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michael kors sale UAB pitchers Chase Mallard, Turner Lee shut out Arkansas State in series opener (quick hits, video)BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - UAB senior Chase Mallard continued his scoreless streak to start the season, catcher Mitch Williams went 4-for-4 and the Blazers shut out Arkansas State 5-0 on Friday at Regions Field. Mallard has not given up a run in 21 1/3 innings to start this season, and 23 2/3 dating back to last year. The senior improved to 3-0, giving up seven hits and striking out seven. Mallard has 29 strikeouts to three walks this season. "That's a pretty amazing streak," UAB head coach Brian Shoop said. "I would stay it's Mallard and Adam Smith is playing just fantastic at shortstop, making the routine play and making the special play. Those kinds of things help Mallard do really well." Turner Lee, a Mobile native, added two perfect innings of relief to close it out. "Turner was pounding the zone good," Williams said. "His slider was working real good. The hitters had no idea what was going on." Williams had an RBI single in the first and in the four-run fifth for UAB. Chase Davis had an RBI single in the fifth and UAB also scored two runs on bases loaded walks. UAB improved to 9-1 and followed up its with Friday's win. "We had the same amount of hits and runs that we had thewhen we lost by eight," Shoop said. "We won by five with the exact same number ofhits and runs. Normally that's been enough to win, but not the other night." WHY UAB WON: The Blazers had 11 hits and Arkansas State pitching walked nine batters. The score would have been more lopsided, but UAB left 16 on base. KEY MOMENT: Arkansas State had runners on first and third with one out in the fifth down just 1-0, but Zach Maggio took off for second and couldn't get in a rundown to score the runner from third. Mallard threw to second for the pickoff. Shoop said it was on a fake throw to third, look at first called play and Mallard threw to shortstop Adam Smith for the out. "It's a called play," Shoop said. "They've got some guys that can run and that's one of them. It's a play in pro ball that they say never works and they outlawed it. I'm glad they have it in college baseball because I think it's got a real place and it does work." UAB right fielder Griffin Gum also turned a double play when he ran down a fly ball in the corner, caught it, and threw to first to double off the runner going back. MOUND ACE: Chase Mallard (3-0) threw seven scoreless innings, giving up seven hits with seven strikeouts. Mallard has thrown 21 1/3 scoreless innings to start the season. TOP HITTERS: UAB catcher Mitch Williams went 4-for-4 with a double and two RBIs. That's the most hits by a Blazers this season. Ivan De Jesus added a pair of hits for UAB. Zach Maggio had two hits for Arkansas State UP NEXT: UAB and Arkansas State play at 1 p.m. Saturday and noon Sunday at Regions Field to close out the three-game series.