ARLINGTON -- Andy Scott gave up two hits and spread five strikeouts over five innings in his UT Arlington debut to lead the Mavericks to a 4-3 victory over Louisiana Tech on Saturday afternoon at Clay Gould Ballpark."He had a really good first outing," UT Arlington coach Darin Thomas said. "He relies heavily on sink and movement and he was great today."Ryan Walker broke open a two-run game in the seventh with a two-run single for the Mavericks (2-0). Those insurance runs loomed large a frame later.Through Scott's five innings, the Bulldogs had just one runner reach second base. No Louisiana Tech base runner reached third base until the eighth, when Jacob Derouen delivered an RBI single.Louisiana Tech had a chance to tie the game in the ninth when Sam Alvis reached third base with two outs, but Brent Bollinger got the job done for the Mavericks. The converted infielder locked down his first career save by retiring all three batters he faced.The Mavericks go for the three-game sweep against the Bulldogs at 1 p.m. today at Clay Gould Ballpark.The Mavericks look to complete the sweep Sunday afternoon when they square off with Louisiana Tech at 1 p.m. at Clay Gould Ballpark.Bollinger entered the game with the tying run on second and nobody out. He closed the game by getting a tapper to the mound and a pair of flyouts."We're short a little bit in the bullpen right now and Bo is a fifth-year senior," Thomas said. "He's one of our better competitors and I knew he would definitely compete out there."Thomas made the decision to pull Scott after five innings after thowing just 80 pitches in his first start. Thomas expects the transfer from Delta Junior College in California to work deeper into games as the season progresses.