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Roundup: Hurricane's Foust named Wendy's Amateur Tour player of the year

Mike Foust of Hurricane was named Wendy's Amateur Tour player of the year Tuesday. 

 Foust and partner Ian Patrick won the "Frosty Cup," the season-long four-ball best-ball event. Foust also won the season-long Wendy's Skills Challenge Hole, which measures a player's score in relation to par for the entire season.

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  • WVU SOCCER: West Virginia University senior forward Frances Silva has been named the Big 12 Conference women's soccer offensive player of the week for her efforts last week against Duke and top ranked North Carolina.

    Silva tallied a goal and an assist, giving her a team-best 12 points (four goals, four assists) and 27 career goals, the ninth-best mark in program history. She has earned at least one point in every WVU contest this season.

  • The WVU women's team moved down one spot to No. 10 in Tuesday's Soccer America Top 25 poll. The Mountaineers (3-1-2) maintain their No. 19 ranking in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll for the second straight week.
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  • MU GOLF: Marshall men's team finished in seventh place at 14-over-par 866 on the par-71 course in the Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational Tuesday at Guyan Golf and Country Club. MU freshman Clarke Robinson finished tied for second in the individual standings at 5-under-par and senior Brian Anania scored a 209 giving, him a total of 4 under par, good for a fourth-place tie.

  • The Marshall women's team finished fifth in the Murray State Drake Creek Invitational, bumping up two places following its best round of the invitational. Korakot Simsiriwong completed the tournament at 2-under-par, good for a second-place finish. Rachel Thompson finished in 10th place with a score of 229 on the par-72 course.
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  • MEC HONORS: Charleston's Ana Maria Pena has been named Mountain East Conference tennis player of the week after going 3-0 in singles and 2-1 in doubles at the Converse Classic. Pena, a sophomore, defeated Stefy Stand of Carson-Newman 6-0, 7-5. In the next two matches Pena dropped one game defeating Spartanburg Methodist's Taylor Littlejohn 6-1, 6-0 and Taylor Carpenter 6-0, 6-0.

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  • LOCAL RACING: Ona Speedway will resume racing at 7 p.m. Saturday with u-cars, six-cylinder cars, classics, hobby stocks and late models.

     


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