Terrasas and Arnsberg have career days to eliminate the number one seed
May 25, 2012
- Louisiana Tech has won two consecutive WAC Tournament games for the first time in team history.
- The Bulldogs defeated New Mexico State for the first time this season.
- Senior first baseman Alex Williams and sophomore shortstop Ryan Gebhardt have started all 53 games for the Bulldogs while Gebhardt has played every inning of every game.
- Williams has started 120 consecutive games dating back to last season.
- With his start, Williams has played in his 219th career game (started 215), third most by any Tech player in the program’s history.
- For the second consecutive game, Kyle Arnsberg has reached base safely to begin the bottom of the first for the Bulldogs.
- The leadoff single in the third by Williams extended his hitting streak to 17 games and on-base streak to 23 games.
- With the single, Williams has compiled 247 hits in his career, tying Chris Loy for second all-time in Tech history.
- His walk was the 86th of his career, tying him for 10th place on the all-time Tech list.
- Williams scored his 140th career run in the third inning, taking sole possession of fourth place in Tech history.
- With his double in the third inning, Taylor Terrasas has reached base safely in 14 consecutive games.
- The Bulldogs hit three doubles in the third inning to take a 5-4 lead going into the middle innings.
- The three doubles in an inning was the first time Tech did so since Feb. 22 at UALR.
- Kyle Arnsberg recorded a career high three hits while Terrasas ties career high with five RBI.
- The game marks the second consecutive game the Bulldogs record 16+ hits, the first time the Bulldogs have done so this season.
- Chris Sadberry threw a career high 103 pitches and 5.1 innings in relief in the victory.