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WVU’s Madness Run Begins Today

MORGANTOWN-- "Press Virginia" begins their NCAA tournament journey tonight in Brooklyn, NY. The Mountaineers (no.3 seed) drew Stephen F. Austin (no.14 seed) in the first round. Tip-off is set for 7:10 p.m. on CBS. Bob Huggins is not only familiar with Stephen F. Austin head coach Brad Underwood, but both teams' defensive playing styles

No. 20 WVU tops Kennesaw State

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Devin Williams scored a career-high 26 points and grabbed nine boards as the 20th-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers overcome sloppy play to defeat Kennesaw State 87-54 on Saturday afternoon at the Coliseum. Daxter Miles Jr added 18 points for WVU. Jonathan Holton had 17 points and nine rebounds. Brandon Watkins made his debut against the Owls

Press Virginia returns and hoping for more success

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University basketball team took the nation by surprise last season with its full court pressure basketball. The smothering defense helped the Mountaineers win 25 games and make a run to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. 'Press Virginia' led the nation last season with 376 steals. WVU

WVU’s Bob Huggins makes a splash at the Big 12 Media Day

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia University head coach was front and center at the Big 12 Media Day on Tuesday morning with his snazzy sense of style. Huggins showed up in a suit with flying WV dress pants and he was the show stealer. "We were just talking about that over there," Huggins

Mountaineers Shoot Their Way to Third Win in the Bahamas

Nassau Bahamas- WVU ends their time in the Bahamas with a 20 point victory, 94-74, over the CTG Knights Thursday evening. Devin Williams and Jevon Carter were two of the seven Mountaineers with a double-double. Carter led the team with 18 points, and Devin Williams scored 12 points and  had 14 rebounds. Press Virginia once

WVU wins game one in the Bahamas by a landslide

NASSAU, Bahamas--West Virginia’s men’s basketball team beat IBA Elite, 111-39, on Monday night at Sir Kendal Isaacs Gym in their first game in the Bahamas.  The game tipped off at 8 p.m. and was played under FIBA rules, four 10-minute quarters and a 24-second shot clock. Jevon Carter, Daxter Miles Jr.,

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