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Oklahoma grinds out extra-inning win over No. 25 WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Despite coming from behind to force extra innings, No. 25 West Virginia University fell to Oklahoma, 7-4, on Sunday afternoon at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Mountaineers (25-17, 10-8 Big 12) scored two runs in the sixth and seventh innings to tie the game at 4-4 but the Sooners (30-16, 8-7

No. 25 WVU-Oklahoma split doubleheader

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-The No. 25 West Virginia University baseball team split a doubleheader with Oklahoma on Saturday afternoon. After suspending the opening game of the series due to lightning, the Mountaineers and Sooners finished Friday's game as part of a doubleheader on Saturday. Trailing 2-1 in the sixth, WVU sent freshman Sam Kessler

Several WVU players sign free agent deals

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Only two members of the West Virginia University football team were selected in the NFL Draft but several former Mountaineers inked free agent deals on Saturday after the draft concluded. Skyler Howard- Seattle Seahawks Jeremy Tyler- Buffalo Bills Rushel Shell- Pittsburgh Steelers Christian Brown- Pittsburgh Steelers Adam Pankey- Green Bay Packers Maurice Fleming- Tampa Bay Bucaneers Tyler

Another WVU standout signs with Philadelphia Eagles

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--After going undrafted on Saturday, West Virginia University center Tyler Orlosky signed with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Cleveland, Ohio native joins former teammates Shelton Gibson and Rasul Douglas, who were both drafted by Philadelphia. Other former Mountaineers currently with the Eagles are Wendell Smallwood and Najee Good. Orlosky started in 13 games

No. 21 WVU drops series at Kansas State

Manhattan, Kan.-- For the first time this season, No. 21 West Virginia University dropped a Big 12 series with Sunday's 11-4 loss to Kansas State. The Mountaineers (23-15) scored four runs on 10 hits but the bullpen fell apart, allowing the Wildcats (21-19) to come from behind for the win. Kade Strowd (1-1) suffered

No. 21 WVU tops Kansas State in series opener

MANHATTAN, Ks.--The No. 21 West Virginia University baseball team won a back-and-forth affair, 9-7, to open a three-game series at Kansas State on Friday night in Manhattan, Kansas. On a cool, rainy evening at Tointon Family Stadium, the Mountaineers (23-13, 9-4 Big 12) and Wildcats (19-19, 2-11 Big 12) traded the

No. 21 WVU defeats Marshall, sweeps season series

CHARLESTON, W.Va.--Ivan Gonzalez drove in three runs as No. 21 West Virginia University defeated in-state rival Marshall 8-4 on Tuesday night at  Appalachian Power Park. The sophomore catcher went 4-for-5, scoring three runs and driving in three, including a two-run homer in the sixth. The Mountaineers (22-13) swept the season series against the

Five Thoughts from the Spring Game and ESPN’s April Prediction

MORGANTOWN, W.Va--The West Virginia Mountaineers concluded their spring practices with this past Saturday's Gold-Blue scrimmage and even though the Blue won 44-21--based on the unconventional scoring system-- there was a lot to like for Mountaineer fans who attended or watched the game. Here are five observations that I took away from the

Will Grier and David Sills click in spring game

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--One takeaway from Saturday's annual Gold-Blue Spring Game was that Will Grier and David Sills mesh well together. And it's a bond that could benefit WVU well come fall. “That connection has been fun to watch,” Mountaineers coach Dana Holgorsen said. "And over the course of the next two years it’s

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