MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University baseball team announced its fall schedule on Tuesday. The Mountaineers will play five home games this fall and fans can get into Monongalia County Ballpark for free. “We are excited about a great fall schedule,” WVU coach Randy Mazey said. “Fall in Morgantown is perfect for baseball,
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (July 24, 2015) – The NCAA has approved a transfer waiver request for TyQuane Goard, who has been added to the WVU men’s basketball roster, coach Bob Huggins announced today. Goard, a 6-foot-7, 210-pound senior forward, will be eligible to compete for the Mountaineers this season. A Charleston native,
We are months away from the beginning of the 2015 college football season and even further away from bowl season. But inevitably as soon as the Football Bowl Association releases the bowl schedules every season writers across the country publish their way-to-early bowl predictions. This year is no different. AP writer Ralph
Potential Marshall transfer TyQuane Goard announced today via Twitter that the Herd would not grant him his release to transfer to WVU for his final season of eligibility. The 6'7" forward, originally from Charleston, West Virginia, had been dismissed from the Marshall basketball team this past season for undisclosed violations of team rules.
The in-state rivalry between West Virgina and Marshall continued Tuesday afternoon as the Mountaineers and Thundering Herd took the baseball field. In the first inning, Marshall jumped ahead 1-0. West Virginia's #3 Taylor Munden and #40 Kyle Davis answered by hitting back-to-back home run's in the bottom of the third inning. In
It didn't take long for first year Herd basketball coach Dan D'Antoni to get under Coach Huggins skin. It started last week when D'Antoni suggested that the annual Capital Classic should be taken out of Charleston and played alternating years between Huntington and Morgantown. Huggins was quick to point out