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West Virginia Picked Sixth in Big 12 Poll

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (Jan. 28, 2021) – The No. 14-ranked West Virginia University baseball team has been picked to finish sixth in the 2021 Big 12 Conference Preseason Poll, the league announced on Thursday. The Mountaineers tallied 29 points in the poll, which was voted on by the conference’s head coaches. Texas Tech was tabbed

WVU Trio Earns Preseason All-Big 12 Recognition

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (Jan. 27, 2021) – Three players from the No. 14-ranked West Virginia University baseball team have been named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Team, the conference announced on Wednesday. Junior infielder Tyler Doanes, junior catcher/designated hitter Paul McIntosh and junior left-handed pitcher Jackson Wolf represented the Mountaineers on the team.

WVU Baseball: No Longer the Underdog

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Heading into last baseball season, the West Virginia University baseball team was riding the ultimate high. The team was coming off one of its best seasons ever. They had hosted a Regional and Alek Manoah was a first-round draft pick in the MLB Draft. When the baseball season got underway

WVU Ranked No. 14 in D1Baseball’s Preseason Poll

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (Jan. 18, 2021) – The West Virginia University baseball team checks in at No. 14 in’s Preseason Top-25 Rankings, the organization announced on Monday. It is believed to be West Virginia’s highest preseason ranking in any major poll in program history. The Mountaineers are one of five Big 12 schools

Twelve Days of Mountaineers Day Eleven: West Virginia Throws For a Combined No-Hitter

For day eleven of Twelve Days of Mountaineers, we highlight a moment in WVU Baseball history that will be remembered forever despite having a shortened season. On Mar. 4, the Mountaineers hosted Kent State in Morgantown in-front of fans right before the outbreak. Luckily the Mountaineers' pitching staff was able to

Baseball Announces Newest Signing Class

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (Nov. 16, 2020) – West Virginia University baseball coach Randy Mazey has announced the addition of 17 student-athletes for the 2022 season. This year’s class is ranked No. 40 nationally by Perfect Game, marking WVU’s fourth consecutive top-40 class. In all, the 17 players hail from nine different states. Joining the

Zarbnisky signs with the Philadelphia Phillies

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia baseball star Braden Zarbnisky signed a contract with the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday. He missed the 2019 season due to an injury but was having a stellar 2020 campaign for the Mountaineers before the season was cut short. He was leading the Big 12 with a .431

Mountaineer John Means Orioles’s opening day starter

Baltimore, MD. - As sports slowly starts to return, Mountaineer John Means gets his name called as starting pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles. The Mountaineer alum is in his third season in the MLB and made a name for himself during the 2019 season. The Orioles face the Boston Red

Six Mountaineers to appear on 60-man MLB pools

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Six former West Virginia baseball stars appear on the 60-man MLB Player pools announced over the weekend. They are Alek Manoah (Toronto Blue Jays), Jedd Gyorko (Milwaukee Brewers), John Means (Baltimore Orioles), Michael Grove (Los Angeles Dodgers), David Carpenter (Cincinnati Reds) and Ryan McBroom (Kansas City Royals). Due to Covid-19, the baseball

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