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  1. Texas baseball opened conference play with a victory over Kansas, 14-4, on an emotional night at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. The Longhorns offense pounded out 16 hits and scored in 6 different innings, receiving big night from Zach Zubia and Ryan Reynolds, who combined for 7 hits and 5 RBI’s. Starting pitcher Nolan Kingham went the distance for Texas and was credited with his 3rd win of the season, allowing 4 runs on 10 hits while striking out 3. Kansas start Tyler Davis was tagged with the loss after allowing 8 runs (5 earned) on 10 hits in 3 ⅓ innings. After the game, David Pierce talked abo
  2. Guys, Sorry to be the one to pass this along, but we have learned that Coach Augie Garrido passed early this morning. We are awaiting official news to be released from the University and his family, and will have a story up soon. Rest in Peace, Coach. It's a sad day in Longhorn nation and the baseball world. Hook Em Coach.
  3. Texas (9-7) at No. 5 Arkansas (11-4) March 13-14, 2018 Where: Fayetteville, Ark. (Baum Stadium) Time: Tuesday—7 p.m., Wednesday—4 p.m. TV: SEC Network (Tuesday), SECN+ (Wednesday) Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 All-time series: Texas leads, 74-33 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS TUESDAY—Arkansas RHP Kacey Murphy (1-0, 0.00) vs. Texas RHP Beau Ridgeway (1-0, 8.31) WEDNESDAY—Arkansas TBA vs. Texas RHP Nico O’Donnell (1-0, 2.13) GAME NOTES THE MATCHUP—The Longhorns hit the road for a two-game set at No. 5 Arkansas…the old Southwest Conference
  4. VIA Texas Sports FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—In an early hole thanks to a seven-run third inning, Texas Baseball (9-8) was outslugged by No. 5 Arkansas (12-4) in Tuesday night’s 13-4 loss at Baum Stadium in Fayetteville. After the sides traded zeroes over the first two innings, the Razorbacks got to starter Beau Ridgeway in the third. Arkansas used four walks and four hits off a combination of Ridgeway and Bryce Elder to put up a seven-spot in the inning and pull away from the Longhorns. Zach Zubia put Texas on the board the following half inning when he launched his fourth long ball of
  5. After taking the series opener over 7th ranked Stanford, Texas Baseball dropped the next 3 games, capped off by a 11-1 victory by the Cardinal on Sunday afternoon. The Longhorns will now travel to Arkansas for a 2 game midweek series against the Razorbacks. Let’s take a look at some thought, takeaways and notes from the weekend. Pitcher of the Weekend- Nico O’Donnell Despite allowing 2 runs in 4 innings, there was a lot to like about Nico O’Donnell’s outing on Thursday. The freshman commanded both his breaking balls and showed improved command on his fastball. David Pierce sounded ex
  6. Just a quick note, Coach Augie Garrido was hospitalized last night for serious medical condition. I don't know many details as of right now, but please keep him in your thoughts and prayers. If I hear of anything else, I'll let everyone know. https://twitter.com/joeywa_44/status/973025104081780736
  7. No. 23 Texas (8-4) vs. No. 7 Stanford (11-1) March 8-11, 2018 Where: Austin, Texas (UFCU Disch-Falk Field) Time: Thursday—6:30 p.m., Friday—6:30 p.m., Saturday—2:30 p.m., Sunday—1 p.m. TV: Longhorn Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn, AM 1260 Live stats: sidearmstats.com/texas/baseball All-time series: Stanford leads, 39-34-1 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS THURSDAY—Stanford RHP Tristan Beck (2-0, 1.50) vs. Texas RHP Nico O’Donnell (1-0, 1.04) FRIDAY—Stanford LHP Kris Bubic (2-0, 1.56) vs. Texas RHP Nolan Kingham (2-1, 3.57) SATURDAY—Stanford LHP Erik Mi
  8. Stanford (13-2) received 5 ⅓ innings of scoreless relief from their bullpen to pull away from Texas (9-6) for the second consecutive game, with the Longhorn’s falling by a final of 9-3. The Cardinal received big games from Andrew Daschbach and Kyle Stowers, who each collected 2 hits and drove in 3 runs. Texas starting pitcher Blair Henley received the loss after lasting 6 innings and allowing 5 runs, all in the first 2 innings of the game. Stanford reliever Austin Weiermiller was credited with the win after throwing 2 ⅓ innings of scoreless relief, striking out 3. Jack Little locked down
  9. Texas Baseball dropped the second game of a 4 game series against 7th ranked Stanford, 7-1, at Disch-Falk Field. The Cardinal received a brilliant starting pitching performance from left-hander Kris Bubic, who struck out 9 in 6 innings, allowing a single run. Stanford pounded out 13 hits, including a pair of home runs. The loss drops Texas to 9-5 on the season, while the win moves Stanford to 12-2. “I thought Bubic was as advertised,” Pierce said about the Stanford starter. “He was very good tonight and we had minimum opportunities, and we knew weren’t going to have a ton of them. So when
