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Texas Tech Baseball Swept by New Mexico in Lubbock

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Texas Tech’s baseball team gets swept by New Mexico.

The Red Raiders lost their second game 6-4 to the Lobos Wednesday afternoon at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.

This comes after a 10-3 loss to New Mexico on Tuesday evening.

Scoring was somewhat slow in the game for the Lobos, who scored one run in the first inning, two in the fourth, two in the seventh, and one in the eighth. The Red Raiders scored three of their four runs in the eighth inning, but still failed to catch up to their rivals.

Wednesday’s game concluded Tech’s 10-game homestand, the longest of the season.

The Red Raiders next take on Oklahoma State at Stillwater on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

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