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WVU tops Pitt in the Backyard Brawl

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 3, 2019) – A program-record 3,487 fans watched the West Virginia University baseball team score the go-ahead run in the eighth inning to beat Pitt, 5-4, in the Backyard Brawl on Wednesday night at Monongalia County Ballpark. In front of the largest crowd to ever watch a WVU

Kearns, Sigman pitch WVU past Pitt

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Isaiah Kearns and Jackson Sigman combined to pitch a three-hit shutout on Tuesday in West Virginia's 2-0 win over Pitt during the 194th edition of the Backyard Brawl at Monongalia Country Ballpark. Kearns tossed 5.2 scoreless frames for the Mountaineers (31-20). He gave up three hits and struck out seven. Sigman

WVU tops Pitt in Backyard Brawl

PITTSBURGH--The West Virginia University baseball team defeated Pitt 8-4 in the Backyard Brawl on Tuesday night in Pittsburgh. The Mountaineers (13-9) have won five straight at Charles L. Cost Field and have won eight of their last 12 against the Panthers (11-11). WVU scored eight runs on seven hits. Jackson Cramer and Cole

Backyard Brawl returns on the hardwood

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia University and the University of Pittsburgh have agreed to a four-game series in men’s basketball, Director of Athletics Shane Lyons announced today. The series will begin in Pittsburgh during the 2017-18 season before returning to Morgantown during the 2018-19 season. Pitt will be the home team in 2019-20,

WVU beats Pitt in Backyard Brawl, extends winning streak

PITTSBURGH, Pa.--The West Virginia University baseball team defeated Pitt 10-4 on Tuesday during the diamond version of the Backyard Brawl. The Mountaineers (32-19) extended their winning streak to a nation-best 10 games. Freshman third baseman Ivan Vera went 4-for-5 and scored two runs. Freshman shortstop Jimmy Galusky went 4-for-5 with one RBI

WVU falls to rival Pitt

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University baseball team has seen many highs and lows this season and on Tuesday night mistakes proved costly as Pitt defeated the Mountaineers 4-1 at Monongalia County Ballpark. WVU (17-14) struggled against the Panthers' starter Sam Mersing. The junior right-hander held the Mountaineers to three hits over six

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