RUSTON, La. — UT Arlington waited through a four-hour rain delay and then rained runs on Louisiana Tech for an 11-0 victory and weekend series sweep at J.C. Love Field.UTA (15-12, 5-1 Western Athletic Conference) is tied with Texas State for first place in the league. Matt Shortall went 2 for 4 with three RBIs. UTA outscored Tech 21-2 in three games.The Mavericks scored three runs in the first and added another four in the fourth, rolling to a fifth consecutive WAC victory. The Bulldogs (11-19, 1-5) are 0-6 against UTA this season.Derek Miller singled to right and advanced to third to open the game after the four-hour delay. Miller’s hit was misplayed in the outfield an rolled through standing water near the warning track. He scored on Ryan Walker’s RBI single to give UTA a 1-0 lead.Shortall’s mammoth home run off Tech’s Richie Navari increased the Mavericks’ lead to 3-0. The Mavericks’ DH is the first player in Love Field history to clear the batter’s eye in center field — the park’s farthest straightaway point from home.The Mavericks loaded the bases in the third inning with no outs. After a pitching change, Tech reliever Jamie Gilley didn’t do himself any favors after throwing a potential double play grounder by UTA’s Brandon Lawrence into center field.UTA shortstop Ryan Walker went 2 for 4 with two RBIs and scored three runs.UTA right-hander Zach Thompson (3-2) threw a complete-game two-hitter. He struck out four and walked none.