You are here
Home > 2015 > April

2015 NFL Draft Predictions

After months of waiting, the NFL Draft is finally here and the futures of some of our favorite Mountaineers will be decided. Here is how we think the draft will shake out for WVU players. Predictions Kevin White Julian Miller, BlueGoldSports – 4th overall, Oakland Raiders: With the addition of Crabtree in FA the

Radford downs West Virginia

RADFORD, Va.--The West Virginia Mountaineers fell 9-4 to the Radford Highlanders on Wednesday afternoon at the Radford University Stadium. The Mountaineers (24-19) squandered scoring chances in both the first and third innings. West Virginia had runners on the corners with no outs but failed to score in either inning. Radford (30-19) scored

Munden, Mountaineers rally to beat Kansas

GRANVILLE, W.Va-- Senior Taylor Munden blasted a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh to power the West Virginia Mountaineers past the Kansas Jayhawks 5-4 on Sunday in front of 1,503 fans at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Mountaineers were down 4-3 heading into the seventh inning. Center Fielder KC Huth

Skip to toolbar