Texas A&M Vs. San Diego State Baseball: Aggies Win First Game Of Weekend Set 4-1

Led by the stellar pitching of Michael Wacha, Texas A&M was able to defeat San Diego State by a score of 4-1 at Olsen Field Friday evening in College Station.

Wacha improved his record to 8-0 with the victory, and his pitching line for the night was impressive. He pitched into the eighth inning and allowed only one run on five hits, striking out eight Aztecs in the process. The Aggies scored all four of their runs in the third inning, getting key extra base hits from Mikey Reynolds, Tyler Naquin, and Troy Stein. Justin Hepner pitched well in defeat for San Diego State, only giving up one earned run in eight innings of work.

With the win, Texas A&M improved their record to 35-14 while San Diego State's record is now stands at 22-28. They will meet again tomorrow afternoon with Ross Stripling set to go for the Aggies against Michael Cerderoth for San Diego State.

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