For the first time this season, the Texas Tech baseball team was swept in a three game series, as Kansas quieted the Red Raider bats again and took Game 3, 4-1, on Sunday afternoon.
Jayhawk starting pitcher Frank Duncan tossed a complete game, only allowing five hits and one run, striking out seven Red Raiders.
Tech scored their only run in the fourth inning on a double by Tyler Neslony, but Duncan silenced the Red Raider offense the rest of the way.
When the series began, 19th ranked Texas Tech was in third place in the Big 12, and now have fallen all the way to sixth after their sweep at the hand of the Jayhawks. Tech sits at 36-16 overall and 11-10 in conference.
The team will travel to Dallas Baptist for a midweek game, and then come home for their final conference series of the season against West Virginia.
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