UT Arlington completes baseball sweep of South Alabama

Posted Sunday, Mar. 30, 2014  comments  Print Reprints
A

Have more to add? News tip? Tell us

Daniel Milliman pitched six shutout innings as UT Arlington capped its first Sun Belt Conference sweep by beating South Alabama 6-1 on Sunday afternoon at Stanky Field.

Milliman, a senior right-hander from Fort Worth Southwest, gave up only one hit, a single in the second inning, and no walks.

The Mavericks (12-16, 4-5 Sun Belt) ran their winning streak to a season-high four games. USA is 13-3, 3-5.

“Daniel Milliman pitched great, the bullpen was great [and] got some timely hitting, just like we did all weekend,” UTA coach Darin Thomas told utamavs.com. UTA won a doubleheader Saturday 8-3 and 6-2 after a rainout Friday.

UTA reliever Zach Hobbs gave up a run in the eighth when a pop-up to center field was lost in the sun. Jess Amedee pitched the final 1 2/3 innings for the save.

The Mavericks broke a scoreless tie with three runs in the fifth. Travis Sibley walked leading off, took second on a wild pitch and scored on Peter Cuomo’s single. Derek Miller followed with a double to left to score Cuomo. Two wild pitches scored Miller.

Gregg McCall made it 4-0 in the seventh with a run-scoring single.

UTA added two runs in the ninth on Ryan Bottger’s single to center, scoring Sibley and Cuomo. Silbey had led off with a single and Cuomo reached on an errror.

The Mavericks host TCU at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Clay Gould Park. UTA beat the Horned Frogs 10-2 on Feb. 25 in Fort Worth.

Looking for comments?

We welcome your comments on this story, but please be civil. Do not use profanity, hate speech, threats, personal abuse or any device to draw undue attention. Our policy requires those wishing to post here to use their real identity.

Our commenting policy | Facebook commenting FAQ | Why Facebook?





Wednesday, September 17Full Scoreboard
Los Angeles2Final | Box
Colorado «16
San Francisco «4Final | Box
Arizona2
Toronto1Final | Box
Baltimore «6
Boston1Final | Box
Pittsburgh «9
Washington1Final | Box
Atlanta «3
Miami «4Final | Box
NY Mets3
NY Yankees «3Final | Box
Tampa Bay2
Cincinnati1Final | Box
Chicago Cubs «3
Cleveland «2Final | Box
Houston0
Chicago WSox2Final | Box
Kansas City «6
Detroit4Final | Box
Minnesota «8
Milwaukee0Final | Box
St. Louis «2
Seattle0Final | Box
LA Angels «5
Texas «6Final | Box
Oakland1
Philadelphia «5Final | Box
San Diego2
Full Scoreboard
Wednesday, September 17Full Scoreboard
No games today
Full Scoreboard
Week 3Full Scoreboard
Thursday
Tampa Bay 8:25 PM ET
Atlanta TV: CBS, NFL Network
Sunday
San Diego 1:00 PM ET
Buffalo TV: CBS
Tennessee 1:00 PM ET
Cincinnati TV: CBS
Baltimore 1:00 PM ET
Cleveland TV: CBS
Green Bay 1:00 PM ET
Detroit TV: FOX
Indianapolis 1:00 PM ET
Jacksonville TV: CBS
Oakland 1:00 PM ET
New England TV: CBS
Minnesota 1:00 PM ET
New Orleans TV: FOX
Houston 1:00 PM ET
NY Giants TV: CBS
Washington 1:00 PM ET
Philadelphia TV: FOX
Dallas 1:00 PM ET
St. Louis TV: FOX
San Francisco 4:05 PM ET
Arizona TV: FOX
Kansas City 4:25 PM ET
Miami TV: CBS
Denver 4:25 PM ET
Seattle TV: CBS
Pittsburgh 8:30 PM ET
Carolina TV: NBC
Monday
Chicago 8:30 PM ET
NY Jets TV: ESPN
Full Scoreboard
Wednesday, September 17Full Scoreboard
No games today
Full Scoreboard