For a school without a football program, Texas Wesleyan racked up runs at a gridiron pace.
Texas Wesleyan outscored Texas College 37-0 to sweep the Red River Athletic Conference-opening doubleheader Tuesday at Fun Forest Park.
Both games ended after five innings on run rules, with Texas Wesleyan winning 15-0 in Game 1 and 22-0 in Game 2.
Texas Wesleyan (2-7, 2-0 in RRAC) snapped a six-game losing streak while Texas College (0-8, 0-2) saw its six-game skid coming in increase to eight.
Marissa Rangel recorded four hits, five RBIS and scored a run over the two games. Rangel went 2 for 3 with 5 RBIs to lead the Lady Rams in Game 1.
Lindsey Cline contributed four hits, two RBIs and four runs to the sweep.
Raven Morena led TWU in Game 1 with a 3-for-4 effort and two RBIs.
Alexis Beltran struck out seven batters and limited TC to three hits. Tekoah Stevenson topped TC with a 2-for-2 effort, including a double, in the setback.
Jour’Dan Gardner notched TC’s other hit. Gardner pitched the first game, allowing 12 hits.
In Game 2, Chelsea Boles (2 for 3, four RBIs, three runs) paced a well-rounded TWU effort.
Olivia Santos took the loss in the Game 2 after yielding 14 hits and eight walks.
Santos accounted for TC’s lone hit against Morgan Johnson, who struck out seven batters.
The teams conclude a three-game series today at noon.
Texas Wesleyan 15, Texas College 0
TWU 232 53 — 15 12 0
TC 000 00 — 0 3 5
Alexis Beltran and Kali Jester; Jour’Dan Gardner and Roxanne Martinez, Olivia Salinas (5). W - Beltran (2-2); L - Gardner (0-3). 2B - TWU: Dakota Whitten, Lyndsay Cline, Ashleigh Jiminez; TC: Tekoah Stevenson. SB - TWU: Hallie Motley (2), CS - TC: Gardner.
Texas Wesleyan 22, Texas College 0
TWU 2(12)5 12 — 22 14 0
TC 000 00 — 0 2 5
Morgan Johnson and Dakota Whitten; Olivia Santos and Jour’Dan Gardner. W - Johnson (1-4); L - Santos (0-4). 2B - TWU: Lindsay Cline. SB - TWU: Raven Moreno, Marissa Rangel, Makelle Akin. CS - TWU: Hopie Perez, Rangel. SF - TWU: Dakota Whitten. SH - TWU: Taylor Hodge.
RECORDS — Texas Wesleyan 4-7 (2-0) ; Texas College 0-8 (0-2).
NEXT UP — Texas Wesleyan at Texas College, noon, today.