West Virginia baseball takes two out of three from No. 11 Texas Tech Sport

MORGANTOWN – came to an end with a four-game victory at the West Virginia University baseball team with a 3-0 loss to No. 11 Texas Tech Sunday afternoon in Monongalia Ball Park.

The Mountaineers (22-13, 6-6 Big 12) were closed for the third time this season and were held to two hits as the 11th Red Radio (23-11, 6-6) avoided the sweeping in the league round. . TTU, who had his hits, managed to run two in the fifth and put it into the eighth.

In the three-game series, WVU held a 12-12 top-scoring offense to six full series and average batting .196. With a 2-0 Friday night victory and a 4-3 walking victory on Saturday, West Virginia won the third consecutive weekend series, each of the top 25 teams, and won eight of the final 10 games.

"We have to be happy with the series to win against this team, one of the best future teams," said Randy Mazey, WVU coach. "We thought we played very well. We settled well and we had a good defense. We met when we were, except tonight, and it was a little harder today."

Kilian WVU held a single pair of two, seven and third. He hit nine and he didn't walk batter in the whole game box.

Kade Strowd, a person who was right to junior, suffered the loss for West Virginia. He allowed two on three hits with strike sessions and seven walks. Six servers continued and assembled so that one person can run in three hits in the last 5.0 entries.

The Mountaineers go back to the road for one game, at Penn State on Wednesday, April 17. The first park is at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in Pennsylvania University Park, set for 6:30 pm.

WVU 4, TEXAS TECH 3: added an end walking walk to a 4-3 highlight, the University of West Virginia University courtyard against No. 11 Texas Tech in front of a crowd was located in the County Neck Ball Park Saturday evening.

The Mountaineers (22-12, 6-5 Big 12) won their third consecutive victory, against the top 25 teams, and won four consecutive matches and eight of the last nine. WVU will continue for the Sunday league series, and the first pitch against the Red Raiders (22-11, 5-6 Big 12) moved up to noon ET, in Monongalia Ball Park.

"We are waiting for this opportunity, I am, for a win-out victory," WVU coach Randy Mazey said. "We are 11-1 at home now, but we did not have the opportunity to walk anyone so. Going into the bottom of the ninth tied, so good feeling. You can't lose I'm proud of these guys. (Freshman shortstop Tevin) Tucker at the bottom of the lineup and (sophomore second baseman Tyler) Doanes at the top, those guys get a medal, and they love to be running. We started playing well a few weeks ago when the weather got hot and we knew that that was to happen. Now we are feeling good about ourselves. "

3,494 fans, the biggest home crowd in the history of the program, won. The previous record succeeded 3,487, which settled 10 days ago, on April 3, in a 5-4 peak over Pitt.

"Amazing atmosphere," said Mazey. "Whatever it takes people to come and see that we are a fun team to watch. We love running. We love hitting. If you want baseball, this is a great team to watch." on her. "

West Virginia scored the series to win the game on a four-park walk, which was loaded at the base and one in the ninth inning to the ceremony named Inman Marques. The walk came after a walk, a single walk and one trip when the coins were loaded.

WVU 2, TEXAS TECH 0: Alek Manoah, a junior junior beginner at the University of West Virginia, started 15 best athlete in a 2-0 career, full game of No. 2. 11 Texas Tech last Friday night in Monongalia Ball Park.

The later NCBWA pioneer, Manoah, concentrated on the mound to steer the Mountaineers to the third consecutive victory and the seventh in their eight finals. In the virtue of opening the series, Manoah was in the running of the Red Raiders until it does not serve four goals in a 9.0 cache. He didn't walk batter to go with his 15 strikes.

The Mountaineer was the majority of Manoah's 15 strikes since David Maust 15 was against Cleveland State on 11 March, 2001. WVU was WVU's first match since BJ Myers was on Kansas 7 April. 2017.

The native Miami improved to 5-2 and earned its seventh quality start in nine initially this year. Manoah, who reduced his ERA to 2.08 on the season and 1.99 in the Big 12 play, did not allow it to run in its last 22.2 edition.

WVU IN TOP 25: For the first time this season, the team of West Virginia University in the national rankings, appear in five best of 25 polls.

The Mountaineers are as tall as No. 20 in this week's D1Baseball poll. WVU No. 23 in the ranking of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), No. 24 in the Hole Trainers and Perfect Perfect 25.

West West's ranking is the highest since 1982, when the Mountaineers finished season 1982 No. 16 in the newspaper Collegiate Baseball poll. WVU is ranked first since it appeared at No. 22 in the 2018 D1Baseball poll, and the regular season ranking is the first time since the team was in the top 25 in back weeks in April 2017.

The Mountaineers in this week's polls were the fourth time they were ranked since 1982, with four appearances, twice in 2017 and once in 2018, under Randy Mazey's seventh year coach. WVU is one of five major 12 Congress teams ranked in at least one national poll this week.


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