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Huggins: leaving early for draft effects whole team

MORGANTOWN -- With multiple teams across the NCAA facing the effects of players leaving early for the draft and the Mountaineers feeling those effects with former WVU center, Sagaba Konate, head coach Bob Huggins expressed his frustration during an interview this off season. Huggins said everyone is so concerned about individual

McNeil embracing life as a Mountaineer

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.–Sean McNeil made his West Virginia debut in Friday’s charity exhibition against Duquesne, where he scored 12 points and grabbed four rebounds. During the second half, McNeil seemed to settle in with the Mountaineers and found his stride. “It took a little bit to get comfortable for things to start to

Moved 3-point line, shot clock resetting rules among changes in college basketball

MORGANTOWN -- Curtis Shaw, coordinator of men's basketball officials, said it is an exciting time in college basketball. "In my 10 years in this role, 30 years in basketball, I'm most excited about what they did this year than anything for the good of the game, for the style of

Men’s basketball season tips off Friday with charity exhibition game

Morgantown, W. Va. - The 2019-2020 men's basketball season tips off in a mere number of days with a Friday night charity exhibition game against Duquesne. West Virginia's regular season starts Friday, November 8 with a home opener against Akron. The 2019-2020 includes non-conference matchups such as the Backyard Brawl

Shorthanded West Virginia Looks to Shock The World Against Oklahoma

The West Virginia Mountaineers have reached the halfway point for the 2019 season. A season that started with minimal expectations has gone to script so far. The Mountaineers are currently 3-3 and have a daunting task ahead of them this weekend. Tomorrow’s game in Norman, Oklahoma against the fifth ranked

Examining the West Virginia University basketball roster- returning players

Last week we took a look at the newcomers to the 2019 West Virginia University basketball roster. Today, we take a look at the other side, examining the returning players to the roster. The Mountaineers return just seven players to their roster after a disappointing 2018 season.  10 G Jermaine Haley

Gold tops Blue in Gold-Blue Debut

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia's basketball season kicked off on Friday night in the annual Gold-Blue Debut, where the Gold Team topped the Blue Team 67-54. JUCO transfer Taz Sherman led all scorers with 18 points on 7-of-15 shooting. Jermaine Haley tallied 15 points and Logan Routt had 12 points and six rebounds

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