West Virginia State's Chase Pickering was named the West Virginia Conference baseball co-pitcher of the week Monday, sharing the honor with Seton Hill's Brad Schnelle.
Pickering went the distance in State's victory over Davis & Elkins, striking out eight and giving up just two hits and one earned run. Schnelle tossed a complete game in the victory over Ohio Valley, allowing just one hit and striking out seven in the performance.
Shepherd's Nathan Minnich has been tabbed WVC player of the week after posting a .692 batting average with two home runs while helping the Rams to a 5-0 week.
Mundie guided the Falcons to a 5-1 week, posting a .474 batting average (9-for-19), including two doubles and two homers. Perez-Ashley picked up victories against West Virginia State (a one-hit shutout) and Charleston.
UC SOCCER: Charleston women's soccer coach Todd Diuguid announced the signing of Lauren Haven on Monday as the latest addition for the 2012 season. Haven was the captain of the under-17 Bahamas national team, where she played midfielder/striker. The 5-foot-7 incoming freshman helped lead the Bahamas to a qualifying effort in the 2012 CONCACAF finals for the first time in the country's history.
BASKETBALL CAMPS: The Tom Herrion Summer Basketball Camp will be offering three camps this summer featuring Marshall's men's basketball players and coaching staff. A team camp is offered June 14-16, an individual boys camp will take place June 18-21 and the Little Herd camp, for boys and girls ages 6-10, will take place July 16-19. For more information, contact Mike Brown at 304-696-3769.
OFFICIALS CLASS: The Kanawha Valley Football Officials Association will conduct a training class beginning at 6 p.m. on June 4 at the Ben Franklin Career Center in Dunbar for anyone interested in becoming a football official. For more information, contact Fred McPherson at 304-389-8801, Neil Caruthers at 304-546-2880, or visit www.kvfoa.org.