UT Arlington scored four runs in the 10th inning to climax an improbable come-from-behind 18-16 victory over host Georgia State in Sun Belt Conference baseball on Saturday.
The Mavericks (16-12, 4-4 Sun Belt) won the doubleheader opener 9-5.
Brady Cox and Quintin Rohrbaugh each had five RBIs for UTA, which trailed 11-1 after two innings but sent the game into extra innings with three runs in the ninth.
Rohrbaugh started the rally by launching a three-run home run in the third. Cox hit a two-run double later in the inning.
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UTA continued to chip into the deficit by scoring four runs in the seventh.
The Mavericks tied it with three runs in the ninth, Rohrbaugh hitting a two-run single and Cox with an RBI single.
Jerame Littell had the winning hit with a three-run double in the 10th.
In the opener, the Mavericks scored five runs in the second inning and coasted from there.
UTA had four hits and a hit batter to break the game open early.