West Virginia Beat Old Dominion 4-3 After A Wild Finish In The Home Opener.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va - West Virginia used a squeeze play in the eighth inning to score two key runs as it rallied from a 2-0 deficit to beat Old Dominion 4-3 in the home opener Friday at Mon County Ballpark.

In the video above, West Virginia right fielder Darius Hill details the crazy eighth inning that helped push WVU over the top against Old Dominion, as well as other key aspects of the team's victory over the Monarchs. Hill doubled, walked and scored a run in three at-bats today, pacing the top of the line-up that combined for five of WVU's seven hits in the tight contest.

Here, WVU pitcher Chad Donato talks about his performance in the home opener against ODU. After a shaky start to the game, Donato found his rhythm and pitched the Mountaineers into the seventh inning in a tie game. Even though Donato said he wasn't feeling well, he found a way to push his way through a strong outing after allowing two runs early.The right-hander gave up nine hits and two earned runs over 6.1 innings in the no decision. He struck out six and walked just one while allowing one extra base hit.

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