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WVU coaches and players discuss spring practice

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia head coach Neal Brown, coordinators Vic Koenning and Matt Moore and players discuss spring practice. https://youtu.be/f1BduAdZNS8 https://youtu.be/y1DN9yQXhb0 https://youtu.be/N15LCB0RIlI https://youtu.be/7uFw4Ec-pTc https://youtu.be/mC3A-W4DA_Y https://youtu.be/UFQxKj1EFk8 https://youtu.be/5dQUhZj3JZU Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS

Bob Huggins and players talk win over Grand Canyon University

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Bob Huggins and players discuss WVU's 77-63 win over Grand Canyon University in the opening round of the CBI. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfC5JVSNp7k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESud3q6Xi-M https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZDtOU0MZww https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzbO5ELrLJQ&t=26s   Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS

Haley lifts WVU past Grand Canyon University

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Jermaine Haley scored 24 points and West Virginia defeated Grand Canyon University 77-63 in the opening round of the Roman College Basketball Invitational on Wednesday night. Emmitt Matthews and Lamont West chipped in 11 points apiece. Chase Harler had 10 points and Derek Culver had 10 rebounds The Mountaineers (15-20) used

WVU routs William & Mary

WILLAMSBURG, Va.--Kade Strowd had another solid performance as West Virginia pummeled William & Mary 12-2 on Sunday afternoon. The Mountaineers (11-7) took two-of-three from the Tribe (13-4), who suffered their first series loss of the season. Strowd pitched seven innings, surrendering two runs on three hits. He struck out eight and walked

Kansas ends WVU’s Big 12 Tournament run

KANSAS CITY, Mo.--Dedric Lawson dropped 24 points as Kansas defeated West Virginia 88-74 on Friday night to advance to the Big 12 Championship Game. Quentin Grimes scored 18 points, including 5-of-8 from beyond the arc. Devon Dotson had 13 and Marcus Garrett 11 for the Jayhawks (24-8). Lamont West tallied 16 points for

WVU knocks off Texas Tech, advances to semifinals

KANSAS CITY, Mo.--Emmitt Matthews Jr. scored 28 points and No. 10-seeded West Virginia hung on to beat No. 2-seeded Texas Tech. The Mountaineers (13-19) dominated the Red Raiders (26-5) in the first half and jumped out to a 38-29 lead at the half. After the break, WVU remained in control and took its

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