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Holgorsen looks to finish season with ten wins

Tuesday brought about the last of Coach Holgorsen's weekly press conferences. With Saturday's game versus Baylor, the head coach and his team are very close to thinking about the post-season. Coach Holgorsen, as always, is focused on the task at hand; beating a very talked about Baylor team to finish

WVU’s Long has the winning attitude

MORGANTOWN. W.Va.-- West Virginia University's James Long isn't the flashiest player on the court but he has the drive and determination that makes a winner off the court. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound guard scored a career-high 10 points in the Mountaineers 108-61 win over Manhattan on Monday night and turned the spotlight

Ahmad powers No. 25 WVU past Manhattan

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Esa Ahmad scored 19 points and No.25 West Virginia University pummeled Manhattan 108-61 in the final game of the NIT Season Tip-Off on Monday at the Coliseum. The story of the night was the Mountaineers' fiery pressure defense. WVU forced a school record 40 turnovers, which led to 46 points. Press

Per Reports: University of Houston Interested In Holgorsen

As the coaching carousel started early Saturday morning it wasn't long before names of potential replacements started to surface. Only hours after the University of Texas made the firing of Charlie Strong official news broke that his replacement had already been determined. The University of Houston's Tom Herman has been named

Temple upsets No. 19 WVU to win NIT Season Tip-Off

Brooklyn, N.Y.--Temple knocked off two Top 25 teams to win the NIT Season Tip-Off. The Owls came from behind to beat No. 25 Florida State on Thursday and hung on to beat No. 19 West Virginia 81-77 on Friday afternoon. The Mountaineers (4-1) rallied behind Esa Ahmad in the second half to

No. 19 WVU defeats Illinois in NIT Season Tip-Off

Brooklyn, N.Y.-- The 19th-ranked West Virginia University basketball team's high-pressure defense proved to be too much for the Fighting Illini as the Mountaineers rolled Illinois 89-57 on Thursday afternoon. WVU's full-court defense suffocated the Illini (4-2), forcing 24 turnovers, which resulted in 34 points. The Mountaineers (4-0) had 15 steals Nathan Adrian

Thanksgiving a time for bonding for WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Thanksgiving is a time for food, family and football. It is a time to reflect on what one is thankful for in life. Things aren't different for the West Virginia University football team, except on Thursday while others are with their family members, members of the Mountaineers' football team will

No. 19 WVU battles Illinois in NIT Season Tip-Off

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The last time the 19th-ranked West Virginia University basketball team was in Brooklyn, things didn't go its way. But the Mountaineers are ready to take New York by storm when they take on Illinois in the NIT Season Tip-Off on Thursday. The Fighting Illini (4-1) are hoping to improve after going 15-19 last

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