West Virginia baseball downs Oklahoma State 15-10 behind big day at the plate.

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West Virginia baseball wasn't going to let a pair of tough losses keep them down on Easter Sunday.

The Mountaineers rebounded with a huge batting performance against Oklahoma State today after dropping the first two games of a three-game home series with the Cowboys. WVU (16-12) tallied 16 hits, including four doubles and a home run, as they cruised to a 15-10 victory to close the series.

Oklahoma State (18-10) had held the Mountaineers to just two runs in the first two games combined, but could not hold it together on the mound to finish the weekend strong. Seven pitchers saw action on Sunday for the Cowboys, and six of them would give up at least one run. Pitcher Gabe Davis took the loss for Oklahoma State, giving up five runs in 1.1 innings.

The Mountaineers' big bats were led by freshman infielder Spencer Barnett, who went 4-for-5 at the plate, including one double, and tallied a team-high five RBIs in the win. Junior infielder and designated hitter Kyle West would tally two hits, including a home run, during the game. In total, eight Mountaineers earned at least one hit on Sunday. On the mound, Maxx Yehl earned his first win of the season, pitching 1.2 innings in total.