(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Oklahoma pitchers allowed only two hits over the final two innings as the RedHawks held off Memphis 6-to-4.
The Redbirds got within one at 5-to-4 in the seventh last night when Scott Seabol hit an R-B-I single, scoring Bo Hart.
But the Redbirds got one hit each in the eighth and ninth innings and the RedHawks added an insurance run in the eighth inning off Jason Jones' R-B-I single.
Sam Narron allowed ten hits and three runs while striking out two in six innings for Oklahoma. Brad Clontz earned his sixth save.
Alan Benes suffered the loss for Memphis, allowing six hits and five runs while striking out three in five innings.