Big 12 Baseball: Jon Perrin Tosses Shutout for Oklahoma State

Big 12 baseballSTILLWATER, Okla. – No. 16 Oklahoma State junior righty Jon Perrin hurled a gem Friday night leading the Cowboys to a 7-0 win over Kansas. Perrin threw a complete game shutout allowing six hits and a walk while striking out nine Jayhawks improving to 5-2 on the year. Senior Saulyer Saxon went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored to lead the OK-State offense.

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AUSTIN, Texas – Junior right-hander Preston Morrison threw seven scoreless innings in TCU’s 2-0 defeat of No. 7 Texas. Morrison improved to 5-3 while allowing four hits and three walks, striking out seven Longhorns as he out-dueled Longhorns’ starter Dillon Peters (Jr., LHP) who allowed two runs over 6.2 innings pitched.

NORMAN, Okla. – Oklahoma junior catcher Mac James hit an eighth inning two-run homer off West Virginia starter Harrison Musgrave (RJr., LHP) to win propel the Sooners to a 5-3 win over the Mountaineers Friday night. On the night, James went 2-for-3 driving in Sheldon Neuse (Fr., 3B) twice on the night, the other being a sac fly to tie the game in the sixth.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Senior catcher Blair DeBord‘s only hit of the night was the most important hit for Kansas State as the Wildcats defeated Baylor 6-4 Friday night. DeBord hit a two-out, two-run infield single in the eighth inning to put K-State ahead for good. Senior second baseman Ross Kivett went 2-for-3 with a home run, two runs scored and an RBI for the Wildcats. Baylor’s Adam Toth (Jr., RF) went 2-for-4 with a homer and a triple while scoring twice on the night.

LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech starter Dylan Dusek (Fr., LHP) combined with Corey Taylor (Jr., RHP) and Jonathon Tripp (So., RHP) on a four-hit shutout of Prarie View A&M Friday night as the Red Raiders won 8-0. The trio combined for six strikeouts against only a pair of walks in the winning effort. Adam Kirsch (Sr., RF) hit a solo homer and Tim Proudfoot (Jr., SS) went 3-for-4, scoring twice and driving in two more to pace the Texas Tech offense.

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