Indiana drops NCAA baseball opener to Texas A&M
Aggies put together a 4th inning 2-out rally that sunk the Hoosiers in the Austin Regional opener.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- John Doxakis had a career-high 12 strikeouts while allowing only one hit over six innings as Texas A&M won its 10th consecutive NCAA regional game, beating Indiana 10-3 in the opener of the Austin Regional on Friday.
Doxakis (8-5) struck out the first five batters he faced. The sophomore lefty, who had 10 strikeouts against Auburn in the SEC Tournament last week, walked two and gave up one unearned run.
Zach DeLoach and Logan Foster each had three hits for the Aggies (40-20), who are the No. 3 seed in Austin.
Luke Miller homered twice -- solo shots in the seventh and ninth innings to give him 13 for the season -- for second-seeded Indiana (38-18).
Foster's two-out RBI single in the fourth started a seven-run outburst that DeLoach capped with a three-run double to chase Indiana starter Jonathan Stiever (5-6). Foster added an RBI triple an inning later.