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Athletics Postpones Women’s Basketball Workouts

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (July 9, 2020) – The West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in consultation with its medical officials, has postponed women’s basketball team workouts for 14 days following the most recent COVID-19 test results. Six women’s basketball student-athletes have tested positive for COVID-19. With this 14-day postponement, workouts for those

Ivy League cancels fall sports, what’s next?

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--With the football season a mere two months away and sports teams heading back to the grind, numerous questions regarding the season and COVID-19 linger. As athletes return to practice facilities, positive coronavirus cases are on the rise. Last week West Virginia University reported five positive tests among the men's basketball

Lyons and Oversight Committee still in holding pattern for fall football

West Virginia University Athletic Director Shane Lyons is not only West Virginia sports' biggest advocate for Mountaineer football this fall, but is also on the NCAA's college football Oversight Committee. The committee's current biggest concern: is there going to be football this fall? Unfortunately for Lyons, the NCAA, collegiate athletes

Coach Huggins highlights mask importance in new NABC video

West Virginia men's basketball head coach Bob Huggins is the latest of the public figures to speak out on the importance of mask-wearing during the COVID-19 outbreaks. Huggins was featured in the National Association of Basketball Coaches's (NABC) video to encourage people across the country to wear a mask. https://twitter.com/NABC1927/status/1279090022373720066

Athletics Postpones Men’s Basketball Workouts

Via http://wvusports.com: MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in consultation with its medical officials, has today postponed the start of men's basketball team workouts for 14 days following the most recent COVID-19 test results. The men's basketball team was slated to begin workouts on Monday, July

Six Mountaineers to appear on 60-man MLB pools

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Six former West Virginia baseball stars appear on the 60-man MLB Player pools announced over the weekend. They are Alek Manoah (Toronto Blue Jays), Jedd Gyorko (Milwaukee Brewers), John Means (Baltimore Orioles), Michael Grove (Los Angeles Dodgers), David Carpenter (Cincinnati Reds) and Ryan McBroom (Kansas City Royals). Due to Covid-19, the baseball

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