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.
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.