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Texas Tech eliminated from Big 12 Championship

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No. 21 Texas Tech was eliminated from the Big 12 Championship with a 9-8 loss against Oklahoma on Thursday afternoon at Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.

The Sooners scored six runs during the final two innings, including three runs in the ninth and a game-winning walk-off two-run single by Sheldon Neuse that gave Tech its second loss of the tournament.

Tyler Neslony tied a school record at the Big 12 Championship with four hits (6th time, first since 2011 – Nick Popescu vs. Texas A&M) while extending his hit streak to 17 games, the longest by a Red Raider since 2004.

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