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Record-setting MLB Draft for Mountaineers

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Even though the baseball season has ended for West Virginia, the Mountaineers aren't done breaking records. On the final day of the MLB draft, six more members of the WVU baseball team were drafted, giving the Mountaineers a total of eight draft picks. The Arizona Diamodbacks selected Nick Snyder with

No. 17 WVU beats George Washington on Senior Day

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--On Senior Day, the 17th-ranked West Virginia University baseball team defeated George Washington 13-2 on Saturday afternoon at Monongalia County Ballpark. Prior to the game, four seniors Darius Hill, Zach Reid, Ivan Gonzalez and Andrew Zitel were honored. Afterwards Mountaineer graduates Hill, Reid, Zitel, senior Braden Zarbnisky and juniors Chase Illig,

No. 20 WVU rallies to beat K-State, wins series

MANHATTAN, Kan.--The 20th-ranked West Virginia University baseball team came from behind to beat Kansas State and win the series on Sunday afternoon. The Mountaineers (31-18) scored seven runs on 15 hits while the Wildcats (25-28) scored four runs on seven hits. Sam Kessler earned his eighth save. Zach Ottinger earned his first

Texas pounds No. 17 WVU in series finale

AUSTIN, Texas--Texas thumped No. 17 WVU 10-2 in the series finale on Sunday afternoon to avoid the series sweep. The Longhorns (25-21) scored 10 runs on 13 hits. The Mountaineers (26-15) scored two runs on seven hits. Starter Kade Strowd was chased from the game after three-plus innings of work. He surrendered

Late Rally Falls Short in Finale

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 21, 2019) – The No. 20 West Virginia University baseball team rallied with a four-run eighth inning, but it was not enough in a 6-5 loss to Kansas in the series finale on Sunday afternoon at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Mountaineers (24-14, 8-7 Big 12), who secured their

WVU drops series finale to No. 11 Texas Tech

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--After a three-hour rain delay, No. 11 Texas Tech defeated West Virginia 3-0 on Sunday afternoon. The Red Raiders (23-11) scored three runs on six hits. The Mountaineers (22-13) were scoreless and had just two hits. Kade Strowd (4-3) suffered the loss for WVU. He tossed four innings and gave up two

WVU rallies past No. 23 Oklahoma State

STILLWATER, Okla.--West Virginia rallied to beat No. 23 Oklahoma State 4-2 on Sunday afternoon and take the season series. Kade Strowd (4-2) tossed 7.1 innings, surrendering two runs on four hits. He fanned 10 batters. Sam Kessler earned his sixth save for the Mountaineers (19-12). Peyton Battenfield (3-3) suffered the loss for

WVU beats No. 19 Oklahoma, takes series

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The West Virginia University baseball team defeated No. 19 Oklahoma 5-1 on Sunday afternoon at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Mountaineers (16-11, 2-4 Big 12) jumped out to an early lead for the second consecutive day to defeat the Sooners (22-7, 4-2) and secure the series win. WVU head coach Randy Mazey

WVU routs William & Mary

WILLAMSBURG, Va.--Kade Strowd had another solid performance as West Virginia pummeled William & Mary 12-2 on Sunday afternoon. The Mountaineers (11-7) took two-of-three from the Tribe (13-4), who suffered their first series loss of the season. Strowd pitched seven innings, surrendering two runs on three hits. He struck out eight and walked

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