (0-0, 6.00) vs. Texas RHP Matt Whelan (0-0, 8.22) TUESDAY—Texas A&M - Corpus Christi TBA vs. Texas Blair Henley GAM
  9. Texas returned home after losing 2 out of 3 to Kansas State over the weekend. With the help of the bullpen and the power bat of Ryan Reynolds, the Longhorns responded with a 5-4 victory over McNeese State on Monday night. The win moves Texas’ record to 18-12 on the season. Freshman Matt Whalen received his first career start on the mound and lasted 4 innings, allowing 3 runs (2 earned) on 5 hits with a pair of strikeouts. “I thought he attacked the zone really well early,” Head Coach David Pierce said after the game about his starter. “He’s got to get better with his secondary pitche
  10. Texas (17-12) vs. McNeese State (10-17) Texas (17-12) at Texas A&M - Corpus Christi (16-13) April 2-3, 2018 Where: Monday—UFCU Disch-Falk Field (Austin, Texas); Tuesday—Whataburger Field (Corpus Christi, Texas) Time: Monday—6:30 p.m.; Tuesday—6:30 p.m. TV: Monday—Longhorn Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 55-16-1 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS MONDAY—McNeese State LHP Austin Briggs (0-0, 6.00) vs. Texas RHP Matt Whelan (0-0, 8.22) TUESDAY—Texas A&M - Corpus Christi TBA vs. Texas TBA GAME NOTES
  11. Texas (16-10, 5-1) at Kansas State (13-12, 0-3) March 29-31, 2018 Where: Tointon Stadium (Manhattan, Kan.) Time: Thursday—6:30 pm; Friday—6:30 p.m.; Saturday—1 p.m. TV: Thu: Cox Channel Kansas; Fri/Sat: WatchESPN Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 55-16-1 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS THURSDAY—Kansas State RHP Kasey Ford (3-1, 4.81) vs. Texas RHP Blair Henley (3-2, 2.75) FRIDAY—Kansas State TBA vs. Texas RHP Nolan Kingham (4-2, 3.67) SATURD
  12. Following a 6-1 win over Texas State in San Marcos on Tuesday night, Texas baseball will again hit the road for a 3 game series against Kansas State, with the first game starting on Thursday due to the Easter holiday. The Longhorns will enter Manhattan with a 5-1 conference record and having won 7 out of their last 8 games. This past weekend, Texas rebounded from a Friday loss against Oklahoma State, winning the next 2 games and taking the series. Head coach David Pierce said he was very pleased with the way his team responded after falling behind in Sunday’s series finale, which the Longhorns
  13. VIA UT SAN MARCOS, Texas—Sophomore David Hamilton homered for the first time in his career and Texas pitchers quieted the Texas State bats en route to a 6-1 win over the Bobcats on a rainy Tuesday night at Bobcat Ballpark. Freshman Nico O’Donnell (2-1) started on the hill for the Longhorns (16-1) and, after a rocky but scoreless first inning, finished with three shutout frames against the Bobcats (14-9-1), facing the minimum over his final two innings of work. In the top of the fourth, the Longhorns offense got to Texas State starter Wes Engel. Duke Ellis was hit with a pitch t
  14. Texas (15-10) at Texas State (14-8-1) March 27, 2018 Where: San Marcos, Texas Time: Tuesday at 6 p.m. CT Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 47-11 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS TUESDAY— Texas State LHP Wes Engle (1-1, 3.71) vs. Texas RHP Nico O’Donnell (1-1, 3.38) GAME NOTES THE MATCHUP—The Longhorns head to San Marcos to face off against the Bobcats for the first of three scheduled midweek games this season. A LOOK AT THE BOBCATS—Texas State is coming off a series sweep at the hands of Sun Belt Conference foe
  15. After dropping the series opener on Friday night, Texas baseball responded by winning the next 2 games and taking the series over Oklahoma State. Sunday’s 10-5 win puts Texas’ conference record at 5-1 as they head into a midweek matchup with Texas State before traveling to Kansas State for a 3 game series next weekend. Let’s take a look at some thoughts and takeaways from the series victory over the Cowboys. Pitcher of the Weekend- Nolan Kingham/ Bryce Elder Kingham was given an extra day of rest after recording his 2nd save of the season on Tuesday against Sam Houston State, and it
  16. exas (13-9, 3-0) vs. Oklahoma State (10-8-1, 0-0) March 23-25, 2018 Where: UFCU Disch-Falk Field (Austin, Texas) Time: Friday—7 p.m., Saturday—2:30 p.m., Sunday—1:30 p.m. TV: Longhorn Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 60-42 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS FRIDAY—Oklahoma State RHP Joe Lienhard (1-1, 5.50) vs. Texas RHP Blair Henley (3-1, 1.80) SATURDAY—Oklahoma State LHP Carson Teel (3-0, 1.05) vs. Texas RHP Nolan Kingham (3-2, 4.28)
