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WVU drops series opener to No. 23 Oklahoma State

STILLWATER, Okla.--Tyler Buffett held the West Virginia University baseball team to four hits as the Mountaineers dropped the series opener to No. 23 Oklahoma State 3-2 on Friday night at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. Buffett (4-2) pitched a complete game, surrendering two hits and striking out seven. Buffett's mound opponent B.J. Myers (2-2)

WVU Pro Day Results

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The most recent graduates of the West Virginia football team put their skills on display for numerous NFL scouts and coaches on Friday for the school's annual pro day. Below are the full results: Christian Brown | DL 40-Yard Dash Bench Press (reps) Vertical Jump (in) Broad Jump (in) 3 Cone 20-Yard Shuttle 60-Yard Shuttle 5.32 34 26" 8'5" 7.89 4.64 -- Antonio Crawford | CB 40-Yard Dash Bench Press (reps) Vertical Jump (in) Broad

WVU-Virginia Tech opener at FedExField moved

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia University and Virginia Tech have announced that their season-opening football game at FedExField in Landover, Maryland, has been moved to Sunday, Sept. 3 at 7:30 p.m. and will be televised nationally by ABC.  The longtime rivals will battle for the Black Diamond Trophy for the first time in

WVU tops Pitt in Backyard Brawl

PITTSBURGH--The West Virginia University baseball team defeated Pitt 8-4 in the Backyard Brawl on Tuesday night in Pittsburgh. The Mountaineers (13-9) have won five straight at Charles L. Cost Field and have won eight of their last 12 against the Panthers (11-11). WVU scored eight runs on seven hits. Jackson Cramer and Cole

Mountaineer players and assistant coaches address media

The Mountaineer football program is now fully in spring practice. Tuesday afternoon several players and assistant coaches were made available to the media in discussion of the team's successes thus far. Defensive coordinator/associate head coach Tony Gibson is again pleased with the progress of the team this spring, noting how sophomore

Huggins has WVU at height of program’s history.

By Dave Ackermann (The Orchestrator) (Feature Photo Credit: Denny Medely, USA Sports) Okay okay, I can understand all of this heartbroken talk from some Mountaineer fans and the general wearing of one's heart on their sleeve, but please stop. Why? Because Bob Huggins has the WVU Men's Basketball Program at the height of

WVU splits doubleheader with Jacksonville

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University baseball team split a doubleheader with Jacksonville on Saturday afternoon at Monongalia County Ballpark. “Doubleheaders are such a beating,” WVU head coach Randy Mazey said. “At 5:30 this afternoon we were up 8-1 and as soon as that game ended they made up a seven run

WVU bids farewell to five seniors after Sweet 16 loss

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--With West Virginia University's 61-58 loss to Gonzaga on Thursday night comes a final goodbye to five seniors. Nathan Adrian, Teyvon Myers, Brandon Watkins, James Long and Tarik Phillip put on a Mountaineers jersey for the final time. Each gave their all every night and embraced their role, whether it was

Cramer, Mountaineers rally past Jacksonville in home opener

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Jackson Cramer's two-run blast lifted West Virginia University past Jacksonville 5-3 in the home opener at Monongalia County Ballpark on Friday. Entering the bottom of the ninth, the Mountaineers (11-8) trailed 3-1 but a throwing error and a walk put the tying run on base for WVU. Brandon White's sacrifice bunt moved

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