UTSA wrapped up their first four-game series sweep in five seasons as they defeated Air Force 12-4 on Sunday afternoon at the Bird Bath.
It was a completely dominant display from the Roadrunners, who were only held scoreless in the first inning, dispatching seven pitchers for 15 hits.
Air Force looked good early on, scoring three runs in their first inning before holding UTSA scoreless at the bottom of the inning to hold a 3-0 lead through the first.
In each of the next three innings UTSA scored one run allowing the Roadrunners to draw level with the Falcons before two runs in the fifth gave UTSA the lead.
The next inning saw Air Force pull one back only for UTSA to restore their two run lead at the bottom of the inning as Mike Warren's sacrifice fly allowed the runner to score.
The seventh saw UTSA secure the game, after holding Air Force scoreless the Roadrunners added five runs with two coming through a Jesse Baker double to right.
UTSA scored one more for good measure in the eighth before wrapping things up at the top of the ninth for a 12-4 win.
The offense was lead by Baker and RJ Perucki, both managing three hits in the game with Daniel Rockett going 2-for-3, reaching home each hit with two home runs and two RBIs.
The win was awarded to Nolan Trabanino after he pitched 1.2 relief innings, allowing one-run off three hits while striking out four.