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TBT, The Basketball Tournament, to proceed without fans

The Basketball Tournament, "TBT," has made a name for its summer tournament over the last several years, especially with West Virginia basketball fans nationwide. Former Mountaineers have made a team for the tournament, Team Best Virginia, and were excited to play in front of local West Virginia fans in Charleston,

First step to football: NCAA okays three sports to return in-person June 1

Late afternoon Wednesday, the NCAA reportedly gave college sports fans one of the best pieces of news since ESPN released The Last Dance early. According to a report by Pete Thamel and Yahoo Sports, the NCAA has approved the return of in-person sports activities for three college sports starting June

Coach Huggins says NFL Commish should honor Barstool’s Portnoy’s winning bid

Amidst celebrating his graduating players on Twitter, basketball head coach Bob Huggins also took to his Twitter account to say hey to his friends over at Barstool Sports. What started as a little back and forth over Big 12 sports turned into the future Hall of Fame coach tweeting to

Tshiebwe returning for sophomore season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 26, 2020) – West Virginia University forward Oscar Tshiebwe will return for his sophomore season at WVU after requesting an evaluation from the NBA Undergraduate Advisory Committee. “I would like to thank the WVU basketball coaching staff, my family and the NBA Advisory Committee for the guidance and the

Coach Carey and women’s hoops team adjusting to new days

Morgantown, W.VA. - West Virginia women's head basketball Coach Mike Carey met members of the media Monday morning via Zoom from his house, much like many of the West Virginia coaches have been doing the past several weeks. Coach Carey and his team were in Kansas City, Missouri over a

Mountaineer Athletic Club hosts Virtual 5k

Morgantown, W. VA. - West Virginia University's Mountaineer Athletic Club (the MAC) is well-known amongst Mountaineers around the country for hosting great events to give back to West Virginia athletics. This week the MAC announced their latest activity, a Virtual 5k race/walk/run/jog. The 5k, which is 3.1 miles, can be

WVU women’s basketball signs four on National Signing Day

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 15, 2020)– West Virginia University women’s basketball coach Mike Carey announced the addition of four Mountaineers for the 2020-21 season, as Jasmine Carson (Memphis, Tenn./Georgia Tech/McEachern), Ariel Cummings (Toledo, Ohio/Chipola Community College/Notre Dame Academy), Jayla Hemingway (Collierville, Tennessee/Mississippi State/Houston) and Abby Ogle (Baldwin City, Kan./Hutchinson Community College/Baldwin)

Coach Huggins uses Zoom to address media

Morgantown, W.VA. - Late morning Monday had a bright spot for members of the media as men's basketball head coach Bob Huggins addressed the media from his home office via Zoom. Zoom conferences have become the new normal with West Virginia sports, and really the rest of the world. For

Tshiebwe to explore NBA Draft option

Morgantown, W.VA. - Oscar Tshiebwe has without a doubt made a name for himself in the college basketball world over this past season. Tshiebwe's name has been on many lists of outstanding freshman, players to watch and players who exceeded expectations. On Wednesday evening, Big O announced on Twitter that

Tsheibwe named in ESPN’s Top 25 college basketball players for 2020-2021

Morgantown, W.VA. - ESPN has been getting a head start on their pre-season basketball content for the 2020-2021 season, providing a much-needed distraction in light of current affairs. One of West Virginia's own big guys, Oscar Tshiebwe, was included in the sports behemoth's top 25 list of college basketball players

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