Four WVU gymnasts are nationally ranked in Monday's GymInfo poll.
Kaylyn Millick is ranked No. 27 nationally in the all-around with a 39.3 regional qualifying score. Hope Sloanhoffer ranks No. 42 (39.16) in the all-around, while Jaida Lawrence ranks No. 43 (9.89) on vault and Alaska Richardson ranks No. 48 (9.88) on floor.
Nugent became the first female swimmer in WVU history to be named an All-American with her seventh-place finish in the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 1 minute, 55.61 seconds. She finished her career at WVU with three national honors, including honorable mention All-America last year as a member of the 800 freestyle relay team and in the 200 butterfly.
WVC HONORS: Kristy Kellogg of Alderson-Broaddus has been named the West Virginia Conference player of the week while Fairmont State's Chelsea Cobb and West Virginia State's Kelsey Lorraine were named co-pitchers of the week.
Kellogg led the Battlers to a 2-0 week with a sweep over Edinboro, going 6 for 8 in the twinbill. Cobb threw a complete-game shutout over Edinboro, giving up three hits in seven innings while striking out eight with no walks. Lorraine helped the Yellow Jackets to a win over Belmont Abbey, allowing just one hit while tossing a seven-inning shutout. Lorraine struck out 11.
Conley guided the Battlers to a 6-0 week, recording 12 hits and hitting .545. Smyth tossed a three-hit shutout against Pitt-Johnstown.
WEST VIRGINIA MINERS: Tony Bennett scored 28 points as the visiting Rochester RazorSharks downed the West Virginia Miners Sunday for the second time in as many weeks, 100-85, at St. Albans High School.
Brian Barkdoll and Darin Mency each scored 13 points for Rochester (3-0). The Miners (0-2) were led by Will Collins and Brandon Tunnell with 16 points each.