Baylor piled up eight early runs, but still had to score more late to beat Kansas State 11-8 in the opening round of the Big 12 baseball tournament in Oklahoma City.
The game, which began at 4:15, was interrupted by heavy rain and delayed nearly three hours.
Baylor led 8-1 after three innings. K-State got a run in the fourth, then scored six in the fifth inning to make it 8-8.
Daniel Dellasega had three hits for the Wildcats. Mike Kindel and Matt Giller each drove in two runs.
Baylor regained the lead with a run in the sixth, then added runs in the seventh and eighth innings for breathing room.
Because of Wednesday's rain woes, the Kansas game against Oklahoma didn't start until 10:41 p.m.
Baylor233 001 110 — 11 13 0 Kansas State100 160 000 — 8 11 1
W—Kempf (8-2). L—Marshall (5-5). HR—Baylor, Vick 2 (10), Campbell (7), Ware (5). .
K-State hitting: Muenster 0-4, Jurica 1-5, Martini 1-4, Dellasega 3-4, Urban 1-3, Kindel 1-4, Giller 2-3, Graskewicz 1-4, Brown 1-4.
K-State pitching: Bahramzadeh 1 1/3 IP-5 ER, Applegate 3 2/3-3, Marshall 2 1/3-3, Allen 2/3-0, Giannonatti 1-0.
Missouri 7, Texas 3 — Nick Tepesch went the distance on the mound, and Aaron Senne hit a key two-run double, lifting Missouri past Texas.
Texas (46-9) swept Missouri (28-25) in a three-game series last weekend and went 24-3 during conference play, but Tepesch (6-6) scattered 10 hits and struck out five batters while throwing 134 pitches.
Kevin Lusson's solo home run in the second inning gave Texas a 1-0 lead, but Senne's double off Texas starter Hoby Milner (3-1) highlighted a three-run third inning for the Tigers, who led the rest of the way. Milner gave up six hits and four runs in four innings for the Longhorns.
Missouri extended its advantage to 7-2 with a two-run eighth, keyed by an error by Texas reliever Andrew McKirahan and an RBI double by Conner Mach.