San Jose State players used Game 1 of a four game series against New Mexico State to pad their batting stats in route to a seven inning, 24-5 victory over the Aggies in Las Cruces, NM. Left fielder Jacob Bruns was five for five with five rbi's; 3rd baseman Corey Valine was five for six, with a team leading seven rbi's; and 2nd baseman Karson Klauer had five rbi's on four hits. Pitcher Max Peterson took the victory, giving up five runs on three hits over 3.1 innings. In relief, Trevor Gibson pitched 3.2 scoreless innings, giving up only two hits. The Spartans improved their season record to 33-16 overall and 9-6 in WAC games. New Mexico State dropped to a record of 38-11 overall, and 9-8 in the WAC.
Play resumes tomorrow with a double header beginning at 3:05 PM MT. David Berner is expected to be on the mound for the Spartans.
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