  10. Texas Baseball opened a 4 game series against 7th ranked Stanford at Disch-Falk Field, and the Longhorns pounded out 12 hits and scored 3 runs in the 7th to break a 5-5 tie en route to a 8-6 victory over the Cardinal. The victory moves the Longhorns to 9-4 on the year, while the loss drops Stanford to 11-2. Freshman Nico O’Donnell received the start for Texas and lasted 4 innings, allowing 2 runs on 3 hits, striking out 5. The right-hander said after the game that he feels like he is continuing to grow each start and felt his offspeed pitches played a key role in his success against the S
  11. Texas Baseball will return to action tomorrow evening, opening a 4 game series against the 7th ranked Stanford Cardinal. The Cardinal enter the series with a 11-1 record, with 3 game sweep over Cal State Fullerton and a 4 game sweep over Rice. Last weekend, the Longhorns rebounded after losing Friday’s series opener to Northwestern, taking the final 3 games and the series. The Texas bats exploded the final 3 games of the series, combining for 38 runs. Senior Jake McKenzie said the Longhorns know Stanford will present a tough test, but the offense will need to focus on taking advantage of
  12. Texas Baseball wrapped up a series victory over Northwestern on Sunday, defeating the Wildcats 12-1 in 7 innings. After dropping the series opener on Friday, Texas outscored Northwestern 38-11 over the final 3 games. Let’s take a look at some takeaways and notes from the weekend. Hitter of the Weekend- Masen Hibbeler Following Sunday’s game, Hibbeler joked that the baseball looks as a big as a beach ball right now when he is at the plate. The junior college transfer started all 4 games in left field and finished the series 8 for 16 (.500), driving in 7 runs and also stealing 2 bases.
  13. No. 23 Texas (5-3) vs. Northwestern (2-4) March 2-4, 2018 Where: Austin, Texas (UFCU Disch-Falk Field) Time: Friday—7 p.m.; Saturday (DH)—1:30 p.m.; Sunday—1 p.m. TV: Longhorn Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn Live stats: sidearmstats.com/texas/baseball All-time series: Texas leads, 6-0 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS FRIDAY—Northwestern LHP Quinn Lavelle (1-1, 3.72) vs. Texas RHP Chase Shugart (0-0, 3.97) SATURDAY(G1)—Northwestern RHP Hank Christie (0-1, 12.27) vs. Texas RHP Nolan Kingham (1-1, 3.00) SATURDAY(G2)—Northwestern LHP Ryan Bader (1-1, 7.7
  14. Following a 6-2 loss on Friday night, Texas Baseball recorded a doubleheader sweep of Northwestern on Saturday, 10-7 and 16-3. Kody Clemens finished the day with 6 RBI’s and the Longhorn’s received an outstanding pitching performance from Blair Henley in game 2. The pair of wins pushes Texas’ record to 7-4 on the season, while Northwestern drops to 3-6. Game 1 In game 1 of the doubleheader, Texas hit 3 home runs en route to a 10-7 victory. Starter Nolan Kingham received the win and lasted 5 ⅔ innings, allowing 3 runs and striking out 7. Beau Ridgeway threw the final ⅔ innings, notchi
  15. In the series opener against Northwestern, Texas baseball stranded 10 runners and went 0 for 7 with runners in scoring position, ultimately falling to the Wildcats, 6-2, at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. The loss drops Texas to 5-4 on the season, while the win improves Northwestern’s record to 3-4. Longhorn starter Chase Shugart was tagged with the loss, allowing 5 runs and 6 hits in 6 innings, striking out 6. After the game, head coach David Pierce said the right-hander ran into some trouble when he was unable to keep his pitches down in the zone. “When he got the ball down, he was really g
  16. Following a 1-2 series against LSU and a midweek win over UTSA, Texas Baseball is set to host back to back series at UFCU Disch-Falk Field, beginning with a 4 game set against Northwestern this weekend. The Longhorns returned home late Sunday night after a wild series in Baton Rouge. Head Coach David Pierce reflected on the series against the Tigers, and said he felt like his team learned a lot about themselves and what type of team they are. “Honestly, I think what we really learned is we are a better offense than most people think, and we are not as good defensively and pitching a
  17. Following a 3 games series against LSU, Texas Baseball returned to UFCU Disch-Falk Field to host UTSA on Tuesday. Four Longhorn pitchers combined for a 1 hit shutout, propelling Texas to a 2-0 victory. The win puts Texas’ record at 5-3 for the season, while the loss drops the Roadrunners to 2-5. Freshman Nico O’Donnell received his second start of the season and lasted 5 ⅓ innings, earning his first win as a Longhorn. O’Donnell allowed the lone hit and finished with 4 strikeouts. At the plate, David Hamilton and Ryan Reynolds had 2 hits a piece to pace the Longhorns offense.
