MORGANTOWN, WVirginia – The West Virginia reliever box pitched five shutout innings, allowed a single hit and put out six batters as the Mountaineers parted from the series at Georgia State WVU rallied for a 3-2 win in Sunday’s four-game set final

“In a long season you’re going to play a lot of different games,” said WVU coach Randy Mazey “You’re going to play extra games, you’re going to play on the correct end of the flares, you’re going to play on the backend of the flares, and you’re going to have to play one-round games where you have to close it on the road. we covered all the scenarios in a weekend so it’s a really good experience for us to be in all of these games “

Trailing 2-1 with runners on the corners and a start in the sixth inning, Victor Scott stole second place for the Mountaineers The pitch was wild, allowing Paul McIntosh to score from the third, tying the match at 2 Scott went third on the game

As the gun continued Mikey Kluska, former Greenbrier East high school star, hit on a decay 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 in his first WVU appearance He pitched three shutout innings and allowed just one Zach Ottinger pitched a scoreless eighth inning and Jacob Watters poked up three hitters in the ninth to win the save

The Mountaineers quickly took a 1-0 lead in the second inning when Matt McCormick scored on crazy WVU ground was beaten 5-3 and left ten runners on base

WVU will return to Morgantown before hitting the road again Thursday The Mountaineers (2-2) will play three games over the weekend in Conway, SC versus Kennesaw State, Coastal Carolina and Bryant


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