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Hardin-Simmons' baseball team overcame an 11-2 deficit to defeat Wayland Baptist 14-13 in non-conference action at Hunter Field, giving HSU head coach Steve Coleman his 216th win at HSU, tying him with Larry Martindale as the all-time leader in wins at the school.

Congratulations to Coach Coleman.

Michael Simpson drove in four of the runs with a long grand slam, the 24th home run of his career. The home run tied him with Clay Johnston on the non-scholarship era career charts for most career home runs.

Congrats to Simp.
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March 6, 2007

ABILENE, Texas - Hardin-Simmons' head coach Steve Coleman became the school's all-time winningest baseball coach as his Cowboys defeated Trinity, 10-5, in nonconference action at John J. Hunter Field in Abilene.

Coleman now has 217 wins, passing Larry Martindale who was 216-228 in his eight year career. Coleman is 217-174 in his 10th season. It took Coleman 53 less games to earn the record.

March 4, 2007

RICHARDSON, Texas - In the sixth inning of the nightcap of a nonconference doubleheader to UT-Dallas, Saturday afternoon at Comet Field in Richardson, Hardin-Simmons Cowboy Michael Simpson homered to right center to set the HSU school record for a career with 25.

Congratulations to both.
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