UTSA starter Slater Foust earned his third win of the season and Palmer Wenzel picked up his third save as the Roadrunners beat Grambling 4-1 on Friday at Roadrunner Field.
Foust (3-0) pitched six scoreless innings. He gave up three hits with three strikeouts and no walks.
Wenzel entered the game in the top of the ninth inning with two runners on and no outs. Wenzel shut Grambling down without allowing a run.
Jack Engelmann was the first pitcher out of the UTSA bullpen. He threw the seventh inning and allowed Grambling’s only run.
Cole McKay pitched a scoreless eighth inning.
Luke Malone started the ninth inning and allowed two base runners on a hit and a walk.
Dylan Rock, Bryan Sturges, Joshua Lamb and Chase Hacker had two hits each for UTSA. Sturgis had two RBIs. The top six batters in the Roadrunners’ order combined to draw five walks.