Sierra Sproul went 5-for-6 manging a home run and six RBIs over the two games. She managed three hits in the opening game, giving her a new career high.
Haylee Stanton was supreme in the circle for UTSA managing a win in the first game and a save in the second as UTSA managed their fourth straight win.
UTSA got off to a solid start in the first game managing two runs in the first and second innings to take an early 4-0 lead.
With a full count Alexis Ramirez drew a walk to start off the game and then stole second almost immediately.
After a strike-out, two consecutive walks loaded up the bases which allowed Ramirez to cross home after Kendall Stiefel was called for an illegal pitch, opening the scoring.
A single from Sproul to left allowed Megan Low to score while Joelene Graham tried to run and score from second but was thrown out at home.
Victoria Birdwell managed a single to get on base at the start of the second before a sacrifice put the runners on second and third which allowed Darian Blake to hit a double and give UTSA a 4-0 lead.
RBI doubles from Daniella Rodarte and Victoria Granchelli allowed HBU to cut the lead in half at the end of the second.
Keely Shuler came on as a reliever in the third and was welcomed by Graham who hit a single to left before Courtney Buchman was hit by a pitch and then the defense botched a sacrifice bunt allowed those two to score before Sproul was then able to score to make it 7-2.
Two runs in the bottom of the innings pulled HBU back in only to see UTSA pull away yet again with two runs in the fourth and another in the sixth wrapped up the scoring at 10-4.
The second game was much more defensive as the scoring was slashed from a much improved defensive effort as UTSA managed a 4-2 win.
UTSA again opened the scoring with two-outs in the first while Low was put on base by being hit by a pitch before a Graham single and an error allowed Sproul to step up and drive to left to give the Roadrunners a 2-0 lead.
After a scoreless run for a while UTSA pushed up to a four run lead after two runs in the fifth and sixth.
In the fifth, Cosette Hernandez hit a single right up the middle before advancing to second and being brought home by Low.
Sproul's impressive day was capped in the sixth as she hit a solo home run launching the pitch over the center wall.
In the sixth Houston Baptist made things interesting with two runs of their own but that was as good as it would get as UTSA ran out 4-2 winners completing the double-bill.