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WVU’s Myers working hard to become the best he can be

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- For Teyvon Myers transitioning from junior college to West Virginia University hasn't been the easiest thing but in his final year with the Mountaineers, the Brooklyn, N.Y. native is ready to make the most of his final hurrah. Last season Myers averaged 2.4 points and 0.8 rebounds in just 8.6

Mountaineers Sloppy, But Survive in Win Over Texas

The 16th-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers hit the road to the iconic Austin, Texas to take on the improving Texas Longhorns in front of a large and rowdy crowd. In a contest that may have made hair fall out and emergency room trips a necessity, the Mountaineers stood tall and held on

2016-17 Big 12 basketball preview

Coming off one of the Big 12's best seasons in which seven of the 10 teams made the NCAA Tournament and Oklahoma made it to the Final Four, the conference will turn a new page led by a new crop of stars. Big name athletes like Georges Niang, Perry Ellis,

No. 20 WVU routs Mount St. Mary’s in season opener

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- Nathan Adrian scored 13 points and No. 20 West Virginia University pummeled Mount St. Mary's 87-59 in its season opener at the Coliseum on Friday night. Jevon Carter tallied 10 points. The Mountaineers had 11 players get in on the scoring frenzy. Freshman Sagaba Konate had a stellar debut. The forward

Mountaineers To Play In ESPN’s Armed Forces Classic

Press release courtesy WVU Athletic Communication The Armed Forces Classic – a series of Division I men’s college basketball games that are televised from United States military bases around Veteran’s Day as a morale event for service members – is scheduled to continue for the foreseeable future. The 2017 event will

WVU’s Ahmad learned from freshman season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Esa Ahmad's freshman campaign was a learning experience and now he's ready to emerge as one of West Virginia University's stars. Last season was an up and down one for the Ahmad. After being a star at Shaker Heights High, the Cleveland native averaged just 4.9 points and 2.7 rebounds per contest

Can WVU’s defense stop Texas running back D’Onta Foreman?

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- Last week against Texas Tech, D'Onta Foreman lit up the stats sheet when he rushed for 341 yards and three touchdowns in Texas' 45-37 win. The junior's stellar performance leaves teams wondering just how do you stop him. Easy. "Tackle him," WVU defensive line coach Bruce Tall said. Through eight games Foreman

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