Carlin went 10 for 20 at the plate for the Golden Eagles last week. She registered four doubles, two home runs and five RBIs.
Neace tossed a no-hitter for Alderson-Broaddus in a win over Virginia-Lynchburg. Neace worked five innings, struck out 10 and walked just two.
Wenger led Concord to a 2-1 week, going nine for 13 with three runs scored. He totaled two home runs, 13 RBIs and sported an on-base percentage of .733.
McIntyre gave up just one run while tossing seven innings in a victory over Virginia State, striking out three and walking just two.
WVU SPORTS: Following her second consecutive all-around victory, West Virginia gymnast Kaylyn Millick has been named Varsity Sports Report athlete of the week.
Millick was stellar at No. 18 Maryland last Sunday, scoring 39.35 and winning the all-around competition. She earned 9.8+ on each event, including a career-best 9.9 on bars for the discipline win. Millick also finished fifth (9.8) on beam, sixth (9.825) on vault and eighth (9.825) on floor.
CONCORD ALUMNI: Mountain Lion fans and alumni have a special place to gather during the upcoming West Virginia Conference basketball tournament in Charleston.
The Concord University Alumni Hospitality Room will be open Feb. 27-March 2 in Parlor C of the Charleston Civic Center. For more information, contact the Concord University Office of Advancement at (304) 384-6311.
GLENVILLE FOOTBALL: Glenville State senior offensive tackle Mark Jackson has been invited to the NFL Combine Saturday in Indianapolis.
Jackson, a three-year starter for the Pioneers, will be one of the offensive line prospects working out. In 2012, he was a first-team all-conference honoree for the third year in a row.
TABLE TENNIS: The West Virginia Open Table Tennis Tournament will be held Saturday at the North Charleston Recreation Center beginning at 10:30 a.m.
For more information, call (304) 415-8685.
TENNIS TOURNEY: The YMCA hosts its annual Marshall Alumni & Friends Tennis tournament beginning Friday. To register, call the tennis office at (304) 340-3533.
The deadline to enter is Wednesday.
SCHEDULES NEEDED: Area high schools and colleges are urged to send their spring sports schedules to the Gazette in order to be included in our daily listing of athletic events.
Schedules can be faxed to 304-348-1740, e-mailed to ryan.pr...@wvgazette.com or mailed to Gazette sports, 1001 Virginia St. East, Charleston, WV 25301. If high schools update their schedules on the SSAC website (wvssac.org), please make sure starting times are included.