Thundering Herd eliminate Tigers in penalty kicks.
Thundering Herd will next face Clemson.
The WVU men's soccer team was left out of the NCAA field.
Thundering Herd earn automatic berth to NCAA Tournament.
GRANVILLE, W.Va. — Sights from West Virginia’s 9-3 victory over Marshall on Wednesday at Monongalia County Ballpark. (Photos by Teran Malone)
Sophomore southpaw throws four solid innings to earn first win of season.
Former Marshall point guard will spend final college season with Cardinals.
Thundering Herd hand Mountaineers loss in their first trip to Huntington since 1988.
(Dan Stratford postgame Zoom conference) MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Fairmont Senior graduate Ike Swiger scored in the 66th minute with the lone goal of the match as West Virginia downed No. 8 Marshall, 1-0 Wednesday night at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium. Swiger’s first goal as a Mountaineer came off a brilliant feed from Luke McCormick. He
Senior averaged nearly 10 points per game last season.
Point guard will look to use extra year of eligibility elsewhere.
Marshall is one and done in Frisco, falling to Rice in the first round of the Conference USA Tournament.
By Bill Cornwell Marshall meets Rice tonight in the Herd’s opener in the Conference USA Men’s Basketball Tournament, which is taking place at The Star in Frisco, Texas. The Marshall-Rice game is scheduled to tip off at 7pm Eastern and it will be shown by ESPN+. The Owls earned the right to meet the Herd
By David Walsh HUNTINGTON, W. Va. – Taevion Kinsey took the game over midway through the second half to lead Marshall past Charlotte, 75-66, in men’s Conference USA basketball Saturday afternoon at Cam Henderson Center. Kinsey, junior from Columbus, Ohio, connected on a three-point shot with 11:25 left to put the Thundering Herd ahead to
Marshall picked up a win over the 49ers as the conference tournament looms.
Andrew Taylor matched a season-high 20 points as Marshall split the weekend series with North Texas.
North Texas led nearly the entire game to stop Marshall's win streak at three games.
Following another COVID break Marshall is chomping at the bit to get back on the court.
Marshall rallied to take down the top team in Conference USA.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – The Marshall University men’s basketball series at Rice has been canceled due to COVID-19-related issues within the Owls’ program. The Thundering Herd’s next scheduled games are Friday (7 p.m.) and Saturday (2 p.m.) at home against North Texas.