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March 31, 2012

Recap |  Box Score

• With the win, Texas Tech improved to 21-13 all-time against the Cyclones as the Red Raiders have now won nine of the past 11 meetings.
• Prior to today's game, the Red Raiders had scored 15 or more runs in each of their last three games against the Cyclones.
• The Red Raiders improved to 11-5 all-time when playing Iowa State in Lubbock.
• Head coach Shanon Hays is now 5-1 all-time against Iowa State and 3-1 when playing the Cyclones in Lubbock.

• The win was Tech's 29th of the season, leaving the Red Raiders one shy of reaching 30 for the third-straight year. Tech has not had three-straight 30-win seasons since 1997-99.
• The win was Tech's 12th-straight, extending a winning streak that is the program's longest since starting the 2011 season 24-0 overall.
• The win moved Tech to 18-2 during the month of March and 9-2 when playing on Saturday.
• The Red Raiders did not record an error for the second-straight game. Tech is 17-4 on the year when not recording an error.
• The game marked Tech's seventh-straight outing where the Red Raiders scored five or more runs. The Red Raiders are 13-1 when scoring at least six runs this season.
• Tech had previously homered in each of its last seven games dating back to the second game of a March 14 doubleheader at Stony Brook.

Adriana Perez
• Perez recorded her fourth-straight multiple hit game to extend her hitting streak to 13 games, the longest for any Red Raider this season.
• Despite the 2-for-4 day at the plate, Perez snapped a three-game streak where she had recorded a home run.
• Perez finished with two RBI at the plate, marking her 10th multiple-RBI game of the year. She also recorded her 14th multiple-hit game of the year.
• Over the past four games, Perez is 11-for-13 at the plate with five home runs and 17 RBI.

Emily Bledsoe
• Bledsoe was once again reliable at the plate as she went 1-for-3 at the plate with a pair of RBI.
• Her two-run double in the third marked her 45 of her career, leaving her three shy of entering the top 10 in Big 12 history.
• It was her fifth multiple-RBI game of the year and

Mikey Kenney
• Kenney went 2-for-3 at the plate for her ninth multiple-hit game of the year. It was her third multiple-hit game in the last five games.
• She stole her team-leading 11th base of the year in the fourth inning. Kenney is now 30-for-30 in stolen base attempts over her career.

Raven Richardson
• Richardson went 2-for-4 at the plate for her eighth multiple-hit game of the year.

Cara Custer
• Custer recorded her third save of the year, which is now tied for the Big 12 lead.
• She is now one save shy of the Tech single-season record held by Erin Crawford in 2006.
• It marks the second-straight year a Tech pitcher had three saves in a season as Kermitria Ward and Brittany Talley had three last year.

Brittany Talley
• Talley picked her ninth win of the year after giving up two runs off five hits in 5.0 innings.
• It marked her first Big 12 win of the year in what was her first start during league play.
• She is now 2-0 all-time against the Cyclones.




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