West Virginia sophomore pitcher Harrison Musgrave was honored as the Big 12 pitcher of the week for his shutout win against Kansas Friday in Beckley.
Musgrave (7-1, 2.36 ERA) allowed just four hits with five strikeouts and one walk in the Mountaineers' 1-0 win against the Jayhawks and extended his scoreless innings streak to 25.
He is the 13th pitcher in conference history to collect three or more weekly awards in a season.
WVC SOFTBALL: Fairmont State clinched its first West Virginia Conference regular-season championship and claimed the top spot in the upcoming tournament scheduled Thursday through Saturday in Vienna.
West Virginia State picked up the No. 2 seed and Charleston garnered the No. 3 position. The Yellow Jackets and Alderson-Broaddus begin the competition with a 10 a.m. contest while Charleston and Shepherd also square off at 10.
WVC HONORS: Shepherd's Michael Lott was named the West Virginia Conference baseball player of the week.
The senior outfielder from Woodbridge, Va., led the Rams to three wins on the week, batting a solid .608. His 14 hits included eight that went for extra bases - six doubles, a triple and a homerun. Lott had nine RBIs and scored eight runs and added four stolen bases to his school-record-setting 26 for the season.
Fairmont State sophomore Jamie Allard was named WVC pitcher of the week after leading the Falcons to a victory over Seton Hall to clinch a spot in the WVC tournament. He surrendered just two hits against the Griffins in a complete game.