Texas A&M Baseball: Aggies finish 2-1 at Frisco College Baseball Classic

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Texas A&M Baseball had a successful weekend at the Frisco College Baseball Classic, going 2-1 with wins against Baylor and Cal.

Entering the Frisco College Baseball Classic with a 9-0 record, the Texas A&M Baseball suffered their first loss of the season. The Aggies quickly responded with two solid wins to close out a good weekend.

The Aggies ran into a tough LA Tech pitching staff but got back on track with wins against Baylor and Cal. For the third weekend in a row, Texas A&M has seemed to improved each day over the weekend series and this weekend was no exception to that.

Game 1: LA Tech defeats Texas A&M 4-2 (Full Box)

Hats off to Matt Miller. The LA Tech starter was in no mood to give Texas A&M hitters anything to hit Friday night as the Bulldogs defeated the Aggies 4-2, giving the Aggies their first loss of the 2018 season. Miller pitched a seven inning beauty, giving up only one run on five hits.

It was an unusually quiet night at the plate for Texas A&M. Stephen Kolek kept Texas A&M into the game only allowing one run in his 5.2 innings of work. However, a 3-run blast by Tanner Huddleston off of Kaylor Chaffin proved to be the turning point of the game. One of the runs was charged to Kolek. Chaffin has really struggled to start the 2018 season and has not located his pitches as well as most Texas A&M fans are used to seeing.

Christian Roa and Nolan Hoffman also got an inning of work in each, allowing a combined one hit. The Aggies scored their first run on a throwing error in the seventh inning and Logan Foster was able to add another in the eighth inning with an RBI Single.