Tavera set a program record by striking out 117 batters and earned First Team All-Sun Belt and Second Team ABCA All-Region during his final season with UTA.
The Mavericks will return to play against the University of Louisiana at Monroe at 6 p.m. Friday at Warhawk Field in Monroe, Louisiana.
With the weekend sweep of the Trojans, the Mavericks earned their fifth consecutive weekend series victory.
The duo of junior pitchers Carlos Tavera and Tanner King accomplished the first no-hitter for the Mavericks in 38 years and the first combined no-hitter in program history.
Minjarez needs three more games to etch his name in the UTA history books as the player with the most all-time appearances.
Junior pitcher Carlos Tavera’s 37 strikeouts in conference play leads the Sun Belt, and the bats are starting to heat up for the Mavericks.
Miller is the fourth player in program history to have three or more home runs in a single game and the first Maverick to pull it off since 1998.
The Mavericks will return to the field for a quick pit stop game against Abilene Christian University at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Crutcher Scott Field.
Jumping ahead early and keeping Coastal Carolina’s hits within the fence will help the Mavericks finish the week with a winning record.
A sellout crowd of 38,238 fans filled Globe Life Field, making it the largest event in the U.S. to be held at full capacity since the pandemic began.
The Mavericks will continue conference play with a three-game weekend series against Coastal Carolina University at Clay Gould Ballpark starting Friday at 6:30 p.m.
The Mavericks will need to maintain offensive firepower and top form pitching to come out of the week with a winning record.
UTA bats were the bright spot in the four-game series, with a career performance from senior infielder Josh Minjarez with three hits, eight RBIs and two home runs.
The Mavericks will start a three-game series against the University of Houston this weekend before returning home to face Texas Christian University on Tuesday.
The Mavericks will play again at 6:30 p.m. Friday in game one of a four-game set against the University of Houston at Don Sanders Field in Houston.
Struggling to score runs has been an issue for the baseball team (5-8) not only in this series against Lamar University, but all season. UTA averages 2.7 runs but allows 5.5 runs per game.
The baseball team will be on the road following their walk-off victory to face the University of Texas at San Antonio in a four-game series starting at 6 p.m. Friday.
UTA baseball takes the first win 5-3 and the second game 2-1. Head coach Darin Thomas credits solid starting pitching as key to the wins.