Texas Tech clean sweeps the NO. 22 Mountaineers

Story by Jayden Santos / Alpha Media Intern

Lubbock, Texas – Texas Tech (29-13, 12-9 BIG 12) swept the NO.22 Mountaineers in three much needed wins. 

The Red Raiders were on a tough four-game losing streak dating back to two close games against TCU and two one-run losses against the Razorbacks.

Game one, the Red Raiders came out scoring six runs in the first three innings. 

Right fielder Austin Green had a huge day batting in five runs off of three hits.

The Red Raiders capitalized off of three errors by the Mountaineers, scoring fifteen runs off of twelve hits. 

Game two proved to be a closer game, with the Red Raiders inching out the Mountaineers taking the game six to four. 

Texas Tech first baseman Gavin Kash was the difference-maker, batting in three runs off of four hits.

Game three was another hard-fought battle, with your Red Raiders claiming the sweep by beating the Mountaineers three to one.

The Red Raiders were led by the masterful pitching performance of Kyle Robinson, who allowed only one run through seven innings of work.

The Red Raiders currently sit tied for fifth in the Big 12, just half a game behind Oklahoma State, Texas, and West Virginia.

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