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Jevon Carter powers WVU past Atlantis

Jevon Carter scored 25 points and the West Virginia Mountaineers won their second game in the Bahamas, 109-62, against the Atlantis All-Stars at the Sir Kendal Isaacs Gym on Wednesday night. Carter was 9-of-12 from the field, including 4-of-7 from 3-point range his game-high total. The sophomore guard also had a

WVU will play on ESPN’s Big Monday in 2016

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The Big 12 Conference has announced its schedule on ESPN's Big Monday for the 2016 men's basketball conference season on Wednesday afternoon. More than 100 games will be shown on the ESPN networks. The West Virginia Mountaineers will play on Big Monday on Feb. 22 when the Iowa State Cyclones

Rushel Shell set to become the best

MORGANTOWN, W.Va--Rushel Shell is on a mission this fall and that mission is to become the best running back in the Big 12. "I am trying to be the best back in the Big 12," Shell said. "I feel like I got all the right things to do it. It's just

West Virginia women hold off Selecció Catalana

The West Virginia University women's basketball team picked up its third win on the European tour on Tuesday evening with a, 66-53, win over Selecció Catalana at Pavelló Esportiu Municipa. The two teams battled through a close first quarter before the Mountaineers pulled away. WVU outscored Selecció Catalana, 22-5, in the second quarter and took

WVU fall camp update

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJjpzHhIKsg MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The West Virginia Mountaineers have a week of fall camp practices in the books and head coach Dana Holgorsen is happy with the effort on the field. He addressed the media Monday afternoon prior to practice No. 8. Holgorsen is pleased with sophomore Dravon Askew-Henry's progress. "He is progressing really well," Holgorsen

Lanay Montgomery carries WVU past Selecció Catalana

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Lanay Montgomery led the West Virginia Mountaineers past Selecció Catalana, 71-55, at the Pavelló Esportiu Municipal on Monday.  The junior scored 21 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Freshman Katrina Pardee was the only other Mountaineer in double-figures with 12 points and six rebounds. Muldrow had nine points, eight rebounds and seven assists. West Virginia (2-0)

WVU’s offensive line is shaping up

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—West Virginia’s defense seems to be the biggest strength for the football team this upcoming season while the offense has several question marks. One of the biggest questions for the Mountaineers is the strength of the offensive line. Mark Glowinski and Quinton Spain were two key contributors in 2014 and both

Player Spotlight: Lamont West

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vg_2iXXADEM MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—Basketball runs in Lamont West’s veins but that doesn’t mean the road to playing collegiate basketball was an easy one. West’s mother, Tonya Kirk, was a four-year starter for Purdue from 1993-96. She even helped the Boilermakers make it to the Final Four her sophomore year. West didn’t start playing the

WVU women defeat Barking Abbey

The West Virginia University women’s basketball team began European action with a 79-54 win over Barking Abbey at the Barking Abbey Leisure Centre on Saturday evening. The Mountaineers went on a 21-0 run in the third quarter to pull ahead of Barking Abbey. Sophomore Teana Muldrow led West Virginia with 17 points.

Day four of WVU fall camp recap

http://youtu.be/c0JuwG_wlN4 MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The fourth day of fall camp is in the books at West Virginia University and head coach Dana Holgorsen met with the media Thursday afternoon to brief them on the happenings. The big news of the afternoon was when Holgorsen announced that 4-star wide receiver Jovon Durante had been cleared to practice

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