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No. 4 WVU holds off No. 5 Kansas in opening game of Big 12 Tournament

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.-Despite Kansas scoring six unanswered runs in the fourth and fifth, No. 4-seeded West Virginia fends off the fifth-seeded Jayhawks 12-8 in the opening round of the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark on Wednesday morning. The Mountaineers (35-18) scored 12 runs on 17 hits. Kansas

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

No. 20 WVU takes series opener from Kansas State

MANATTAN, Kan.--Alek Manoah pitched eight scoreless innings as No. 20 West Virginia defeated Kansas State 6-0 on Friday night. The right-hander improved to 7-3 on the season. He surrendered three hits and struck out 13 while walking just one. The Mountaineers (30-17) scored six runs on seven hits. The Wildcats (24-27) had

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

Inman lifts No. 17 WVU past Texas

AUSTIN, Texas--Marques Inman blasted a solo shot in the top of the ninth to lift No. 17 West Virginia past Texas 3-2 on Friday night. Alek Manoah kept the Mountaineers (25-14) in the game while they were being no-hit by the Longhorns (24-20). He tossed seven innings, giving up one run

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

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