Postgame Notes

April 26, 2014

Recap |  Box Score

• Iowa State scored its first win over Texas Tech at Rocky Johnson Field since March 28, 2010, when the Cyclones took a 4-2 victory.
• Texas Tech dropped to 25-15 all-time against the Cyclones with the loss and 13-6 in games played in Lubbock.
• Iowa State's 13 runs marked its most ever against Texas Tech.
• The 22 runs between the two teams marked the second-highest scoring game ever in the series. The two teams previously combined for 26 runs in a 19-7 Texas Tech victory on March 30, 2012.
• Despite the loss, Texas Tech has still won eight of the past 10 meetings against the Cyclones.

• The loss snapped a five-game winning streak for Texas Tech against Big 12 foes, its longest in conference play since late in the 2008 season.
• A win over Iowa State would have tied the Texas Tech school record for consecutive Big 12 victories of six from 1998.
• The loss dropped Texas Tech to 16-6 at Rocky Johnson Field this year and 3-5 during Big 12 play.
• The loss marked the first time Texas Tech had lost when scoring nine or more runs since falling to South Florida, 15-9, on Feb. 27, 2009.
• Texas Tech surrendered a season-high 16 hits to the Cyclones. Iowa State's 13 runs were the second-most by a Texas Tech opponent this year as well.
• Iowa State's four runs in the third and five runs in the sixth marked the first time this season where the Red Raiders have allowed four or more runs in an inning twice in a game.
• Texas Tech stranded a season-high 13 runners on base, its most since leaving 15 on against UNLV on March 22 last year.
• Texas Tech surrendered two home runs to Iowa State. It was just the fourth time this year where the Red Raiders have allowed two or more long balls to leave the field.
• Texas Tech dropped to 8-7 this year when its opponent scores in the opening inning. The Red Raiders are also 8-12 when opponents score first.
• Iowa State's 13 runs marked only the 11th time in Shanon Hays' tenure that a Texas Tech opponent has scored 10 or more runs against the Red Raiders.
• Texas Tech scored six or more runs for the seventh time in its last eight games. The Red Raiders are 6-2 during that stretch.

Shanon Hays
• Hays dropped to 185-93 all-time at Texas Tech with the loss. The fifth-year head coach will head into Sunday's rubber match needing a win for his 300th of his career as Hays is now 299-109 in his seven seasons as a collegiate softball coach.
• Hays dropped to 9-3 all-time against Iowa State, including a 5-2 mark in games played at Rocky Johnson Field.

Cassie McClure
• McClure connected on a home run for the third-consecutive game en route to finishing 3-for-5 at the plate with two RBI.
• It was McClure's 14th multiple-hit game this year and her seventh time with at least two RBI. She has had at least two hits in four of Texas Tech's last seven games.
• Her fourth inning RBI single extended her hitting streak to a season-best seven games. She has also reached base in each of the past 13 games as well.

Sydni Emanuel
• Emanuel went 2-for-3 at the top of the lineup for her team-leading 21st multiple-hit game this year. It was Emanuel's fourth multiple-hit performance in Texas Tech's last five games.
• Emanuel also stole a pair of bases en route to breaking Ashley Parker's 2006 single-season school record. Emanuel now has 38 stolen bases on the year, two more than Parker's previous record.

Kierra Miles
• Miles connected on a home run for the second-straight day as she sent a two-run shot over the fence in left during the sixth inning. It was her sixth home run already this year.
• Her two RBI game marked her team-leading ninth multiple-RBI performance this season.

Kady Crow
• Crow finished 2-for-3 at the plate for her first career multiple-hit game as a Red Raider.




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