  18. No. 23 Texas (4-3) vs. UTSA (2-4) February 27, 2018 Where: Austin, Texas (UFCU Disch-Falk Field) Time: 6:30 p.m. TV: Longhorn Network Radio: 104.9 The Horn Live stats: sidearmstats.com/texas/baseball All-time series: Texas leads, 24-5 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS TUESDAY—UTSA LHP Jordan Rodriguez (0-0, 0.00) vs. Texas RHP Nico O’Donnell (0-0, 2.70) GAME NOTES THE MATCHUP—No. 23 Texas faces off against UTSA on Tuesday night…the two teams last faced off in 2016 with the Longhorns coming away with an 11-2 win. A LOOK AT THE ROAD
  19. The Longhorn bats exploded in game 3 of the series against LSU, propelling Texas to a 11-1 victory. The win helped Texas avoid the sweep and get some momentum heading into this upcoming week, when the Longhorns will host UTSA in a midweek game and then welcome in Northwestern for a 4 game series. Let’s take a look at this past weekend’s performance against the Tigers: Hitters of the Weekend- Zach Zubia and Tate Shaw Zubia and Shaw both delivered huge offensive performances over the course of the weekend. After going 0 for 3 on Friday with 3 strikeouts, Zubia responded b
  20. I'm going to go ahead and get this started, and if @Jameson McCausland wants to put in his preview here, bring it on! Couple of notes. Team arrived yesterday and took some time at Alex Box Stadium to get in a few cuts and some light practice. This morning the crew took a tour of the Marucci facilities. It's currently 72 and there's a steady rain falling. The series schedule for this weekend is as follows: FRIDAY 7 PM CST—LSU RHP Zack Hess (0-1, 30.86) vs. Texas RHP Nolan Kingham (1-0, 0.00) SATURDAY 6:30 P
  21. LSU erased a 5-0 deficit, scoring 10 unanswered runs and defeating Texas 10-5 at Alex Box Stadium. The Longhorns hit 3 home runs and pounded out 13 hits, but the Tigers took the second game of the series. Chase Shugart received the start for the Longhorns and cruised through 4 innings before running into trouble in the 5th. The right hander lasted 4 ⅔ innings, allowing 5 runs on 8 hits and received a no-decision. LSU starter Preston Gilbert also received a no-decision, allowing 5 runs on 10 hits. Texas jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second inning. D.J Petrinsky led off the inning wi
  22. In the first road game of the season, Texas dropped the series opener to LSU, 13-4. The Tigers pounded out 16 hits and took advantage of 3 Longhorn errors. The loss drops Texas’ overall record to 3-2, while the win lifts LSU’s record to 3-2. Starter Nolan Kingham was only able to last 3 innings, surrendering 8 runs (4 earned) on 8 hits and walking 2. Relievers Matthew Whalen and Brandon Ivey followed Kingham, and the duo combined to throw 2 ⅔ innings, allowing 5 runs on 5 hits and 4 walks. The lone bright spot on the mound was Parker Joe Robinson, who threw 2 ⅓ scoreless innings wit
  23. In their first midweek game of the season, Texas hosted Lamar at Disch-Falk Field. Despite the chilly conditions, Texas hitters pounded out 10 hits en route to a 7-2 victory over the Cardinals. Freshman Nico O’Donnell received the start on the mound, making his Texas debut. The San Antonio native lasted 3 ⅓ innings, allowing 1 run on 3 hits, while striking out 2. Freshman Bryce Elder received the win in relief, throwing 1 ⅔ scoreless innings with 1 strikeout. At the plate, the Longhorns were paced by DJ Petrinsky and Tate Shaw, who combined for 5 hits and 5 runs. Trailing 1-0 in the
  24. Via Texas Sports No. 19 Texas (2-1) vs. Lamar (1-2) February 21, 2018 Where: Austin, Texas (UFCU Disch-Falk Field) Time: 7:30 p.m. TV: Longhorn Network Radio: 101.9 FM The Horn/1260 AM Live stats: Sidearmstats.com/Texas/Baseball All-time series: Texas leads, 32-7 PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS WEDNESDAY—Lamar LHP Taylor Rich (0-0, 0.00) vs. Texas RHP Nico O’Donnell (0-0, 0.00) GAME NOTES THE MATCHUP—No. 19 Texas hosts Lamar on Wednesday night at UFCU Disch-Falk Field…last season, the Longhorns won, 9-5, on February 28, 2017.
  25. VIA UT RELEASE Kingham named Perfect Game/Rawlings National Pitcher of the Week After a dominant showing in the season opener, junior Nolan Kingham picked up national recognition from Perfect Game/Rawlings. AUSTIN, Texas—Thanks to a dominant eight-inning effort on Friday night in Texas Baseball’s season opener vs. Louisiana, junior right-hander Nolan Kingham was named the Perfect Game/Rawlings Pitcher of the Week. Kingham, who was earlier named a Perfect Game/Rawlings preseason All-American, shut out the Ragin’ Cajuns over eight innings while throwing just 89
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