Kansas City, MO. - The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, was announced by the World Health Organization (WHO) early Wednesday to be now considered a global pandemic. Over the last several weeks, sporting events across the world have seen a change with soccer games in Italy being played in empty stadiums
KANSAS CITY, Mo.--Jevon Carter scored 21 points and No. 2 seeded West Virginia University defeated No. 10 seeded Texas 63-53 in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Men's Basketball Championship on Thursday night. The junior point guard was the only consistent scorer for the Mountaineers (25-7). However, WVU turned up the
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-The Big 12 is a conference full of some of the nation's premiere point guards: Monte Morris, Frank Mason III, Jawun Evans and Manu Lecomte to name a few. One name sometimes overlooked on that list is West Virginia University's Jevon Carter. Early in the season, Mountaineers head coach Bob
KANSAS CITY, Mo.--In West Virginia University's regular season finale Daxter Miles Jr. tallied a season-best 23 points in the 87-76 win over Iowa State and the Mountaineers will require more performances like that if they anticipate making an extended post season run. "When he's active, he's a lot better player," senior guard
OKLAHOMA CITY--The fourth-seeded West Virginia University baseball team lost an 11-10 heartbreaker in extra frames against the third-seeded TCU Horned Frogs in the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark on Sunday afternoon. The Mountaineers (36-22) overcame an 8-0 deficit in the first two and a half innings to take a
KANSAS CITY, Mo.--West Virginia's goal of winning the Phillips Big 12 Championship fell one win short on Saturday night. Devonte' Graham scored a career-high 27 points and No.1-seeded Kansas defeated the second-seeded Mountaineers 81-71 in front of an electric Sprint Center crowd. Devin Williams put it all on the line, scoring 31
KANSAS CITY, Mo.--Things haven't gone West Virginia's way at times this basketball season, but the second-seeded Mountaineers' luck changed on Friday night. WVU was up by two points with 1.8 seconds to go in the game and Oklahoma guard Buddy Hield launched a half-court shot that bounced off the backboard and went in.