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    'Jacks Wrap Up Season Series With Trojans

    April 29, 2013

    Game 45
    Stephen F. Austin

    Gary Hogan Field
    Little Rock, Ark.

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    6:00 pm - Tues., April 30
    (Click Game/Time for Live Stats or click HERE for UALR Video)



    Probable Starting Pitchers 

    SFA - Cody Priest, RHP (0-0, 6.35 ERA, 11.1 IP, 11 K, 10 BB)
    UALR - TBA


    Game Notes & What To Watch For:

    - Tuesday's can be followed via Gametracker. Fans can also follow along on the official SFA Facebook and Twitter pages for the most up-to-date information on all games.

    - SFA is 7-7 all-time vs UALR, including 3-2 in Little Rock. The Trojans already registered a 10-4 win over SFA on March 26 in Nacogdoches; however, the 'Jacks were victorious in their last last two trips to Gary Hogan Field, both coming in 2010.

    - This is one of just two remaining midweek games for SFA, with a trip to Houston Baptist next week waiting in the wings.

    - SFA's Hunter Dozier saw his 16-game hit streak come to and end on with an 0-for-3 outing in the series finale vs Oral Roberts; however,he has maintained another streak and enters Tuesiday having reached base in 34 straight games. He has 27 walks to only 17 strikeouts in those 34 games, while hitting safely in 30 of them with a .439 batting average, .539 on-base percentage and .461 slugging percentage.

    - Since taking over a late-inning role early in the year, reliever Brett Higginbotham has been nearly unhittable. In his last 17 appearances, the sidewinding senior righty has the following numbers: 3-1 record, 6 saves, 0.90 ERA, 30.0 IP, 15 hits allowed, .155 batting average, 1 run allowed, 30 strikeouts and just six walks.

    - Hunter Dozier is cementing his name in the SFA record books this season, having already set the all-time doubles record and rapidly moving up in a number of other categories. The junior infielder is now just one of three Lumberjacks in school history with 200 career hits, and needs just 17 more to break Zach Gardner's career hits record at the school, in one less season. He also needs just one more double to break his school record set last season, and needs seven more two-baggers to tie UTSA's Michael Rockett for the Southland Conference doubles record, both in a single-season and career.