You are here
Home > 2016 > April

WVU baseball wins series over Baylor after doubleheader

MORGANTOWN- After the Mountaineer baseball, 10-0, game one victory Friday evening, WVU takes the series 2-1 over the Baylor Bears Saturday afternoon. Due to inclement weather in the forecast for most of the weekend, games two and three of the series were played as a doubleheader that began at noon. In the days

Oakland looks to bolster secondary with addition of WVU’s Karl Joseph

CHICAGO-- West Virginia University's hard-hitting Karl Joseph was selected 14th overall in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday by the Oakland Raiders. Joseph is a physical, smart, play-making safety who is a team player and plays with passion for the game. He is versatile enough to play in the

With the Raiders selecting Joseph WVU and Holgorsen become list of one

With the Oakland Raiders selecting WVU defensive back Karl Joseph 14th overall in the NFL Draft Thursday night the West Virginia Mountaineers are now the only team in the nation to have a top 15 pick in four of the last five drafts (Kevin White (2015), Tavon Austin (2013), Bruce

Julian Miller’s predictions for Mountaineers in the 2016 NFL Draft

Fallback Image

Former Mountaineer and current staff writer Julian Miller gives his in depth predictions of where he believes Mountaineers will go in this years NFL draft. Karl Joseph 1st round, pick 18 Indianapolis Colts - The Colts have many holes to fill which is surprising after the free agency period they had

WVU defeats Marshall to complete series sweep

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University baseball team defeated in-state rival Marshall 9-8 in a battle of the bats on Wednesday night at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Mountaineers (21-18) swept the first series against the Thundering Herd (21-17) for the first time since 1997. “I told the guys before the game started, every single time

Five takeaways from Saturday’s spring game

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team closed out its spring football session on Saturday during the annual Gold-Blue Spring Game at the Greenbrier, where the offense defeated the defense 49-46. The Mountaineers lost several players after last season concluded, leaving many questions, especially on defense. With the spring over, the coaching

WVU outslugs Oklahoma in series finale

NORMAN, Okla.--The West Virginia University baseball team scored 10 unanswered runs to rally and beat Oklahoma 12-7 on Sunday afternoon at Dale Mitchell Park. The Mountaineers (20-18, 6-8 Big 12) fell behind 7-2 in the first inning but slowly chipped away at the Sooners (20-20-1, 6-9) lead. “We basically outplayed them the whole

WVU basketball now in mix for Louisiana Tech transfer

Jon Rothstein of CBS Sport announced via Twitter last night that Louisiana Tech junior Merrill Holden had narrowed his list for potential schools to Iowa St , Illinois, Cincinnati, Jacksonville St, UCF, and WVU. Holden's bio from the 2015-16 season is as follows: Saw action in 23 games, including 16 starts ... Missed

Sooners rally past Mountaineers

Story Courtesy of WVU Sports Communications- Charlie Healy NORMAN, Okla.--The West Virginia University baseball team dropped the second game of its series at Oklahoma, 12-6, on Saturday afternoon at L. Dale Mitchell Park. The Mountaineers (19-18, 5-8 Big 12) scored six runs on 10 hits, while the Sooners (20-19-1, 6-8) scored 12

Skip to toolbar