#DiamondDogs Visit Air Force for Three-Game Series

March 21, 2013

By @StephenTrembley

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. --- The Fresno State baseball team will travel to play the Air Force Falcons this weekend for a three-game Mountain West series.

The Bulldogs sit just a game back of first place in the conference standings after winning one of three games versus San Diego State last weekend, and are tied for fourth with Air Force at 1-2 against MW opponents.

This will mark Fresno State's first MW road trip and the first of two conference weekends on the road. After the series with the Falcons, the Bulldogs will head straight to Sacramento to play the Sac State Hornets on Tuesday before traveling to Reno to take on MW foe Nevada for a three-game series from March 28-30.

Fresno State (4-15, 1-2 MW) is going up against an Air Force (7-13, 1-2 MW) team that is led by four Falcons with batting averages over .300 - led by the Peter Johnson, who is hitting .365 through AFA's first 20 games this season.

Meanwhile, the Bulldogs are headlined by preseason All-American outfielder Aaron Judge, who is batting .297 with three home runs, four doubles and 12 RBI.

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