Texas Tech Baseball Wins First Two Games Against Michigan [PHOTOS]
#13 Texas Tech Baseball started a three-game series against the Michigan Wolverines on Thursday at Rip Griffin Park, and the Red Raiders have won the first two games.
Thursday's game started out slowly, with neither team plating a run before the fourth inning. Michigan took a 1-0 lead into the fifth inning and that's when Texas Tech was able to bust the game open.
The Red Raiders scored six runs in the fifth inning en route to a 11-2 win over Michigan.
Brian Klein, Cole Stilwell and Max Marusak all went 2-for-4 from the plate, driving in a total of five runs between the trio.
On the mound, Micha Dallas (2-0) pitched five innings, struck out seven and only gave up one earned run to earn his second win of the season.
Friday's game was moved up to 4pm due to the chance of severe weather in the Lubbock area, and the early start didn't hamper the Red Raiders. Texas Tech jumped out to a 1-0 lead after the first inning, and then used five runs in the sixth, and three runs in the seventh to beat Michigan 10-3.
Saturday's game starts at 2pm at Rip Griffin Park, and then Texas Tech will play Stetson on Sunday at 2pm and Monday at 1pm. Also, Michigan and Stetson will play against each other Saturday evening at 6:30pm at Rip Griffin Park.