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Putting a bow on the 2021 Texas baseball season

After 67 games culminating in a national semifinals appearance, the 2021 Texas Longhorns baseball season is in the books. David Pierce’s program was one run and a few outs short of the 13th national finals appearance in the storied history of Texas baseball, but despite missing that mark the group played a brand of baseball emblematic of the six-time national champion program (with a little bit more pop along with it).
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‘Remember Arlington’: Rallying cry from Texas Baseball’s opening weekend drives gritty team to conference title

Despite what the 40-13 record may indicate, the Texas Longhorns navigated through several rough patches in the 2021 season. Texas head coach David Pierce mentioned before the campaign began he wasn’t sure how many games his team would win or lose, but he knew it would be exciting to go to the ballpark with his team daily.
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Longhorn reliables come through in series-clincher over TTU, 7-5

LUBBOCK – Texas’ most reliable options in 2018 have been the trio of Parker Joe Robinson, Kody Clemens, and Zach Zubia. In order to clinch a Big 12 series victory over Texas Tech, UT head coach David Pierce had to rely on those three in what was the most important game of the Longhorns’ season. The trio delivered to help Texas to a 7-5 victory over the No. 8 Red Raiders at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.