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Neal Brown continues to maintain cautious optimism about Mountaineer football in the fall

Morgantown, W.VA. - Wednesday morning the head coach of the Mountaineers, Neal Brown, met with members of the media via Zoom to discuss an update on West Virginia football from the past few weeks. Coach Brown previously met with the media several weeks ago as the nation has gotten more

2020 NFL Draft: Mountaineers signed as undrafted free agents

The 2020 NFL Draft ended Saturday afternoon, not from Las Vegas but from all over the country as the draft format was entirely from home this year. After the 255th pick of the draft, teams began the process of picking up undrafted free agents. Undrafted free agents are able to

WVU’s Adams wins Hardman Award

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 26, 2020) – Redshirt sophomore Noah Adams of the West Virginia University wrestling team has been named the recipient of the Hardman Award, given to West Virginia’s amateur athlete of the year, as selected by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association. Adams is the second WVU grappler to win the

Tshiebwe returning for sophomore season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 26, 2020) – West Virginia University forward Oscar Tshiebwe will return for his sophomore season at WVU after requesting an evaluation from the NBA Undergraduate Advisory Committee. “I would like to thank the WVU basketball coaching staff, my family and the NBA Advisory Committee for the guidance and the

Kenny Robinson heads to Charlotte, first Mountaineer drafted in 2020 Draft

Saturday afternoon marked the remaining day and rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft. Safety Kenny Robinson was the 152nd player selected in this year's NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers. Robinson made a name for himself in the short-lived XFL this spring, after being dismissed by West Virginia for academic

Colton McKivitz selected by the San Francisco 49ers

Former West Virginia offensive lineman Colton McKivitz was selected with the 153rd pick in the fifth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday The 6-foot-7, 312-pound offensive tackle started all 12 games this season for the Mountaineers. He had zero missed assignments in six games and logged only 22 negative

2020 NFL Draft underway and Mountaineers are hopeful to hear familiar names called

Thursday night's first round of the 2020 NFL Draft was largely dominated by the SEC, with a handful of Big 12 foes hearing their names. For West Virginia fans, there are a few names that fans (and those players) hope to hear called this weekend. Colton McKivitz and Kenny Robinson.

Thursday’s 2020 NFL Draft to go on with new look

The NFL Draft is typically one of the top Thursday evening activities in the spring. Think back to last year's 2019 draft in Nashville, Tennessee where Broadway was overrun with football fans, country music fans and bachelorette parties. The draft weekend has long become a popular football fan long weekend

Coach Carey and women’s hoops team adjusting to new days

Morgantown, W.VA. - West Virginia women's head basketball Coach Mike Carey met members of the media Monday morning via Zoom from his house, much like many of the West Virginia coaches have been doing the past several weeks. Coach Carey and his team were in Kansas City, Missouri over a

Adams Named NWCA First Team All-American

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 20, 2020) – Redshirt sophomore Noah Adams of the West Virginia University wrestling team earned a place on the 2020 National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) All-America First Team. “Being an All-American is a huge honor and Noah certainly earned this award,” WVU head coach Tim Flynn said. “He continued to

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