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Kevin Brophy to return for senior season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--When Covid-19 struck, it put a damper on many senior athletes' seasons, including West Virginia third baseman Kevin Brophy. With spring student-athletes granted another year of eligibility, Brophy gets the opportunity to finish what he started last season. https://www.instagram.com/p/CB5qdCLHUFT/ “Words can’t describe how much West Virginia University and the state of

Mazey finds silver lining in difficult times

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--When the West Virginia University baseball team's season came to a screeching halt in March, the team was off to one of its best starts in recent years. That may come as a surprise, considering the Mountaineers' success under head coach Randy Mazey. WVU was on the way to the Pittsburgh

Just the beginning for WVU baseball

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--On Sunday, West Virginia's baseball team suffered a heartbreaking loss to Texas A&M and marked the end of the road for the Mountaineers. While the ending was tough for players, coaches and fans to swallow, it cannot possibly define the amazing season WVU put together. "All I can do is treat

WVU drops heartbreaker to Texas A&M

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Bryce Blaum hit a walk-off grand slam to lift No. 2-seeded Texas A&M past top-seeded West Virginia in the Morgantown Regional on Sunday afternoon. Closer Sam Kessler walked the base loaded before going to a 3-2 count on Blaum. On the next pitch, he drilled the ball over the left

No. 3 Duke downs No. 1 WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The third-seeded Duke baseball team upset top-seeded West Virginia in the Morgantown Regional on Saturday night at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Blue Devils (33-25) scored four runs on four hits. The Mountaineers (38-21) were held scoreless and limited to six hits. Starter Alek Manoah pitched six innings for WVU. He surrendered

Snyder, Strowd pitch WVU past Fordham

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—Nick Snyder and Kade Strowd held No.4-seeded Fordham to four hits as No.1-seeded West Virginia downed the Rams 6-2 on Friday night in the Morgantown Regional. The Mountaineers (38-20) scored six runs on six hits. Walks were costly for Fordham (38-23), who issued eight free passes. John Stankiewicz (8-4) suffered the

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