It doesn’t get much clearer for Texas State.
If the Bobcats are to make the Western Athletic Conference Tournament Championship Game, they’ll need New Mexico State to beat Dallas Baptist tomorrow afternoon and then Texas State must beat UT Arlington. Should one of those conditions not be met — specifically a loss by the Aggies — the Bobcats’ season is done.
Texas State put itself in this situation Friday after a 7-5 loss to Dallas Baptist. Senior third baseman Nick Smelser belted a three-run home run in the game, but it wasn’t enough.
Later in the afternoon, New Mexico State knocked off UTA and left each team in Pool B with a 1-1 record.
Want to know the rest of the scenarios in Pool B? Here you go.
- For Texas State to reach title game: NMSU must beat DBU; Texas State must beat UTA.
- For UTA to reach title game: DBU must beat NMSU; UTA must beat Texas State.
- For NMSU to reach title game: NMSU must beat DBU; UTA must beat Texas State.
- For DBU to reach title game: DBU must beat NMSU, Texas State must beat UTA.