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Mountaineers Storm Back in Second Half, Pick Up Massive Road Win over #12 Texas

AUSTIN TX.- Despite trailing by as many as nineteen in the second half, the Mountaineers stormed back to defeat the Texas Longhorns, 84-82 Saturday afternoon in Austin. Although it would come down to another last second shot by Texas, this time the ball went in the favor of the Mountaineers, who

Mountaineers get rematch with 12th ranked Oklahoma Sooners

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers (14-5, 7-3) will try and defend home court Saturday afternoon as the Oklahoma Sooners (12-5, 7-4) look to repeat their impressive performance from earlier in the year. Now sitting at #12 in the poll, the Mountaineers have a golden opportunity at home to defeat a top-15 squad,

Mountaineers seek regular season sweep against 7th ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders

LUBBOCK TX- The Mountaineers will fly into west Texas Monday afternoon for a Tuesday night blockbuster against the 7th ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders. The Red Raiders (14-5 overall, 6-4 in Big 12 play) come in at 4th in the Big 12 having won three straight games dating back to their

Martinez, Gondrezick Lead Mountaineers to Seventh Straight Victory

LUBBOCK, TX- Esmery Martinez and the Big 12’s fourth leading scorer Kysre Gondrezick combined for 40 points Wednesday night, as the Mountaineers soundly defeated the Texas Tech Lady Raiders by a score of 73-53 marking their seventh straight victory. The Lady Raiders (8-8, 3-7 in Big 12) struggled to keep up

Extra Spacing Has Given a New Identity to the Mountaineers

MORGANTOWN W.Va- While the departure of Oscar Tshiebwe left some concerned about the depth at forward moving into the Big 12 schedule, the extra spacing that has been created by leaving the “big-man” responsibilities to Derek Culver have paid dividends in the last four games when shooting the ball. Bob Huggins

With expanded role on offense, Jalen Bridges starting to find stride

MORGANTOWN W.Va- While the Mountaineers eased back into their Big-12 schedule with an important victory over Kansas State, redshirt-freshman Jalen Bridges tallied another strong game to his resume. The Fairmont product finished the game against the Wildcats on 5/6 shooting, tallying twelve points on the afternoon. This game marked the second time

Matthews propels Mountaineers to upset victory over Baylor

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers knocked off the fourth-ranked Baylor Bears Saturday afternoon by the score of 76-64. The Mountaineers, celebrating Senior night, gave Chase Harler, Logan Routt, and Jermaine Haley the starting nods, but quickly found themselves in an 8-0 hole early on. The Mountaineers responded to the scoring drought with

Sooners shoot the lights out, hand Mountaineers their third straight loss

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Sooners survived a late charge by the Mountaineers Saturday afternoon, defeating West Virginia by a score of 73-62 and handing them their sixth loss in the past seven games. The Sooners were paced offensively by double-digit scoring games from Brady Manek, Jamal Bieniemy, Austin Reaves and Kristian Doolittle,

Mountaineers snap three-game skid, knock off streaky OSU Cowboys

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers defeated the Oklahoma State Cowboys Tuesday by the score of 65-47, snapping a three-game skid and adding much-needed momentum as the team moves towards the latter of the Big 12 schedule.  After days of speculation following the road loss to Baylor, Bob Huggins’s hint of a lineup

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