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Jermaine Haley plans to enter 2020 NBA Draft

Morgantown, W.VA - A senior's final basketball season cut too short will have just an extra glimmer of hope during 2020. West Virginia senior Jermaine Haley took to Instagram Monday to announce his plans to enter the 2020 NBA Draft. https://www.instagram.com/p/B-XwDouDVtx/ Haley was one of three seniors on the West Virginia

Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule Announced

Morgantown, W.Va. - The 2020-2021 men's basketball season will hopefully be here before we know it (and hopefully landing right in the midst of a successful Mountaineers football season). West Virginia University released the team's non-conference schedule this week: Tuesday            Nov. 10             Fairleigh Dickinson                                Morgantown, W.Va.Friday               Nov. 13             Pitt                                                      

Source: Tshiebwe and Culver to return for 2020-2021 season

Morgantown, W.Va. - Twitter on Tuesday was lit up with good news for the West Virginia men's basketball team and its fans. Per basketball guru Jon Rothstein's Twitter account, two of the big guys are officially coming back for the 2020-2021 basketball season. https://twitter.com/JonRothstein/status/1242452163122606081 Rothstein made the announcement on his feed

Tshiebwe Named to NABC All-District First Team

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                    Contact: Rick Leddy, NABC 203-815-2437                                                                                        (Ricknabc@gmail.com) National Association of Basketball Coaches Announces 2019-20 Division I All-District Teams and Coaches KANSAS CITY, Mo. (March 23, 2020) -- The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced today the 2019-20 NABC Division I All-District teams and coaches, as selected and voted on by

Coronavirus brings with it changes to March Madness, waiting for answer on Big 12 Tournament

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

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