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#19 Texas Tech Wins in Extra Innings Over Oral Roberts on Tuesday

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The #19 ranked Texas Tech Red Raider baseball team needed twelve innings to take care of the University of Oral Roberts on Tuesday as they score three runs in the top of the twelfth to take the win up in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Tim Tadlock and company won its fourth straight game on their way to winning 12 of its last 14 games while sweeping the four-game season series against the Golden Eagles, who are now 4-4 this year against teams from the Big 12 with all four losses coming at the hands of the Red Raiders.  With the win, the team has now improved to 36-13 on the year and hold a 11-7 mark in conference play.  Texas Tech will continue the road trip they are on this weekend when they travel to Lawrence, Kansas to face the Kansas Jayhawks.  The series opener between Tech and KU is set for Friday with first pitch for that game set for 6pm.

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