Caleb Kilians two-hit complete game leads Red Raiders to 3-0 victory

Red Raider baseball beats West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, VA (KCBD) - After dropping their first two games of the series in Morgantown, the Red Raider baseball team bounced back behind the arm of Caleb Kilian.

The junior starter delivered a complete-game two-hitter - as the No. 11 Red Raider Baseball team shut out West Virginia, 3-0.

Kilian didn't allow any free passes to make his effort the first complete-game shutout with no walks since Trey Masek in 2013 against LaSalle.

It is also the lowest hit total allowed during a complete-game shut out since A.J. Ramos allowed three hits against Kansas on April 20, 2007.

In the last 10 games, the Red Raiders have gone an even five-and-five over that stretch.

Up next for the Red Raiders, they will face Duke in Durham, NC for a mid-week contest before returning to Big 12 play.

First pitch on Tuesday is at 5 p.m., and the game will be televised on the ACC Network Extra.

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