LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Red Raider baseball teams six-game winning streak came to an end Sunday afternoon after falling No. 14 Oklahoma, 12-5.
The Red Raider bats struggled in the game, where they tallied five runs on nine hits and left four runners on base.
John McMillon picked up the loss for Texas Tech, where he tossed five innings and had five strikeouts.
In all, the Red Raiders had eight pitchers throw in Sunday's game against Oklahoma (A season high for Texas Tech).
With this loss, this is Tech's second time to lose at home in Big 12 Play (The first came against West Virginia on March 29, 2018.)
The Red Raiders are now 32-9 on the season, and 10-5 in Big 12 Conference play.
Up next, Texas Tech will head to Fayetteville to face Arkansas in a two-game series starting Tuesday.