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College Baseball: Texas State falls short in upset bid at No. 3 Texas A&M

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COLLEGE STATION — When a team's pitchers hand out more walks than its offense scores back in runs, that's usually not a recipe for success.

Yet, during Texas State's 8-7 extra-inning loss to Texas A&M on Tuesday night inside Blue Bell Park, the visitors nearly got away with 10 free passes, six of which resulted in runs.

The Aggies eventually put away the upset-minded Bobcats in the eleventh inning, however.

Texas State has done plenty of celebrating lately as Ricci Woodard's team has won seven games in a row (Gerald Castillo).

College Softball: Confident Bobcats head to Texas A&M for final midweek tilt

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Tonight the Bobcats travel to face No. 25 Texas A&M in College Station for the final midweek game of the season.

Currently riding a seven-game win streak, Texas State (29-19, 11-6 in the Sun Belt) is looking for its first victory over the Aggies (34-17) since 2009 back during the opening game of Bobcat Softball Stadium that set the attendance record (1,353) that still stands today. The Aggies will try and maintain the strong advantage they’ve had on the Texas State softball program historically (10-59 all-time).

Texas State freshman pitcher Randi Rupp has been on quite a roll of late inside the circle (Gerald Castillo).

College Softball: Rupp tabbed as pitcher of the week for second straight week

Following another masterful week inside the circle, Texas State freshman pitcher Randi Rupp received yet-another award.

For the second consecutive week, Rupp has been honored as the Sun Belt Conference’s pitcher of the week.

After allowing only eight hits last week, the Mont Belvieu native had a perfect 4-0 record. In the Bobcats’ victories against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Appalachian State, she carried a 0.58 ERA over 24.1 innings of work, including all three victories against the Mountaineers.


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