Mazey, WVU Players React To Marshall Win

It wasn't pretty for West Virginia, but it was - just barely - effective as the Mountaineers got a pair of homers from Taylor Munden and Kyle Davis along with KC Huth's bases loaded walk in the eighth inning to top Marshall 3-2 on Tuesday.

Head coach Randy Mazey, who spoke about a lack of focus and effort following the midweek loss to Penn State last week, again faced many of the same issues this game as the Mountaineers drew the in-state foe between Big 13 series against Oklahoma and Kansas. Still, the effort was certainly sub par, and nearly cost WVU another bad RPI loss. Here, Mazey discusses that, and some of the finer details of the win.

Munde, who entered just 2-for-27 in his last seven games, snapped that with a solo shot to left field for a 1-0 lead, then reached on a single to center to set-up the final score in the penultimate inning for West Virginia. The team captain, below, details those parts of the games, as well as the focus needed for the Mountaineers over the final trio of midweek contests.

Huth, 1-for-3 with a walk for the game-winning RBI, talks about his final at-bat, the pitches he sat on, his plate approach and the final out against Marshall that came on his sliding catch on a short ball to the outfield.

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