Three weeks into the season, assistant coach Jeremy Fikac remains in search of a pitcher who can close games for the Texas State baseball team.
In the four-game series finale, though, it was not pitching that stymied the Bobcats in the 2-0 loss to Central Michigan.
Texas State recorded five hits, the second-lowest mark of the season.
After winning the first game, the Bobcats lost three straight to Central Michigan by a combined 12 runs.
“Competitively, I felt we were just okay,” Fikac said. “We came out here and we wanted to win, but we didn’t go out and earn it. We had opportunities to win every game this weekend. We didn’t slam the door and take some.”