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Baseball Texas-Pan American 3, UND 1 EDINBURG, Texas -- Sam Street pitched his fifth straight complete game in helping host Texas-Pan American to a win over North Dakota on Friday evening in the opener of a three-game Western Athletic Conference ...

 

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Texas-Pan American 3,
UND 1

EDINBURG, Texas - Sam Street pitched his fifth straight complete game in helping host Texas-Pan American to a win over North Dakota on Friday evening in the opener of a three-game Western Athletic Conference series. Street leads the NCAA in pitching wins this season (11).

UND (9-21, 8-8 WAC) got on the board first with a two-out rally in the top of the fourth inning. Sam Alt, making his eighth start of the season and first since April 19, doubled down the left-field line to plate Jeff Campbell and give North Dakota a 1-0 advantage.

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UTPA (20-27, 10-9) had the answer in the bottom of that inning, however, with a two-out rally of its own.

The Broncs added an insurance run in the eighth with an unearned tally as a pair of UND errors helped UTPA grab a two-run advantage. Street finished his ninth game of the season with a one-two-three ninth inning and the Broncs sneaked ahead of North Dakota in the league standings.

Alt and Jacob Threlkeld each went 2-for-3 to lead North Dakota. Andrew Thome took the loss, throwing eight innings with two earned runs on eight hits and six strikeouts.

Softball

UND splits with Idaho State

D Jantzer hit a walk-off double as UND rallied to beat Idaho State in the second game of Friday’s doubleheader at Apollo Park.

The UND offense was led by Kim Granata, who went 2-for-2. Amanda Johnson drove in three runs.

Megan Hedstrom went the distance on the mound for UND, pitching a complete seven innings.

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In the first game, Idaho State scored five runs in the first inning en route to an 11-1 win.

 “In the first game we made a few errors and Idaho State got a lot of runs from them,” said UND coach Eric Oakley.  “We told the team that if we don’t have those errors it’s a close game and that there’s no reason why we can’t compete in the second game, and we did.”

Bengals catcher Vicky Galasso went 3-for-3 with a pair of runs and 3 RBI in their win.

UND closes its home schedule when it hosts Idaho State at 1 p.m. today at Apollo Park.

 

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