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WVU’s Josh Lambert named to Lou Groza Award watch list

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia University senior Josh Lambert was one of 30 kickers named to the 2016 Lou Groza Award watch list on Thursday. This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award and is headlined by 19 former semifinalists. The award is named for National Football League

Small things matter for WVU football during summer workouts

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—Summer has arrived but that doesn’t mean the West Virginia University football team is lounging by a pool. Instead it is strength and conditioning time during these dog days of summer. Conditioning is an aspect of sports, particularly football, which people often overlook. However, if teams aren't properly conditioned, it could

Former WVU basketball players chip in to help southern West Virginia flood victims

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Last week's floods in southern West Virginia have caused an outpouring of support from many across the country. Celebrities like Brad Paisley, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck have all reached out during the Mountain State's time of need. But a group of former West Virginia basketball players decided they

Adam “Pacman” Jones offers free camp to Cincinnati kids

Adam "Pacman" Jones gave back to his community this past weekend, offering a free camp at LaSalle High School. Team 24 Youth Camp, was spearheaded by Jones and his wife, Tish, and was a chance for the cornerback to give back and allow children to partake in a free football

WVU signee Jordan Scott inks deal with Yankees, Guerrini signs with Mariners

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The West Virginia University baseball team saw its top recruit sign with the New York Yankees on Thursday. Jordan Scott is a switch-hitting shortstop/ outfielder and was selected in the 14th round (428th overall) last weekend in the MLB draft. The Conyers, Ga. native spent a postgraduate season at IMG

WVU baseball left out of NCAA Tournament

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--On Monday afternoon, the NCAA announced the 64 teams that made the NCAA Baseball Tournament but the West Virginia University baseball team was not one of them. The Mountaineers (36-22) had an RPI of 61 and were one of the "First 3 Out". WVU won 17 of their final 21 games

WVU’s Ross Vance recreates the magic

OKLAHOMA CITY--In West Virginia University's 11-10 loss to TCU in the Big 12 Championship, Ross Vance put everything on the line. Vance came in and relieved starting pitcher Michael Grove in the first inning on Sunday afternoon after the Horned Frogs took a 4-0 lead. The "Magic Man" once again put on quite

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