Tigers' big inning bites Rangers; Bundy hits three home runs


Eric Scott

Justin Bundy (15) makes contact with a pitch during the second game of a doubleheader on Sunday against Arkansas Tech. In a midweek game on Wednesday at Fort Hays State, Bundy tied a school record with three home runs. The Rangers had hit 16 homers this season, equaling their total from all of 2017.

ALVA, Okla. – Big innings continue to doom the Northwestern Oklahoma State University baseball team as it dropped its midweek game at Fort Hays State, 18-16, on the road Wednesday afternoon.

The Rangers lost their third straight game, after suffering a doubleheader sweep at the hands of Arkansas Tech on Sunday. The first losing streak of the season has caused the Rangers to fall to an 8-7 record overall.

They look to break the skid in their first true road conference series on Friday when they take on Southeastern Oklahoma State. Game one of the series is scheduled for 2 p.m., with games two a...

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