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WVU Baseball announces two fall games against Marshall

MARTINSBURG -- West Virginia fans can make a weekend of WVU athletics at the beginning of October after WVU Baseball announced its 2019 fall schedule Thursday. The West Virginia University baseball team's fall features a pair of battles against in-state foe Marshall. On Friday, Oct. 4 -- just the evening prior

Coaches encourage football team to “do their job.”

MARTINSBURG -- "Do your job." That is one of many messages the WVU football coaching staff is preaching to their team after the disappointing loss to Missouri on Saturday. Defensive Coordinator Vic Koenning said he saw the team do things in the game he had never seen them do in practice. "We had

Growden happy with decision to finish career at WVU

MARTINSBURG – Australian native Josh Growden has found his home among the hills. By transferring to West Virginia, Growden is getting one last go around with American football – a move he said he could not be more happier with. “I am very happy with my decision to keep

Bush gives ‘spark’ to WVU offense

MARTINSBURG — Junior wide receiver Tevin Bush said he has been ready to step on the football field with his teammates since day one of camp. Bush showed his eagerness by giving WVU the edge for Saturday's victory. "I was ready last week to tell you the truth. I was

New targeting, overtime rules to be implemented this season

MARTINSBURG – For the 2019-20 season, the NCAA has introduced a new targeting rule and overtime rule as the league continues to address player safety. Greg Burks, Big 12 coordinator of officials, said the rules for NCAA football is done on a two year cycle, with this being an off year. Therefore, only rules

Depth of running back position key for WVU

MARTINSBURG — With most of West Virginia's experience and depth at the running back position, the Mountaineers look for the core to carry much of the offensive load this upcoming season. During fall camp interviews, the running back corps discussed a portion of the new offensive game plan that gets

WVU’s Tynice Martin suspended indefinitely

MARTINSBURG -- Saturday afternoon the University announced that West Virginia University women's basketball senior guard Tynice Martin has been suspended indefinitely. The announcement cited violation of team rules as the reason for the suspension; however, no further information was given. Tynice Martin The news comes just one day before the women's

Toronto Raptors sign Sagaba Konate

MARTINSBURG – The Toronto Raptors Tuesday announced the signing of three individuals to its roster including former West Virginia center Sagaba Konate. The team announced its additions and, per team policy, financial terms of his deal were not disclosed. In April, after not suiting up for the Mountaineers in December, Konate announced

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