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Red Raider baseball completes a four-game sweep of Northeastern

Texas Tech wins the final game of the series 9-4, and the team appears to be back on track.

The no. 8 Texas Tech Red Raiders completed a four-game sweep of Northeastern on Sunday afternoon with a score of 9-4.

The starting pitcher for the Red Raiders was Ryan Shetter. In 39 pitches, he has two strikeouts and allowed two hits. Left hand pitcher Richard Gilbert only had 17 pitches in Sunday’s game, but he allowed three runs, two hits, and two walks in that short part of the inning. Ty Harpenau entered to pitch after a walk with one away. He finished the inning with a strikeout and groundout. In 35 pitches, he allowed two hits and had five strikeouts. Caleb Freeman finished the game for the Red Raiders. He has 39 pitches in three innings. He faced 11 pitchers striking out three of them. He also allowed three hits and one run.

Gabe Holt, Zach Rheams, Cameron Warren, and Josh Jung all score homeruns Sunday afternoon. In the first pitch, Gabe Holt launched the ball over the fence in right-center. This is his third homerun of the season. He currently has a .535 slugging percentage. Rheams came next with a two-run homer. This is Rheams fourth homerun of the season. He has a slugging percentage of .800 for the season. Cam Warren, with a slugging percentage of .577, also had a two-run homerun to left field. This is his fourth homerun of the season. Josh Jung’s homerun was also a two-run shot to left field. This was his fifth home run of the season.

With the win, Tech moves to 21-5 on the season. They take on New Mexico State on Tuesday afternoon in Las Cruces.