UH, offense tops Texas A&M in extra innings
No. 10 UH baseball was highlighted by a five-run fourth inning, 17 hits and 10 runs to earn a 10-8 win over Texas A&M on Tuesday at Blue Bell Park in College Station.
UH improved to 23-5 on the year and 4-1 on the road. Texas A&M fell to 18-12 on the season.
UH had five players record a three-hit game. Three of the five recorded two RBIs.
Senior Frankie Ratcliff hit his first home run of the year and finished with three hits, while sophomore Ashford Fulmer finished with a career-best three runs scored. The 17 hits ties for second-most on the season for the Cougars.