GRANVILLE, W.Va.-- A five-run first inning was too much for West Virginia, as the Mountaineers fell 9-5 to drop the series against Kansas on Saturday afternoon at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Jayhawks scored five unearned runs with two outs in the top of the first courtesy of two West Virginia errors. Kansas
With the 2015 NFL Draft upon us, writers from WVUPros and BlueGoldSports.com will team up and give you our predictions on where some of your favorite Mountaineers might land. Today, we look at Quinton Spain and where he might land in the draft. Spain earned several honors in his time at WVU and recognition for
While fans from across the Mountain State will flock to Morgantown this weekend to watch the Gold-Blue spring game at Milan Puskar Stadium, prospects from across the country will take in the sights and sounds of Mountaineer football. One of those prospects is Arnold High School (FL) 2016 quarterback Cody Saunders. Saunders,
BGS has learned that redshirt junior linebacker Justin Arndt has been put on scholarship. Arndt, from Martinsburg, WV, recorded a total of 12 tackles last season playing at both will linebacker as well as special teams. Justin was listed as the third team MIKE linebacker in the 2015 spring depth chart.
The in-state rivalry between West Virgina and Marshall continued Tuesday afternoon as the Mountaineers and Thundering Herd took the baseball field. In the first inning, Marshall jumped ahead 1-0. West Virginia's #3 Taylor Munden and #40 Kyle Davis answered by hitting back-to-back home run's in the bottom of the third inning. In
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 20, 2015) – West Virginia University is hosting its annual Gold-Blue Spring Football Game on Saturday, April 25, at 1 p.m., at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium. The gates open at noon, and tickets are available for $10 each. Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets in
Granville, WV The Mountaineers couldn't hold off the No. 1 team in the Big 12 today. The #23 Oklahoma Sooners came away with 10-2 victory at Monongalia County Ballpark this afternoon before a crowd of 1,189. The Mountaineers' only lead of the game came in the first inning when sophomore right fielder Shaun Wood