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Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield reveals toughest opponent this season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Buddy Hield is embarking on the biggest weekend of his collegiate career but the 6-foot-4, 212-pound Oklahoma guard doesn't believe the Villanova matchup in Saturday's Final Four will be the toughest game of the season. “Nah, they’re not the toughest,’’ Hield said Thursday. “West Virginia is the toughest team we’ve

Canisius overpowers WVU, sweeps midweek series

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Canisius silenced the West Virginia University baseball teams' bats on Wednesday afternoon at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Golden Griffins (11-13) topped the Mountaineers (12-10) 9-0, holding WVU to just three hits. Freshman designated hitter Ivan Vera got on base four times with a hit and three walks. Freshman right fielder Darius Hill

WVU loses series opener in extra innings

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University baseball team fell 7-5 in extra innings to Canisius on Tuesday at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Mountaineers (12-9) and Golden Griffins (10-13) battled back-and-forth in the opening game of the two-game series before Canisius came away with the victory. “I thought we had good at-bats, and offensively we

WVU forward Devin Williams to enter NBA Draft

Posted by Bryan Messerly- WVU Communications MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University junior forward Devin Williams announced today that he will make himself available for the 2016 NBA draft. “This is something I’ve thought about over and over, and I believe that this is the best decision for me and my family,” said Williams. “I

Snow cancels series finale at Kansas

Posted by WVU Communications LAWRENCE, Kan. – The West Virginia University baseball team’s series finale at Kansas has been cancelled due to snow. The game will not be rescheduled. The Mountaineers (12-8, 2-3 Big 12) swept the shortened series vs. the Jayhawks. WVU claimed a 1-0 victory on Friday before an 11-6

WVU powers past Kansas, Mazey earns 100th win

LAWRENCE, Kan.--The bats came alive for the West Virginia University baseball team in a 11-6 victory over Kansas on Saturday afternoon, earning head coach Randy Mazey his 100th win as a Mountaineer. Mazey is the fifth coach in program history to join the 100-win club and the second to do it

Donato, WVU win pitchers duel with Kansas

LAWRENCE, Kan.--West Virginia University pitcher Chad Donato and Kansas starter Ben Krauth locked in on a pitcher's duel but the Mountaineers muscled home one run and defeated the Jayhawks 1-0 on Friday night at Hoglund Ballpark. Donato (1-2) tossed seven scoreless frames, surrendering five hits and striking out five. He walked one

After NCAA Tournament loss Jaysean Paige and Jonathan Holton say goodbye to WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Only one team will be crowned National Champions, leaving 67 other teams heartbroken. That was the case on Friday night when Stephen F. Austin routed West Virginia 70-56 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. With the Mountaineers loss, the college careers of seniors Jaysean Paige and Jonathan Holton came

What went wrong for WVU against Stephen F. Austin

BROOKLYN, N.Y.--West Virginia University's basketball season came to an end on Friday night after a stunning 70-56 loss to 14th-seeded Stephen F. Austin in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. What went wrong for the third-seeded Mountaineers? Everything. First, WVU lost at its own game. The Mountaineers turned the ball over 22 times

Walkup, Stephen F. Austin stun WVU

BROOKLYN, N.Y.--The trend of the underdogs knocking off the top teams continued on Friday night. Hours after Michigan State and California lost, third-seeded West Virginia University was defeated 70-56 by Stephen F. Austin in the second round of the East Region at the Barclays Center. Thomas Walkup scored 33 points and grabbed

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