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WVU Baseball Helps Oklahoma Community

Great to see.

In a week that saw West Virginia pitcher Harrison Musgrave earn Big 12 Pitcher of the Year honors and the Mountaineers baseball team finish third in the Big 12 Conference standings following a successful season, another story became the main headline in Morgantown.

The Mountaineers were a mere 5-10 miles from the disastrous tornado that affected much of Oklahoma City and Moore, Okla., and they stepped up to help out a community in need.

While WVU prepares to face sixth-seeded Kansas in the Big 12 Tournament later this week, head coach Randy Mazey and his squad are more involved with trying to help kids and those without the everyday necessities.

The team purchased supplies for the victims in Moore in an attempt to lift as many spirits as possible during this devastating time.

It also made those affiliated with WVU in one way or another even more proud of what came about.

The players were also deeply saddened by the events.

All in all, the West Virginia baseball team did all it could to give back to a community in need of anything at this time.