Horns win three of four against Hawaii, improve to 13-4
As great as Texas has been on the mound and in the field, Augie Garrido belives his team’s most valuable asset goes deeper than that – it’s their attitude. And he didn’t like the way he thought they gave it away in Saturday’s 6-1 loss to Hawaii.
“Tension destroys rhythm and timing and this game is all about rhythm and timing,” head coach Augie Garrido said. “We were out of character and we had to get back into character by dumping yesterday’s game and the way we played it in the trash and learn from it. It’s the first we’d done that.”
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That was the first game of a doubleheader but the only one that finished that day. The second game was delayed by rain until Sunday, when play was resumed with the score tied, 2-2, going into the eighth inning. Morgan Cooper’s two shutout innings and a clutch go-ahead RBI single by Kacy Clemens allowed Texas to bounce