Photo Gallery: WVU secures series against Kansas State; go for the sweep on saturday

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West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

West Virginia defeated Kansas State, 15-4 (Photo by Teran Malone)

(Teran Malone Photo Gallery)

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – For the second night in a row, West Virginia toppled Kansas State, 15-4 at Monongalia County Ballpark/Wagener Field. A three-run third inning was followed by an eight-run fourth inning as the Mountaineers (32-20) earned a season-high Big 12 game winning record (13-10).

Braden Barry connected on a three-run homer for the Mountaineers as part of their 14-hit offense. Mikey Kluska went 3 for 4. Victor Scott, Dayne Leonard and Tevin Tucker each had a pair of hits. Tucker and McGwire Holbrook each drove in three runs.

Ben Hampton took his record to 8-4. He pitched 6.1 innings while allowing just two runs. Hampton struck out eight batters.

The series ends Saturday at noon.

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