Mountaineers Review Shutout Loss To Oklahoma

West Virginia got an excellent outing from BJ Myers, but was stifled by an Oklahoma staff that became the first one to shut out the Mountaineers this season. Here, head coach Randy Mazey, Myers and Jackson Cramer dissect the defeat, and the positives and negatives emerging from the series opener.

First, Mazey details his thoughts on Myers, the offense, the opportunities that wee never capitalized upon and more in his review of the 2-0 loss. Mazey also notes that he leaves the game more encouraged by Myers than discouraged by an offense that managed a season-low two hits.

Myers, who threw 7.2 innings while scattering five hits with the two earned runs, talks about his offspeed pitch, the scouting report on Oklahoma, his mound approach both before and after the deciding home run and what he takes psychologically from the hard luck defeat.

Cramer, who had one of two WVU hits in the game, speaks to the team plate approach, trying t over sswing on early pitches, how the mindset changed as the game wore on and his thoughts on Myers' performance and facing Oklahoma's powerful right-hander in Alec Hansen (4-4, 3.40 ERA) in Saturday's game. First pitch is 4 p.m.

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