Photos\Interviews: TCU Game Two

West Virginia continued to battle despite falling behind 6-0 in the first inning against TCU -- a fact that did not displease Mountaineer head coach Randy Mazey.

Although the Mountaineers wound up dropping the second game by the score of 7-4, the first year Mountaineer mentor was happy with the way his team continued to compete. Mazey noted that WVU had good at-bats against a quality TCU pitching staff, and that fact could contribute to West Virginia's effort to win the series on Sunday.

In this interview, Mazey noted that the Horned Frogs managed to score in just two of the day's 18 innings, and that he was pleased, for the most part, with the way his team competed.

Ryan McBroom continued to mash the ball at the plate, going 4-8 with another two-run homer and three RBIs on the day. He noted that early in his career, he didn't like hitting in Charleston's Appalachian Power Park, but that view has changed given his great productivity at the plate this year.

McBroom also made a great play in the field, leaning far into the stands to snare a pop-up over a couple of fans. He described that play, and also discussed what it's like playing behind pitcher Harrison Musgrave when the Mountaineer hurler is on his game.

Ryan Tuntland fires to first

Billy Fleming heads for home

Ryan McBroom leans into the stands to snare a pop-up

McBroom trots around the bases after blasting a two-run home

Alan Filauro (right) tags out Dylan Fitsgerald at home

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