Freshmen Ryan Bergert and Zach Ottinger combined to shut out Texas Tech, one of the best offenses in the country. Up next? Oklahoma State and a shot at the Big 12 Tournament crown.
— WVU Baseball (@WVUBaseball) May 26, 2019
This is the second Big 12 Tournament Championship game in the past four years for the Mountaineers.
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West Virginia was able to score in the third inning when Tyler Doanes was brought home with a sacrifice fly by Darius Hill. The scoring concluded in the sixth inning when Brandon White led off the inning with a single and eventually scored on a groundout.
The Big 12 Championship will be televised by AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburgh. The station formerly known as Root Sports Pittsburgh. 2 p.m. is when the game will start.
Not only are the Mountaineers playing for a Big 12 title, but there is also the dream scenario of hosting an NCAA regional. Coach Randy Mazey talks about what that would mean to the WVU baseball program.
.@WVUBaseball will play for a Big 12 title this afternoon, and they could also still be playing to host an NCAA regional.
Randy Mazey on what that dream scenario would mean: pic.twitter.com/bfbG6zDHNH
— WV Illustrated (@wvillustrated) May 26, 2019
Finally, this one is on TV. So tune into AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburgh at 2 p.m. and watch the Mountaineers bring home a Big 12 title.