TCU MEDIA RELATIONS:
FORT WORTH – TCU and Abilene Christian picked up where it left off on March 21 in Abilene on Tuesday night, completing the suspended game with the Horned Frogs coming out the victors with a 3-0 win. The game resumed with two outs in the top of the fifth.
Back on March 21, TCU built a 2-0 lead in the first two innings before the game was eventually suspended with two out in the top of the fifth due to a lightning storm that passed through the area.
Cam Warner doubled, stole second and scored on an Evan Skoug sacrifice fly in the first. Elliott
In the resumption portion of the game, ACU’s best chance to get back in the game came in the seventh after a lead-off single. With one out and a runner on second, Russell Crippen singled to left, but Josh Watson’s throw home was on target as they cut down the runner trying to score for the second out.
Jake Eissler (4-0) picked up the win with three innings of relief on the mound. He allowed just three hits, walked one and struck out two. Durbin Feltman collected his 11th save of the season with a perfect ninth inning.
Stat of the Game
42 – The game originally started on March 21 at Abilene Christian. It was completed 42 days later in Fort Worth at Lupton Stadium
• The game originally started on March 21 in Abilene and was suspended with one on and two out in the top of the fifth.
• This is the second time under the guidance of head coach Jim Schlossnagle that a game has been started on the road and finished in Fort Worth (vs. Air Force in 2010).
• An oddity for the evening sees the game slot into its original start date of March 21, therefore giving TCU at one point in the season a 14-game winning streak (March 21-April 11), the longest under the guidance of Jim Schlossnagle.
• TCU registered its third shutout of the season.
• TCU stole multiple bases in a game for the 22nd time.
• Austen Wade has reached base safely in 31 straight games.
• Luken Baker stretched his on-base streak to 25.
• Baker posted his 12th multi-hit game of the season and the 38th of his career.
• Cam Warner collected his 15th multi-hit game of the season and the 39th of his career.
• Elliott Barzilli hit his fourth home run of the season and the 15th of his career.
• Zach Humphreys tallied his first career stolen base.
• Durbin Feltman improved to 20-of-21 in save opportunities.
With the victory, TCU improves to 32-11 overall. The Horned Frogs return to league play this weekend when they host nationally-ranked Texas for three games, all to be televised on the ESPN family of networks.