MORGANTOWN, WVa – West Virginia’s bullpen tossed five innings, allowed only one hit, and knocked out six batters as the Mountaineers secured a series split at Georgia State, WVU won 3-2 in the final of the four-game set on Sunday >

“You will play a lot of different games over the course of a long season,” said WVU coach Randy Mazey. “You will play extra inning games, you will play on the good end of blowouts, you will play on the back end of blowouts and you’ll have to play one-run games where you have to shut it down on the street, it seems like we covered every scenario in one weekend It’s really been a good experience for us to be in all of these games ”

Victor Scott followed 2-1 with runners on the corners and one in the sixth inning, stealing second place from the climbers. The throw was wild and allowed Paul McIntosh to score from third place and finish the game at 2 as Scott advanced in the game to third place in front of

As The Bat Went On Mikey Kluska, former Greenbrier East High School Outstanding Student, achieved a colorful single Scott scored to give WVU a 3-2 lead

Tyler Strechay allowed two runs in four innings in his fifth start as a mountaineer Ben Hampton took the win on his first appearance at WVU He threw three innings and allowed only one hit Zach Ottinger threw a goalless eighth inning and Jacob Watters fanned three Batters on the ninth to earn the save

The Mountaineers took an early 1-0 lead in the second inning when Matt McCormick hit on a wild field WVU was 5-3 outhit, leaving ten runners on the base

WVU will return to Morgantown before taking to the streets again on Thursday The Mountaineers (2-2) will play three games in Conway, S over the weekendC. against Kennesaw State, Coastal Carolina and Bryant


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