Darius Hill’s two-run single put WVU ahead in the first inning and Braden Zarbnisky preserved another ninth-inning lead during a 4-3 win over Gardner-Webb on Sunday.
Kyle Davis drove in five runs to match a career high and seldom-used reserve Andrew Zitel hit his first collegiate homer for the Mountaineers on Saturday.
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All Mountaineers teams were safely above the 930 penalty line though football recorded the second-lowest score among the Power 5 conferences.
West Virginia's emphasis on restocking defensive linemen continued Tuesday with a 2018 commitment from Alex Williams of Pickerington, Ohio.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — At the end of a weekend marked by tight games, West Virginia finally claimed one when No. 5 Texas Tech’s defense faltered....
No. 5 Texas Tech rallied for a 4-3 win late Saturday night, completing a doubleheader sweep at West Virginia.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia stymied No. 5 Texas Tech’s dangerous lineup but couldn’t generate any offense of its own, falling 1-0 in the...
Brewer's announcement came one day after West Virginia signed two-time junior college All-American guard Naomi Davenport.
Gold & Blue Lunch Report: The sweet-swinging Red Raiders lead the Big 12 in seven offensive categories.
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Rivals ranks three-star prospect the No. 18 running back in the class of 2018.
No. 25 West Virginia stranded the winning run in the bottom of the ninth, only a minute before a getaway-day curfew would have ended the game tied, and Oklahoma capitalized in the 10th for a 7-4 win Sunday.
All-Big 12 center Tyler Orlosky leads crew of Mountaineers who went undrafted.
Cornerback becomes first Mountaineers player selected in 2017 NFL draft, going 99th overall.
Allan Taylor's Gold & Blue Lunch Report checks in on the Mountaineers cornerback.
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West Virginia's junior guard, the national defensive player of the year, has until May 24 to withdraw his name from the early-entry list.
The 6-foot-5, 215-pound O'Laughlin committed to WVU late Saturday, spurning offers from Cincinnati, Western Kentucky, Western Michigan and a host of mid-major programs.