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No. 20 WVU rallies to beat K-State, wins series

MANHATTAN, Kan.--The 20th-ranked West Virginia University baseball team came from behind to beat Kansas State and win the series on Sunday afternoon. The Mountaineers (31-18) scored seven runs on 15 hits while the Wildcats (25-28) scored four runs on seven hits. Sam Kessler earned his eighth save. Zach Ottinger earned his first

No. 20 WVU falls at Kansas State

MANHATTAN, Kan. (May 11, 2019) – The No. 20 West Virginia University baseball team lost the middle game of the three-game series at Kansas State, 8-6, on Saturday afternoon at Tointon Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas. The Mountaineers (30-18, 12-11 Big 12) trailed 5-1 after an inning, but rallied to cut

No. 20 WVU takes series opener from Kansas State

MANATTAN, Kan.--Alek Manoah pitched eight scoreless innings as No. 20 West Virginia defeated Kansas State 6-0 on Friday night. The right-hander improved to 7-3 on the season. He surrendered three hits and struck out 13 while walking just one. The Mountaineers (30-17) scored six runs on seven hits. The Wildcats (24-27) had

Meet the Coaches: Blake Seiler

In our next edition of Meet the Coaches, we introduce you to one of the defensive coaches, Blake Seiler. Coach Blake Seiler will be coaching inside linebackers for the Mountaineers as he moves West to East, coming to Morgantown after being on the coaching staff for the Kansas State Jayhawks.

Brown leads No. 23 Kansas State past WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Barry Brown scored 21 points as No.23 Kansas State defeated West Virginia 65-51 on Monday night at the Coliseum. Xavier Sneed had 19 points and seven rebounds for the Wildcats (20-6, 10-3 Big 12). Battling through an injury, Dean Wade added 10 points. Both teams battled closely until about midway through

No. 21 WVU drops series at Kansas State

Manhattan, Kan.-- For the first time this season, No. 21 West Virginia University dropped a Big 12 series with Sunday's 11-4 loss to Kansas State. The Mountaineers (23-15) scored four runs on 10 hits but the bullpen fell apart, allowing the Wildcats (21-19) to come from behind for the win. Kade Strowd (1-1) suffered

No. 21 WVU tops Kansas State in series opener

MANHATTAN, Ks.--The No. 21 West Virginia University baseball team won a back-and-forth affair, 9-7, to open a three-game series at Kansas State on Friday night in Manhattan, Kansas. On a cool, rainy evening at Tointon Family Stadium, the Mountaineers (23-13, 9-4 Big 12) and Wildcats (19-19, 2-11 Big 12) traded the

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