Last Updated on Thursday, 23 February 2017 14:43
Published on Thursday, 23 February 2017 14:43
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Former Nordhoff High school standout Luke Boyd got his college baseball career off to a solid start Feb. 20 when he made his first career start against the University of Nevada Wolf Pack (1-3). Boyd picked up the win after going five innings without giving up a run. He did surrender three hits and three walks in the process, but managed to power the Bears to victory. "Luke Boyd mostly pitched tonight like we know he has the ability to,” said Baylor head coach Steve Rodriguez. “He got himself into some tough jams early, but he was able to compete through it. I think there's still some things he can work on, but what's great is that he was able to get through five innings and be able to do some really good things.” Baylor is off to its best start (4-0) since 2012.