With the Longhorns coming off their worst season in 14 years, this year’s midweek games mean a little more than they used to. That focus showed as Texas used five pitchers and one clutch hit to beat UT-Arlington 2-1 on Tuesday before 5,057 fans at Disch-Falk Field.
Texas coach Augie Garrido made the moves on the mound to assure that the Longhorns (3-1) were able to hold onto a lead they built in the third innin,g and that freshman righthander Chad Hollingsworth would get the reward for his five innings of four-hit, one-run pitching in his first collegiate start.
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