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Tulane offense struggles in 6-1 loss at Houston

NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

Looking to draw even in the series following Friday's loss, Tulane was unable to muster up enough offense, falling 6-1 Saturday on the road against Houston.

The Green Wave (21-14, 2-6) were led by Jake Willsey who finished with one hit and scored the lone run for Tulane.

Zac Taylor and Chris Iriat each hit two-run home runs to lead the Cougars (23-12, 4-4). Kyle Dowdy shined on the mound for Houston, fanning 10 batters over 7 1/3 innings pitched. He allowed only four hits and one run.

Tulane will be looking to prevent the sweep Sunday at 1 p.m.

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