Senior shortstop Cameron Blair snapped hit three-game hitting slump with a leadoff double in the top of the first. Blair finished x-for-x after going 0-for-16 dating back to the New Mexico game last Monday.
Junior first baseman Trey Stewart picked up his second home run of the game in the top of the fifth when he laced a solo shot over the fence in right-center field. His home run tied the game at 6-6.
The three-game sweep was the first suffered by Texas Tech this season and the first since the Sooners swept the Red Raiders here in 2003. Texas Tech is now 0-7-1 in its last eight games at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
Oklahoma's three-game sweep ties the all-time series between the two schools at 21-21-1.
Oklahoma's Ryan Rohlinger hit a grand slam in the bottom of the sixth and that was the first by a Tech opponent this season.
Freshman catcher Matt Smith hit his second home run of the season in the top of eighth to pull Tech within four at 13-9.
Junior designated hitter Brent Thomas hit his fifth home run of the season with one out in the top of the ninth.
Despite the loss, Texas Tech clinched a berth in the upcoming Big 12 Conference Tournament by virtue of Texas' 11-1 win over Texas A&M earlier in the day. Texas Tech will be the eighth seed in the tournament, marking its lowest seeding in the history of the tournament.
The seeds have been set for the Big 12 Tournament and will be as follows:
6. Oklahoma State
8. TEXAS TECH