TCU Horned Frogs vs. Dallas Baptist University Recap
April 7, 2015
Second-ranked TCU beat Dallas Baptist behind a strong eight-inning start by Tyler Alexander. Alexander (2-2) allowed two runs on seven hits, walking none and striking out five. Though not a traditional power, 16th-ranked Dallas Baptist entered the game with the highest RPI in NCAA baseball, making this an impressive win for the Horned Frogs. Center fielder Jeremie Fagnan homered and drove in two for the Horned Frogs, and third baseman Derek Odell and designated hitter Connor Wanhanen had two hits each. Wanhanen is batting .372 for the season. TCU played rare back-to-back games during the week, having defeated Abilene Christian on Monday. TCU improved to 25-6 while Dallas Baptist fell to 24-6.
Texas A&M Aggies vs. Dallas Baptist University Recap
March 3, 2015
Texas A&M remained undefeated on the season at 13-0 with a midweek win in College Station over Dallas Baptist. The 11th-ranked Aggies built a lead on the strength of a four-run fourth inning. With two men on, Nick Banks hit a two-run double for a 3-2 Aggie lead, and Logan Taylor followed with his fifth home run of the season to make it 5-2. But A&M starter Turner Larkins tired in the fifth and allowed two runs, and the visitors pushed across another tally to tie it in the seventh. Blake Allemand then singled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. Andrew Vinson (1-0) got the win in relief and Ryan Hendricks picked up his third save. For Dallas Baptist, who fell to 6-2, David Martinelli was 3-for-4 with a home run, a steal, and two RBI.
Baylor Bears vs. Dallas Baptist University Recap
February 17, 2015
The twenty first ranked Baylor Bears faced off against the always formidable Dallas Baptist University this Tuesday night in Waco Texas. Baylor University came into the game ranked an impressive twenty first in the nation, while the Patriots of DBU entered the game without a blemish on their 4-0 record. The Bears were roughed up in the first inning, as starting pitcher Austin Stone allowed two runs on three hits and two wild pitches. The wild pitching would ultimately be the downfall of Baylor, as they would cumulatively issue eight free passes in the contest. Chance Adams would ultimately get the win for the Patriots, as he pitches for five consecutive outs without allowing a hit. The loss is Baylor's first of the season, as they came into the match with a 3-0 record.