Written By: NM State Athletic Dept.
GRAND PRAIRIE, TX - The New Mexico State baseball team ended its season losing 12-4 to Dallas Baptist in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament, Saturday, May 25 in QuikTrip Park. The Aggies finished the year 29-28.
The Aggies posted four runs on seven hits in a game that featured a 32-minute lightning delay and a 52-minute rain delay. All four Aggie runs came off the bat of junior left fielder Quinnton Mack as he posted a three run home run in the fifth and an RBI single in the eighth.
Dallas Baptist tallied its 12 runs on 13 hits as Aggie starting pitcher Christopher Bradley struggled, giving up four runs in the top of the first. The Patriots scored another run in the second and one in the fifth to take a 6-0 lead but Mack gave NM State hope blasting a rocket-shot over the left-field wall. The first delay started after Mack’s home run and the momentum seemed to come to a halt for the Aggies as well. Continue Reading This Post >>