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Texas Tech throttled by Kansas State 15-2

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Texas Tech dropped game two of its three game series at Kansas State, 15-2, on Saturday afternoon at Tointon Family Stadium.

Texas Tech drops to 17-16 overall and to 4-7 in Big 12 play while K-State improves to 22-10 and to 5-3 in Big 12 play.

  • The 13-run loss marked Tech's worst ever loss against K-State... The Wildcats' 15 runs marked their most runs ever scored against Tech in Manhattan and their second most against the Red Raiders all-time, only one run behind their 16 runs in Lubbock against Tech in 2006 during a 16-5 win.

  • It marks the most runs allowed by the Red Raiders since allowing 15 runs to Nebraska in 2011 in Lubbock during a 15-5 loss.

  • The 15 runs allowed on the road mark the most allowed by Tech since April 27, 2010 when allowing 15 runs at New Mexico... It is the most runs allowed by Tech on the road in a Big 12 game since April 26, 2009 in a 15-2 loss in seven innings at Missouri.

  • Junior LHP Jonny Drozd (3-3) took the loss allowing seven runs on four hits and two walks in 0.1 innings.

  • Eight Red Raiders had base hits in the game, no Tech player had a multi-hit game.

  • K-State hit four home runs in the game. Marks the most allowed by Tech this season... The Red Raiders gave up four home runs in a game twice last season (vs. Rice – Minute Maid Park; at Texas A&M).

Texas Tech and K-State will conclude their three-game series at Tointon Park on Sunday at 1 p.m.

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