Morning Headlines for March 28, 2011
Texas Tech Baseball defeated Nebraska Sunday 3-0 as they take the Big 12 Series 2 games to 1. Tech LHP Robbie Kilcrease pitch 7.1 innings of shutout ball to get the win for Tech who is now tied for 2nd with Texas in the Big 12. Tech is now 17 and 8 overall and 4 and 2 in the league.
No. 13 Missouri Softball swept No. 19 Texas Tech over the weekend 4-1 Saturday and 10-1 on Sunday. Tech falls to 35 and 3 on the season, 0 and 2 in the Big 12. Missouri is 26 and 3 overall and 4 and 0 in the Big 12.
The Texas Tech women’s tennis team battled the weather to take down Oklahoma State, 4-3, Sunday afternoon in Stillwater, Okla.
Seth Doege threw for 317 yards (20-of-35) and four touchdowns while Austin Zouzalik hauled in 75 receiving yards on Saturday afternoon in front of 12,400 fans at the annual Spring Game at Jones AT&T Stadium. The Black team prevailed in the contest with a 27-26 win over the Red squad.
No. 5 LCU Baseball rallied for 5 runs in the Bottom of the 9th Saturday to win 11-10 and take the SAC series against Mid America Christian. LCU is 22 and 8 on the season and 8 and 7 in SAC play. Mid America falls to 7 and 20 overall, 4 and 11 in SAC play.
No. 5 LCU Softball completed their 6 game swing through the SAC last week by sweeping Rogers State 7-2 and 8-0 on Saturday. LCU improves to 29 and 6 overall, 8 and 4 in SAC play.
In the NBA last night, Dallas outlasted Phoenix 91-83, Memphis handed San Antonio their third straight loss 111-104, and Miami defeated Houston 125-119.
In spring training Sunday, Texas defeated Seattle 5-4 in 10 innings behind a 3 for 5 3 RBI performance from Michael Young while Detroit doubled up on Houston 8-4.
FONTANA, Calif. (AP) — Kevin Harvick passed five-time NASCAR driving champ Jimmie Johnson on the final turn to win his first race of the season Sunday at Auto Club Speedway for his 15th career win. Johnson finished second and Kyle Busch third.
UNDATED (AP) — If you’ve got this Final Four in your office pool, take a bow. It’s Virginia Commonwealth against Butler and Kentucky vs. Connecticut in next Saturday’s NCAA men’s semifinals in Houston.
Coverage of the NCAA Men’s Final Four begins Saturday at 2:30pm on Sportsradio 1340 The Fan.