WVU Coaches Show 4.6.16

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On the latest episode of the WVU Coaches Show, hosts Anjelica Trinone and Nick Farrell discuss the 3-1 week for WVU baseball, the final event as the Mountaineer Mascot for Trevor Kiess plus an update on the future of men’s basketball junior forward Sagaba Konate:

WVU baseball is no longer winless in Big 12 Conference play following its series win over No. 19 Oklahoma last weekend. The Mountaineer bats exploded for 22 total hits and outscored the Sooners 18-7 in the series. Anjelica Trinone has a recap of the action:

The Mountaineers earned their third straight victory with a 5-4 win over Pitt on Wednesday night in front of a record-setting 3,487 fans. Nick Farrell recaps the Backyard Brawl victory:

Anjelica Trinone and skipper Randy Mazey look back at the series win over No. 19 Oklahoma and preview what’s to come this weekend at No. 23 Oklahoma State:

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