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NATCHITOCHES, La. - From NSU Athletics:  Louisiana Tech jumped out an early lead and held  the Northwestern State baseball team to one run until the seventh inning in a 10-5 Bulldog win in non-conference action on Tuesday night at Brown-Stroud Field. Northwestern State fell to 25-20 on the season, and Louisiana Tech improved to 14-27.

Tyler Ervine started the Bulldog offense with a two-run home run over the center field wall in the second inning.  The homer scored Tyler Qualls, who led the inning with a walk.  Steven Blanchard grounded out to shortstop and scored Thomas Simoneaux for the third run in the frame.

Louisiana Tech added two runs the third and fourth innings, each.  Ervine had an RBI single, and Simoneaux reached on a fielder's choice that scored Steven Gandy in the third inning. Blanchard singled to left field in the fourth inning and scored Bre'shon Kimbell, and scored when Taylor Love reached on an error.

Tech added another run in the sixth inning when Ryan Jones tripled to right field and scored Colby Johnson from first base.  Johnson reached on a two-out single to right field.

The Bulldogs made it 9-1 in the seventh on a Simoneaux's double down the left field line that scored Ervine. 

The Demons scored the game's first run in the first inning when Caleb Dugas lined a single just past the third baseman's glove.  His base knock scored Edwin Gomez, who led off the inning with double down the left field line.  Gomez reached third base on a sacrifice bunt from Bret Underwood.

NSU added two in the bottom of the seventh inning.  With the bases loaded, Gomez singled to left field and scored Regan Kaufman.  Kelsey Richard scored from third base on a fielder's choice by Underwood.

Nathan Lyons made it 9-4 in the eighth inning when he homered to left center field.  After Louisiana Tech made it 10-4 in the ninth, NSU added another run in the ninth inning when Dugas scored on a single to third base from Daughdrill.

Steven Spann (7-6) started the game for the Demons and lasted two innings.  He gave up three runs on two hits, two walks and one hit by pitch.  He gave up the homer to Ervine.

Evan Tidwell came on in relief, and gave up four runs in 1.1 innings of work.  He allowed six hits.  Joey Parrack pitched two-thirds of an inning, and was perfect. Nathan Aultman pitched two innings and allowed one run on two hits.

Devin Bear and Edward Ruggers each pitched one inning in the game.  Bear was perfect, and Ruggers allowed one run on one hits.

Mark Baughman (1-2) took the win on five innings pitched.  He allowed one run on four hits and one walk.  Eric Dunbar worked on inning and gave up two hits. Luke Giddens gave up two runs on three walks, and Phil Maton relieved him and gave up one hit.

Autin Greer pitched two-thirds of inning, and Laetten Galbraith worked 1.1 innings and allowed a run on a hit.

The Bulldogs outhit the Demons 12-10, but NSU left 10 runners stranded on base.

Daughdrill led NSU with three hits in four at-bats, and Gomez, Dugas and Atkinson each at two base knocks.  Ervine had two base hits and three RBIs for Louisiana Tech, and Kimball had two hits. 
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