LUBBOCK — Jake Pinchback worked a go-ahead, bases-loaded walk in the ninth inning to push UT Arlington over Texas Tech 13-12 on Sunday at Rip Griffin Park, ending the Mavericks’ 17-game skid against the Red Raiders.Pinchback took a 3-2 pitch in the dirt to bring home Derek Miller for the last score in a game that saw the two teams swap leads throughout. The victory was the first ever for the Mavericks in Lubbock after dropping the previous 15 meetings, and it was the first win for UTA (9-6) against Texas Tech (10-7) since 1982.“We got on them early, which is good to do,” UT Arlington coach Darin Thomas said. “But we got punched back and struggled out of the bullpen. But Keegen Hucul came in and settled things down, and John Beck came in and was outstanding. It was good to see success after grinding it out.”Matt Shortall led the Mavericks with three hits and four RBIs, extending his hitting streak to six games. Brandon Lawrence also had three hits, including his first career home run. The Mavericks added a pair of hits each from Justin Copeland and Ryan Walker and three from Brandon Lawrence on the way to a season-best 15 hits.