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WVU lands Georgia defensive lineman

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team picked up a big commitment on Thursday from defensive end Brayden Dudley. The Hoschton (Ga.) Mill Creek lineman chose the Mountaineers over Michigan State, Central Florida, East Carolina and others. Dudley is the ninth commitment in the 2021 recruiting class. He is 6-foot-3 and 250-pounds.

West Virginia’s football intro video makes Top Five list

Morgantown, W.VA. - The final few minutes to kickoff in Milan Puskar are a special couple of minutes to everyone in the stadium. As the clock ticks down to kick off, the stadium's scoreboard is where all of the eyes are. The football intro video plays before every home game,

Women’s Hoops to face Tennessee in Big 12/SEC Hoops Matchup

Morgantown, W.VA - Every basketball season, the Big 12 teams face off with SEC teams for a conference cross over game. The West Virginia women's basketball team will be taking on the Tennessee Volunteers at home in Morgantown for the 2020-2021 season. The following are the Big 12/SEC Basketball Challenge

TBT, The Basketball Tournament, to proceed without fans

The Basketball Tournament, "TBT," has made a name for its summer tournament over the last several years, especially with West Virginia basketball fans nationwide. Former Mountaineers have made a team for the tournament, Team Best Virginia, and were excited to play in front of local West Virginia fans in Charleston,

WVU women’s soccer adjusting to new times, looking to build off last season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--In recent years, the West Virginia University women’s soccer team is used to success and last season was no different despite head coach Nikki Izzo-Brown having a young team. Last season the Mountaineers replaced seven starters from the 2018 squad that posted a 15-4-4 record. However, that didn’t stop WVU from going

Conditioning a concern for WVU women’s soccer team post Coronavirus

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.–With the Covid-19 pandemic pausing life since March, one major concern for college athletics, especially the West Virginia Women’s Soccer team, is conditioning. As with many sports, spring is a crucial time for head coach Nikki Izzo-Brown and her team. “That’s been a huge concern of mine because of spring season

Football’s Fifth Quarter program highlights focus on player education

Morgantown, W.VA. - Head football coach Neal Brown has been hinting for several weeks that the team's Fifth Quarter program would be officially unveiled soon and this past week the university did just that. The West Virginia football program's new venture, Fifth Quarter, is entirely about the setting up the

Big 12 to begin allowing student-athletes back to facilities

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—The Big 12 Board of Directors approved a plan for student-athletes to start utilizing campus’ facilities. On June 15, football student-athletes will be allowed to use facilities. Then on July 1, volleyball, soccer and cross-country athletes can return. All other student-athletes are permitted to return on July 15.

Duo Earns All-District Academic Honor

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.  – A pair of West Virginia University student-athleteswere named to the 2019-20 Academic All-District II Men’s and Women’s At-Large First Teams, announced on Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Senior Abby Kaufman (gymnastics) was named to the women’s team, while junior David Koenders (rifle) was

First step to football: NCAA okays three sports to return in-person June 1

Late afternoon Wednesday, the NCAA reportedly gave college sports fans one of the best pieces of news since ESPN released The Last Dance early. According to a report by Pete Thamel and Yahoo Sports, the NCAA has approved the return of in-person sports activities for three college sports starting June

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