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Nevada Eliminated From Mountain West Championship

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Nevada Release
5/24/2013
 
 
 

The University of Nevada baseball team was eliminated from the Mountain West Championship today falling 10-1 to Fresno State at Pete Beiden Field in Fresno, Calif.  The Wolf Pack ends the season 25-32.

Nevada got a sacrifice fly from first baseman Hugo Hernandez in the top of the sixth to tie the Bulldogs at one.  FS scored the next nine runs to win 10-1.

Senior Tom Jameson (1-9) suffered the loss allowing nine runs on nine hits in 7.2 innings on the mound.  Tyler Linehan (3-7) earned the win pitching a complete game five hitter.

Five different Pack hitters collected a hit and Hernadez drove in Nevada's only run.

The Bulldogs got home runs from Jordan Luplow and Brody Russell.

 

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