The game got off to a rocky start for the Texas Tech Red Raiders as starting pitcher David gave up five runs in the first 2 innings on four hits. The Red Raiders ultimately lost the game 9-3 as their pitching simply could not keep up with the Kansas offense through the first four innings.

It was not all doom and gloom for the Red Raiders however as Scott LeJeune went 2-4 with a run scored. Jamodrick McGruder also played well, going 2-5 for the Red Raiders. With the Loss, Tech will open a ten game home stand, starting April 3rd against D-2 Angelo State. First Pitch is set for 5pm.

Texas Tech falls to 16-13  on the season, and 2-7 in Big 12 play.