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Texas Tech blown out by Kansas 17-3 Sunday afternoon

The Red Raiders struggled on both sides of the ball

The Texas Tech Red Raiders finished the series in Lawrence with a devastating loss, falling to the Kansas Jayhawks 17-3.

John McMillion was starting pitcher for the Red Raiders. In just over two innings, he allowed six hits and five runs on 63 pitches. Ty Harpenau took over for McMillion in the third inning after a two-out double. He finished the inning with two hits and five runs allowed. In his 23 pitches, he also had five errors.

John Henry Gonzalez entered to pitch in the fourth with runners on 2nd & 3rd and one out. He only had 11 pitches and allowed one run and struck out two. Dusek was next on the mound. He threw 15 pitches and allowed one hit. Andrew Davis allowed six runs and seven walks in 58 pitches.

Offensively, Texas Tech struggled. The team strung together just eight hits and three runs in the entire game. This was a huge contrast from the first two games in the series where Tech dominated on offense. Farhat’s RBI single over the second baseman allowed Zach Rheams to score. Warren also scored on an RBI groundout from Rheams.

The Red Raiders face Dallas Baptist on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m, and hopefully will show up to this game.