Area roundup: WVU's Musgrave wins another Big 12 honor
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.
CLINE SIGNS WITH STATE: South Charleston's Jonathan Cline committed to play baseball at West Virginia State on Monday. The senior catcher is hitting .386 and has driven in 14 runs this season.
LOCAL GOLF: Edgewood Country Club's Barry Evans tied for 13th in the Mizuno Pro-Scratch Amateur Monday at Allegheny Country Club in Sewickley, Pa. Evans and his amateur partner Tad Tomblin scored a 2-under-par 68 for the event, tying with seven other teams.
PEARETH NO.1 IN EAST: Concord's Stephanie Peareth begins the NCAA Division II women's golf championship as the No. 1 individual in the East Region.
MU TENNIS: Marshall senior Dominika Zaprazna was named second-team All-Conference USA in singles play on Monday. The Slovakia native won nine matches at No. 1 singles for the Herd this spring.
CHALLENGED SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIPS: CAMC's Medical Rehab Center will hold the 19th Annual West Virginia Challenged Sports Championships Wednesday through Saturday at various venues in Charleston. Events are open to all athletes with disabilities, and will include track and field, swimming, archery, weightlifting and marksmanship. For more information, call 304-388-5766.