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WVU inks Randy Mazey to a five-year contract

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia University signed head baseball coach Randy Mazey to a five-year contract on Thursday. The Mountaineers' skipper led the team to one of its best seasons. WVU finished the season with a 36-26 record, finishing fourth in the Big 12. For the first time since 1996, the Mountaineers made an appearance

Former women’s basketball player returns to WVU as assistant coach

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - West Virginia University women’s basketball coach Mike Carey announced the hiring of former Mountaineer student-athlete Christal Caldwell as an assistant coach on Thursday. Caldwell has spent the last two seasons at La Salle. She is the first Mountaineer student-athlete to play under coach Mike Carey and return to

Ferns, Pitts lead group of potential impact freshman

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Every year players come and go, giving newcomers a chance to contribute and that is no different in Morgantown. The West Virginia University football team has six true or redshirt freshman that could make an impact on the gridiron this season. Heading into fall camp last season, Brendan Ferns was a

Position Primer: West Virginia trio returns to lead Mountaineers’ special teams unit

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Special teams play only about 10 percent of a football game but any given play on special teams can alter the outcome of a game, whether it's good or bad. The West Virginia University football team knows this all too well. Several pieces of the Mountaineers' special teams unit return, including

WVU undervalued in Big 12 media poll… again

  College football is less than two months away. This is the time of year that fans, players and coaches start to get excited knowing that they are still in the running for a National Title. It's also the time of year for the media preseason conference polls to roll out and that

Position Primer: Bosch lone returning full-timer for a line with much to prove

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The West Virginia University offensive line lost four big-time contributors and has a lot of new faces with some big shoes to fill. Last season the Mountaineers' line was ranked fifth best in the country by Pro Football Focus and helped the offense to average 485.5 yards per game

Position Primer: No scavenger hunt for talent among receivers, but will it pay off?

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The West Virginia University football team lost two of its best wide receivers in Shelton Gibson and Daikiel Shorts, but the Mountaineers aren't scavenging for talent at the position. Both Gibson (43 receptions for 951 yards) and Shorts (63 receptions for 894 yards) moved on to the NFL after being WVU's go-to

Four Mountaineers named to player of the year watch lists

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — Four members of the West Virginia University football team were named to watch lists on Monday. Senior running back Justin Crawford and redshirt junior quarterback Will Grier were named today to the watch list for the 81st annual Maxwell Award, and senior safety Kyzir White and junior

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