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Postgame Notes




March 5, 2011

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  • The Texas Tech pitching staff will enter Sunday's first game of a doubleheader against Dayton with a chance to break the school record for consecutive shutout innings. The Red Raiders have gone 21.1-straight innings without allowing a run dating back to the Wichita State game last Sunday (Feb. 27). The current school record is 22.2 consecutive innings set in 2008.

  • The shutout runs Texas Tech's streak to a school record four-consecutive games as the previous record of three-straight games was last accomplished March 8-9, 2001. Tech has also shutout its opposition in five of its last six games.

  • The Red Raiders have now ended seven-straight games due to the mercy rule. It marks the 13th time this season Tech has run-ruled an opponent, five games shy of the school record set in 1997.

  • After snapping a 12-game hit streak in the earlier game against Dayton, Mikey Kenney recovered to go 2-for-2 at the plate with two runs scored and a RBI. She also added her Big 12-leading 10th double of the season in the second inning.

  • The Tech defense has now not allowed an error in four of its last five games. Tech had two errors in its earlier game against Howard on Saturday.

  • Raven Richardson finished 2-for-3 at the plate with a run scored and two RBIs. It marked her third multiple-hit game of the year and sixth with multiple RBIs.

  • Logan Hall has now hit safely in seven-straight games after a 1-for-1 day at the plate that included two RBIs. She has had at least one hit in all but two games this season.

  • With another solid day at the plate, the Tech batting average keeps rising as the Red Raiders have now hit .411 as a team this year, tops in the Big 12.

  • Ashley Brokeshoulder's win in the circle today moves her to 6-0 overall, tying her with Brittany Talley for the team lead in wins.


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