Louisiana Tech at New Mexico State Game One Notes



April 19, 2012

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  • The 3-2 loss marked the fourth one-run Western Athletic Conference game for Louisiana Tech.
  • Alex Williams hit his 10th home of the season in the sixth inning to tie the game at 1-1.
  • The solo shot was Williams’ 32nd home run as a Bulldog.
  • Williams’ solo shot gave Tech its first run in 11 innings; Tech last scored in the third inning of Sunday’s game at Nevada.
  • Williams’ home run was his first hit in conference action since his solo shot on April 8 vs. Sacramento State.
  • Williams and Ryan Gebhardt have started all 37 games while Gebhardt has played every inning of every game.
  • Williams has started 104 consecutive games dating back to last season.
  • With his start tonight, Williams took sole possession of seventh place in Tech history with 203 games played.
  • Taylor Terrasas made his first start since March 30 at Oral Roberts.
  • Sam Alvis’ leadoff single to begin the game marked the third consecutive game that Tech began a contest with a base hit.
  • Alvis recorded his ninth multi-hit game with a single and a double.
  • Alvis’ double plated Terrasas and gave the Bulldogs a 2-1 lead.
  • The run in the seventh marked the first time Tech scored in back-to-back innings since April 10 vs. Stephen F. Austin.
  • Austin Hedges’ single in the top of the fifth ended a streak of 12 consecutive hitters retired for the Bulldogs.
  • Three of Tech’s six hits led off an inning.
  • Jeb Stefan’s 129 pitches were the most the right-hander has thrown since April 30, 2009 against Hawai’I (129).