After experiencing what he called the low point of his four year career at West Virginia, head coach Randy Mazey saw his team through a signature win tonight against Oklahoma State. The Mountaineers dropped a pair of mid-week games at home against Canisius, and came into this series knowing they needed to have a good showing to stay relevant in the Big 12. Mazey said in his postgame press conference that he was confident his group would rise to the occasion tonight, which turned out to be exactly what happened. After blowing a 3-1 lead in the ninth, West Virginia scratched out the game-tying run in the bottom of the frame, and won the game 5-4 on a walk-off blast from Jackson Cramer to turn what could have been a devastating defeat into a big win.
West Virginia Head Coach Randy Mazey Praised the Resolve of his Team After a Come-From-Behind Extra Inning Win.
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