REBELS DEFEAT SPARTANS IN GAME TWO OF SERIES
The UNLV baseball team triumphed over San Jose State, 13-7, Friday evening at Earl E. Wilson Stadium.
The Rebels saw their record improve to 24-11 (14-3 MW), while the Spartans dropped to 18-17 (9-8 MW).
REBEL OF THE GAME: Diego Alarcon went 2-for-4 at the plate with three RBI, his seventh homer of the season and two runs scored for the Rebels.
TURNING POINT: The ballgame was tied, 2-2, going into the home frame of the fourth inning, only for the Rebels to score four runs on three hits, including the homer from Alarcon, to pull ahead.
Josh Sharman (3-1) earned his third win of the season after pitching 6.0 innings, allowing only four runs off of seven hits and six strikeouts.
Noah Beal had a quality hold for the Rebels after pitching 3.0 innings of relief, allowing four runs on three hits and seven strikeouts.
Jonathan Clark (1-3) was handed the loss after pitching 4.0 innings and allowing six runs off of six hits and five strikeouts.
UP NEXT: The Rebels will close out the three-game series against San Jose State Saturday, first pitch is scheduled for 12:05 p.m.
Single-game ticket prices this season are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, faculty and staff, and $5 to groups of 15 or more. Fans that purchase tickets online before game day can get them for an advanced single-game price of $6.
All high school, middle school and elementary students are free under UNLV’s new admission policy. To receive free admission, high school students must present valid Nevada are school I.D. at the box office on gameday for one (1) complimentary ticket. Current UNLV students will receive free admission with a valid school I.D. All other students will receive a complimentary ticket at the box office (no I.D. required). Kids not yet elementary school age will continue to receive free admission for all UNLV Olympic sports.