  17. Texas (13-10, 3-1) suffered their first conference loss of the season on Friday night, dropping the series opener to Oklahoma State (11-8, 1-0) by a final of 6-1 at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. The Longhorn’s offense could only muster 4 hits, and the Cowboy’s offense used a big 7th inning to help put the game out of reach. Longhorn starter Blair Henley took the loss, falling to 3-2 on the season. The right hander allowed 10 hits and 5 earned runs in 6 innings of work, striking out 7. Oklahoma State starter Joe Lienhard earned the win after throwing 8 ⅓ innings, allowing 1 run on 3 hits and stri
  18. One of my first memories of Texas baseball was watching Chance Wheeless hit a walk-off home run against Baylor in the 2005 College World Series with a hurt shoulder that made it nearly impossible for him to hit earlier in the game. I was 8 years old at the time. Fast forward about 10 years and I am watching a short documentary about the 2005 National Championship team. They replay the walk-off home run and Augie Garrido is discussing why he chose to stick with Wheeless instead of turning to a pinch hitter, which he intended to do until Wheeless talked him out of it. Garrido praised Wheeless’ d
  19. First look at RPI/SOS this week has UT at 33/12 https://d1baseball.com/nitty-gritty/
  20. Following a series sweep against Kansas and a 3-2 victory over Sam Houston State on Tuesday night, the Longhorns are riding a 4-game winning streak into a the second conference series of the year, a 3 game set against Oklahoma State. After losing 5 straight to Stanford and Arkansas, the Longhorn’s responded with solid pitching and timely hitting against the Jayhawks and Bearkats. The weekend rotation of Nolan Kingham, Blair Henley and Chase Shugart all rebounded from tough outings against Stanford the weekend prior. Henley said one of the biggest reasons for the turnaround was the pitchin
  21. Texas baseball extended their winning streak to 4 games with a 3-2 win over 25th ranked Sam Houston State on Tuesday night at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. The Longhorns bullpen combined for 6 innings of relief, allowing only 1 run. Freshman Nico O’Donnell received the start for Texas and lasted 3 innings, allowing 1 unearned run, but walking 4. Matteo Bocchi (1-0) was credited with the win after throwing 1.1 innings of scoreless relief, striking out 4. The Bearkats got the scoring started in the top of the 3rd when Clayton Harp worked a bases loaded walk, giving the Bearkats a 1-0 lead.
  22. Texas (12-9) vs. No. 25 Sam Houston State March 20, 2018 Where: UFCU Disch-Falk Field (Austin, Texas) Time: Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. CT TV: Longhorn Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 76-19 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS TUESDAY—Sam Houston State RHP Nick Mikolajchack (2-2, 3.38) vs. Texas RHP Nico O’Donnell (1-1, 4.02) GAME NOTES THE MATCHUP—The Longhorns host No. 25 Sam Houston State on Tuesday night at UFCU Disch-Falk Field.…the teams met twice last season, once in Huntsville and once in Austin, with Texas co
  23. Texas baseball opened conference play with a 3 game sweep against Kansas, winning Sunday’s series finale by a final of 5-4. After an emotional week, the Longhorn’s now sit atop of the Big 12 standings and will take on Sam Houston State on Tuesday before returning to conference next weekend when they host Oklahoma State in Austin. Let’s take a look at some thoughts and takeaways from the weekend. Pitcher of the Weekend- Blair Henley For the first time since opening weekend, Texas saw all 3 members of their weekend rotation deliver good starts. Nolan Kingham kicked off the series by al
  24. Texas (9-9) vs. Kansas (12-4) March 16-18, 2018 Where: UFCU Disch-Falk Field (Austin, Texas) Time: Friday—6:30 p.m., Saturday—1 p.m., Sunday—1 p.m. TV: Longhorn Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 49-24 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS FRIDAY—Kansas RHP Tyler Davis (0-0, 1.69) vs. Texas RHP Nolan Kingham (2-2, 4.56) SATURDAY—Kansas LHP Taylor Turski (1-2, 5.49) vs. Texas RHP Blair Henley (2-1, 2.35) SUNDAY—Kansas RHP Ryan Zeferjahn (3-0, 1.96) vs. Texas TBD GAME NOTES THE MATCHUP—The Longhorns open Big
  25. Texas (11-9) improved to 2-0 in conference play with a 4-0 victory over Kansas (12-6) on Saturday afternoon at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. The Longhorns received strong pitching and received another big game from Kody Clemens to take the second game of a 3 game series against the Jayhawks. Texas starter Blair Henley improved his record to 3-1 with the win. The sophomore scattered 5 hits across 7 shutout innings, striking out out 4. Beau Ridgeway entered in the 8th inning with the tying run on deck, but retired the next 3 hitters and pitched a scoreless 9th inning to pick up his 3rd save of the
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