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NM State baseball drops second straight to Cal Baptist on road trip

Aggies held to just three hits in shutout loss

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The Basics
Game Forty-Three
Score: NM State 0, California Baptist 11
Records: NM State (18-25, 8-15 WAC); California Baptist (28-15; 14-9 WAC)
Location: Riverside, Calif. (James W. Totman Stadium)

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – A crucial weekend in WAC play has not gotten off to a stellar start for the NM State baseball team. Falling 11-0 on Saturday night, the Aggies lost for the second straight night.

Three hits was all the Aggies could muster on Saturday night in Southern California. Doubles from Tommy Tabak and Brandon Dieter highlighted the NM State offense. Edwin Martinez-Pagani recorded the only other hit for the Aggies – A single in the second inning.

The game only lasted seven innings as the run-rule came into play. The Lancers scored 11 runs on 13 hits in the ballgame.

Frank Dickson IV, Pablo Cortes, and Cade Swenson all appeared on the mound for the Aggies with Cortes working 4.0 innings.

Quick Hits
• California Baptist takes a 5-0 lead in the season series over NM State.
• The Aggies were unable to draw a walk at the plate in Saturday's contest.
• Frank Dickson IV suffered his first loss of the season on the mound.
On-Deck
Sunday's game against California Baptist will take place beginning at 1 p.m. MT and can be found on ESPN+.

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