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West Virginia unravels late, falls to No. 18 Texas Tech

West Virginia’s offensive identity has hinged upon the play of Sean McNeil and Taz Sherman. No. 18 Texas Tech’s team identity has been due to their strong defensive play. Down the stretch on Saturday, Texas Tech’s defense rose to the occasion, while the Mountaineers’ offense sputtered, with the Mountaineers eventually

From high school to college, JJ Quinerly continues to make a name for herself

Before joining the Mountaineers, JJ Quinerly has always been a leader. Quinerly is no stranger to the game of basketball. She started her career in basketball very early, but her love for the game continues to grow. The WVU freshman guard grew up in a town outside of Virginia Beach in

Jan. 20 Big 12 MBB Power Rankings

Big 12 basketball is a cannibalistic league, everyone knows that. But even by Big 12 standards, this was a crazy past week. Team records are in parenthesis. #10 Oklahoma Sooners (12-6, 2-4) Last week in the power rankings, Oklahoma was coming off a big win against Iowa State, then a let-down

Mountaineers and Red Raiders Preparing for Another Classic in Lubbock

 Following a tough loss to No. 5 Baylor, the Mountaineers will be in for another tough matchup, as they’ll travel down to Lubbock, Texas to take on the No. 18 Texas Tech Red Raiders.  West Virginia (13-4, 2-3 Big 12), will have little time to dwell on the Baylor loss, as

Mountaineers Open Spring Slate at Penn State

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (Jan. 20, 2022) – The West Virginia University tennis team begins its spring 2022 season on Friday, Jan. 21, as the Mountaineers travel to University Park, Pennsylvania, to face Penn State. First serve from indoor Sarni Tennis Center is set for 4 p.m. ET. A link to live stats for

WVU Travels to YSU Invitational

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (January 20, 2022) – The West Virginia University track and field team travels to the Youngstown Invitational in Youngstown, Ohio, on Friday, Jan. 21. The meet will take place at Watson and Tressel Training Site.  Friday's action begins at 12:30 p.m. ET, with field and running events. Live results

Mountaineers struggle from beyond the arc in loss to No. 14 Oklahoma

The West Virginia women’s basketball team fell to No. 14 Oklahoma on Wednesday evening inside the WVU Coliseum after struggling at the three-point line, 88-76.  The Sooners (16-2, 5-1 Big 12) got a ton of production from their leading scorers in Madi Williams and Taylor Roberton’s 23 and 22 points, respectively.

Basketball can sometimes be a lot harder than it seems

Finishing around the basket — simple right? For West Virginia, they are proving how difficult the simplest of plays can be. Since the birth of basketball, coaches have preached to get as many "high-percentage looks" as possible. Those looks come from being close to the basket, or laying the ball

Country Roads Trust founded by WVU Alums to help West Virginia student-athletes in NIL deals

Early Wednesday morning news broke that the West Virginia Country Roads Trust became the official company to run the Mountaineers's name, image and likeness program for West Virginia athletics. The company was founded by West Virginia alumni Ken Kendrick and Oliver Luck as a way to navigate NILs (name, image,

West Virginia welcomes red-hot Oklahoma to town Wednesday night

The West Virginia women’s basketball team will take on No. 14 Oklahoma in the WVU Coliseum on Wednesday evening, with Oklahoma currently being the second-best team in conference play. West Virginia (8-6, 1-3 Big 12) currently has a pair of shooters averaging double figures in KK Deans 15.4 points per

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