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Big 12 Announces Women’s Basketball Schedule Adjustments

IRVING, Texas (Jan. 1, 2021) – In accordance with Big 12 Conference women’s basketball game interruption guidelines, the Kansas games against West Virginia (Saturday, Jan. 2) and Iowa State (Wednesday, Jan. 6) have been postponed due to KU not meeting the roster thresholds established by the Big 12. The Conference will work

BREAKING: Cottrell Sidelined for Season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (December 30, 2020) – West Virginia University men’s basketball freshman Isaiah Cottrell will miss the remainder of the 2020-21 season after sustaining a torn Achilles tendon in his left leg. The injury occurred during the first half of the WVU-Northeastern game on Dec. 29. “Everyone associated with Mountaineer Basketball is

Twelve Days of Mountaineers Day Three: Mountaineers Upset Baylor in Hoops to end Regular Season

Day three of the Twelve Days of Mountaineers looks back at the last basketball season for the Mountaineers' 2019-2020 season. The Mountaineers upset then-number 4 Baylor at home to finish the regular season with a 21-10 overall record. West Virginia's Senior Day started off eventful with senior Chase Harler proposing

Mountaineers stay put in this week’s AP Poll

Morgantown, W.VA. - The West Virginia men's basketball team maintained their position in this week's AP Top 25 Poll. The Mountaineers lost a closely fought game versus number 1 Gonzaga and beat Georgetown late Sunday afternoon to give the Mountaineers a 4-1 record. GonzagaBaylorIowaMichigan StateKansasIllinoisHoustonCreightonVillanovaDukeWest VirginiaTennesseeWisconsinTexasVirginia TechNorth CarolinaTexas TechVirginiaRichmondFlorida StateRutgersOhio

Mountaineers crack Rothstein 45 Top Ten

College basketball reporting icon Jon Rothstein posts his Rothstein 45 every week, with a particular team cracking the top ten of that list this Monday morning. The Mountaineers were ranked 11th in last week's Rothstein 45, jumping two spots after a loss to Gonzaga and a win over former Big

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