MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -- Michael Reed went 3-for-4 and scored four
runs and Chris Richburg drove in three as Texas Tech shut out
Kansas State 6-0 Friday night.
Nathan Karns (4-5) earned the win for the Red Raiders (22-27,
10-12 Big 12), allowing one hit in 5 1-3 innings while walking
three and striking out two.
Kansas State (37-12-1, 12-8-1) mustered just four hits in
suffering its first shutout since April 13, 2008, against Baylor.
Wildcats ace A.J. Morris (11-1) took his first loss against 11
wins. Morris allowed season highs of 10 hits and five earned runs
in eight innings of work. He walked two and struck out five.
Reed scored the first Texas Tech run in the first inning,
singling to right and going home on a single by Richburg two
batters later. Richburg also sent Reed home in the third with a
sacrifice fly to right field.
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