The Texas State softball team lost 9-2 to No. 13 Texas A&M Wednesday, dropping its fourth straight game and moving its overall record to 13-9.
The Bobcats have lost six straight to Texas A&M, making their all-time record against the Aggies 10-59.
Texas State got started early with a leadoff single by Kelli Baker, sophomore second baseman, to extend her hitting streak to seven games. Courtney Harris, junior third baseman, hit Baker home with an RBI single to give the Bobcats an early 1-0 lead.
“I still don’t think I’m where I need to be,” Baker said. “I’m taking every game, at bat and pitch to be the aggressor, to get ahead when I can.”