The Bearkats struck first during the contest. Moving into the Sam Houston State half of the first, Tech led, 2-0.
Arizona would get a solo homer from Boyd to lead off the top of the ninth, but that would be it as Wesneski would retire three of the final four Wildcat hitters to close it out and send the Kats to the regional final. However, a double play ended the winning without an Arizona run crossing the plate.
Donica then walked Texas Tech first baseman Hunter Hargrove on four straight balls and gave up a bloop single to right fielder Ryan Long to put runners on the corners. Cody Deason came on to pitch a scoreless inning to send the game to the 11 inning. He moved over to second base on a sacrifice bunt from Jared Oliva.
- Bryce Johnson entered the day with 85 hits to his season ledger, and added two more to that total against the Wildcats.
After giving up a double down the left-field line to Red Raiders leadoff hitter Grant Little, center fielder Tanner Gardner launched a two-run bomb over the right-field wall off Donica two batters later.
After the double, Arizona called to the bullpen and brought in junior Landon Faulkner. Berglund was thrown out at third to end the inning, but Tech increased it's lead, 6-0.
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When Tech took the field in the seventh inning, junior right-hander Jose Quezada took over on the mound.
Gingery (10-1) allowed just two hits over six innings with eight strikeouts.
Arizona senior infielder Louis Boyd at second base after a base hit.
Arizona head coach Jay Johnson (2) argues a call with the plate umpire in the Wildcats' 5-4 loss to Sam Houston State on Friday.
The first run of the game finally came in the sixth inning when Salazar came through for the Cats.
The second and third innings went quickly and quietly, with neither team being able to get their offense rolling. Aguilera went two innings, allowing one hit and one walk, while striking out two to earn the first win of his Arizona career. He singled to center on a 3-1 count to score Matijevic and break the 0-0 tie.