Trailing, 4-2, at the start of the eighth, Army benefited from two throwing errors from Texas State during the inning and RBI singles from J.P. Polchinski, David Darnell, Joey Henshaw. A sacrifice fly Andy Ernesto also contributed to the cause.
Henshaw also had a solo homer in the third inning.
Army's Tyler Anderegg pitched an inning and got the win. Kevin McKague picked up the save. Lance Loftlin picked up the loss for Texas State.
Sophomore pitcher Ben Koenigsfeld scattered seven hits over seven good innings of throwing but Army trailed when he left the field.
Army improves to 35-20. Texas State's season ends with a 41-17 record.
Army shocks Texas State, 7-4
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