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Clutch hitting and strikeout aces pushing WVU into the postseason | WVU Coaches Show preview

With the Big 12 tournament approaching and the NCAA Tournament starting after that, WVU Baseball is approaching their homestretch.

The Mountaineers had a three-game homestand against TCU this past weekend, dropping the first two matchups with the Horned Frogs. In the third matchup, the Mountaineers were trailing heading into the 9th inning. 

 

 

With two outs and a full count, Darius Hill drilled one over the right field fence to win the third matchup on a walk-off.

A few days later, the Mountaineers headed to Blacksburg to take on the Virginia Tech Hokies. The Mountaineers were able to handle the Hokies, 7-2.

In this week's edition of the WVU Coaches Show, we'll take a closer look at the highs and lows of this past weekend for WVU Baseball, and take a look at what might happen this coming weekend against Kansas State.

We also sat down with Nick Snyder and Alek Manoah, WVU strikeout kings. Manoah was recently honored for his outstanding performances in April which earned him several conference and national honors, including NCBWA National Pitcher of the Month. 

Snyder's recent performances weren't to shabby either, most recently striking out 12 Hokies this past week.

Plus, catch our exclusive interview with WVU baseball head coach Randy Mazey to get his thoughts on his team, what they've done and where they're headed.

This new edition of the WVU Coaches Show debuts Friday at 5 p.m. on AT&T SportsNet, and then airs again Saturday morning on the following stations in West Virginia: 


    •    WBOY (Channel 12 — Clarksburg)
    •    WOWK (Channel 13 — Charleston/Huntington)
    •    WTRF (Channel 7 — Wheeling/Steubenville)
    •    WVNS (Channel 59 — Beckley/Bluefield)


Check your local listings for more details on how to watch the WVU Coaches Show in your area. 


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