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WVU Baseball announces two fall games against Marshall

MARTINSBURG -- West Virginia fans can make a weekend of WVU athletics at the beginning of October after WVU Baseball announced its 2019 fall schedule Thursday. The West Virginia University baseball team's fall features a pair of battles against in-state foe Marshall. On Friday, Oct. 4 -- just the evening prior

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

WVU-Fordham Post Game Interviews

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Check out what WVU and Fordham coaches and players had to say about Friday's game in the opening round of the Morgantown Regional.   https://youtu.be/6q8BlFNcnKA https://youtu.be/QQMGyZlmkSc   Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS

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

No. 4 WVU falls to No. 3 Oklahoma State in Big 12 Championship

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.--The third-seeded Oklahoma State baseball team defeated No. 4-seeded West Virginia 5-2 for the Big 12 Championship on Sunday afternoon at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. After defeating TCU in extra innings, the Cowboys (36-18) scored five runs on six hits. The Mountaineers (37-20) scored two runs on eight hits. “Congrats to the

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