Just two weeks remain in the Big 12 baseball regular season.
K-State's Tyler Moore and Texas Tech's Bryant Burleson are this week's Big 12 baseball Player of the Week recipients with TCU's Alex Young claiming the Pitcher of the Week and the Wildcats' Tyler Wolfe earning Newcomer of the Week.
Oklahoma State's Gage Green is one of 10 finalists for the 2015 Senior CLASS Award in collegiate baseball.
OSU's Michael Freeman highlights this week's Big 12 baseball weekly honors with his fourth Pitcher of the Week accolade on the year.
Sheldon Neuse (Oklahoma) and Keaton Jones (TCU) have been tabbed to the National College Baseball Hall of Fame's initial watch list for the 2015 Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year Award, while five Big 12 pitchers have been named to the National Pitcher of the Year initial watch list.
Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach were all famous composers, but were not often mentioned in the same breath as baseball. Baylor pitcher and music composition major Theron Kay might just be out to reverse that trend.
Robert Tasin (Oklahoma), Conor Costello (Oklahoma State) and Quinn Carpenter (Texas Tech) are among 36 players named to the watch list for the 2015 John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award.
Stephen Villines (Kansas), Corey Taylor (Texas Tech) and Riley Ferrell represent the Big 12 on the NCBWA's Midseason Stopper of the Year Watch List.
Four weekends of conference play remain in the Big 12 baseball regular season.
Kolbey Carpenter (Oklahoma) and Cameron Smith (Texas Tech) have been named Big 12 Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively, with Connor Wanhanen (TCU) and Michael Cantu (Texas) sharing the Newcomer of the Week distinction.
West Virginia University's left-handed pitcher Ross Vance has mastered his mental game through his journeys as a baseball player.
Big 12 teams enter week 10 with just over one month remaining in the regular season.