MORGANTOWN W.Va.- The Mountaineers avenged their tough loss last Saturday, with a 97-59 blowout victory over the Longhorns Monday night, in front of over 12,000 fans at the Coliseum. Playing possibly their most inspired basketball this season, the Mountaineers had an all-around effort victory that featured twelve scorers on offense. “It’s so
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.–Hard work, perseverance and grit can define a person’s career. That is what has earned some players respect and admiration over the years during their careers at West Virginia. WVU's Gabe Osabuohien (3) and TCU's Kevin Samuel (21) line up for free throws during the second half of the Mountaineers'
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Miles "Deuce" McBride scored a career-best 22 points as No. 17 West Virginia downed No. 22 Texas Tech 66-54 on Saturday night at the Coliseum. Brandon Knapper added 10 points for the Mountaineers (13-2, 2-1 Big 12) and Oscar Tshiebwe grabbed 17 boards. Davide Moretti led the Red Raiders (10-4, 1-2)
MORGANTOWN W.Va- Despite a back and forth first half, the Mountaineers pulled away late from Youngstown State Saturday afternoon by the score of 75-64. The Mountaineers struggled from the free-throw line, shooting just 50%, and were also outrebounded by the Penguins, which led to a tight contest early on. Derek Culver, a
SPRINGFIELD, MA – The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame today announced the highly anticipated list of eligible candidates for the Class of 2020, including several high-profile first-time nominees including Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, KevinGarnett, Chris Bosh, Shawn Marion, Michael Finley, Tamika Catchings and Swin Cash.
MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers defeated the Nicholls State Colonels 83-57 Saturday afternoon highlighted by dominant performances from bigs Derek Culver and Oscar Tshiebwe. Tshiebwe, who tallied his second straight double-double, struck for the tune of 15 points and 11 rebounds while Derek Culver had 16 points and 16 rebounds in just
MORGANTOWN W.VA- The Mountaineers took care of the Austin Peay Governors comfortably Thursday night by the score of 84-53, behind a 16 point, 10 rebound performance from Emmitt Matthews Jr. The Mountaineers broke the game open late in the first half, after shooting 51% from the field while holding the Governers