No. 7 Texas A&M beats Arizona State again at College Baseball Series to start 11-0 for first time since 2015

The Texas A&M baseball team is 11-0 for the first time since 2015 following a 10-5 win against Arizona State on Sunday afternoon in Arlington.

The No. 7 Aggies shut out the Sun Devils (5-6) on Friday 4-0 and beat USC 9-3 on Saturday during the College Baseball Series at Globe Life Field, home of the Texas Rangers. Texas A&M now leads its all-time series against Arizona State 2-1.

The Aggies scored all 10 of their runs in the first three innings. Texas A&M tallied 3 in the first & third frames, respectively, and four in the second. The Sun Devils scored once in each of the third, sixth & ninth innings and twice in the eighth.

Junior right fielder Braden Montgomery dominated this weekend, recording a .364 batting average with 2 home runs, 9 runs batted in, 2 walks and 2 hit by pitch. He has now reached base in 39 consecutive contests.

Freshman second baseman Jack Bell made his first collegiate start, allowing 2 runs scored, 1 RBI and 1 walk. Redshirt senior right-handed pitcher Zane Badmaev (1-0) earned the victory in relief. He tossed 1.1 frames and gave up 1 hit, 1 run and 1 walk on 31 pitches.

Sophomore LHP Justin Lamkin started on the bump and was given a no-decision. He allowed 1 run and 1 walk with 5 strikeouts on 78 pitches.

The Lone Star Showdown, baseball edition, returns on Tuesday night at UFCU DischFalk Field. The Aggies will travel two hours west to Austin and play the No. 15 Longhorns at 6:30 p.m.

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