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Culver’s double-double, Mountaineer bench propel Mountaineers to dominant victory over TCU

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineer depth proved too much for the Horned Frogs Tuesday night, as they defeated TCU by the score of 81-49 in Morgantown.  While the tenacity of the Mountaineer defense had been evident all season, Bob Huggins turned to reserve guards Deuce McBride, Sean McNeil and Chase Harler off

Tshiebwe awarded third Big 12 Newcomer of the Week award

After a dominant performance against the #3 Kansas Jayhawks in Saturday afternoons loss, Oscar Tshiebwe was awarded the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week award, for the third time this season. Tshiebwe finished with 17 points, and 17 rebounds on the afternoon, including completing a double-double by halftime. Oscar was given high

Former Mountaineer OL Josh Sills to transfer to Oklahoma State

MORGANTOWN W.Va. - After entering the NCAA transfer portal earlier this month, redshirt Junior offensive lineman Josh Sills announced his decision to stay in the Big 12 and join the Oklahoma State football program with this Twitter post, Tuesday morning. The 6-6 redshirt junior played in just two games for the

Despite slow start, Mountaineers edge Youngstown St. to move to 10-1

MORGANTOWN W.Va- Despite a back and forth first half, the Mountaineers pulled away late from Youngstown State Saturday afternoon by the score of 75-64. The Mountaineers struggled from the free-throw line, shooting just 50%, and were also outrebounded by the Penguins, which led to a tight contest early on. Derek Culver, a

Mountaineers down Nicholls St. behind Culver, Tshiebwe

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers defeated the Nicholls State Colonels 83-57 Saturday afternoon highlighted by dominant performances from bigs Derek Culver and Oscar Tshiebwe.  Tshiebwe, who tallied his second straight double-double, struck for the tune of 15 points and 11 rebounds while Derek Culver had 16 points and 16 rebounds in just

Mountaineers defeat Austin Peay behind double-doubles by Matthews, Tshiebwe

MORGANTOWN W.VA- The Mountaineers took care of the Austin Peay Governors comfortably Thursday night by the score of 84-53, behind a 16 point, 10 rebound performance from Emmitt Matthews Jr.  The Mountaineers broke the game open late in the first half, after shooting 51% from the field while holding the Governers

Despite 7-0 start, Mountaineers still in search of national respect

MORGANTOWN W.Va- Despite a 7-0 start to the season that has included wins over Pittsburgh, Wichita St., and Rhode Island, the Mountaineer basketball team received just 28 votes in the December 2nd update of the AP Poll.  While the early-season absence wasn't a shock to most fans due to the rebuild

Brown, Hubbard lead Cowboys past Mountaineers

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers fell to the Oklahoma State Cowboys Saturday night by a score of 20-13, to fall to 5-7 on the season.  Heading into the game, fans knew a key for having success trying to stop the Oklahoma State offense would revolve around limiting the Cowboys Heisman candidate running

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