College baseball: Cowboys beat Arizona State in a wild one

The teams combined for 26 runs, 28 hits and six errors. The game lasted 3 hours, 32 minutes. A combined 10 pitchers were used — and only one, Oklahoma State’s Brendan McCurry, did not allow a run.
From Staff Reports Published: May 4, 2014

The teams combined for 26 runs, 28 hits and six errors. The game lasted 3 hours, 32 minutes. A combined 10 pitchers were used — and only one, Oklahoma State’s Brendan McCurry, did not allow a run.

McCurry notched his 14th save of the season Sunday, wrapping up the Cowboys’ 14-12 college baseball victory over Arizona State before 672 fans at Reynolds Stadium in Stillwater. No. 9-ranked Oklahoma State swept the three-game series over the 26th-ranked Sun Devils, who blew leads Sunday of 3-0 and 11-8.

“Of all the days this year, that one might stand out the most just because of the back-and-forth nature of the game,” OSU coach Josh Holliday said. “It was two very good teams slugging it out with a lot to play for. It was an amazing job by our kids for picking each other up all nine innings. It’s a great win anytime you can sweep a team as good as Arizona State.”

OSU (35-13) took the lead for good with a three-run sixth inning. Saulyer Saxon and Donnie Walton had RBI singles, and another run scored on Tanner Krietemeier’s sacrifice fly.