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Walk-on freshman tops WVU in batting

May 8, 2012 MORGANTOWN — This hasn’t been one of West Virginia University’s best baseball teams at 18-29, including 6-15 in the Big East. more »»

Tee Time

May 8, 2012 Mike Rogers’ Tee Time Tips Watch Your Backswing to Hit it Straighter: My son Jeremy, who plays collegiate golf for Marshall University, is now home for the summer and is having some trouble... more »»

Lathey still working at age of 78

May 3, 2012 MORGANTOWN—Gene Lathey, a three-year starting guard on West Virginia’s football team in 1954-55-56, is still going strong at the age of 78. He still resides in Dunbar, W.Va. more »»

Nehlen enjoys his role

May 2, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Being around athletes as he grew up, Dan Nehlen had thoughts of following in the coaching footsteps of his famous father, Do. more »»

Tee Time

May 1, 2012 Slow Down and Play Faster: I know that every golfer has heard this from their buddies when they have played. “You are swinging at it too fast. more »»

Irvin still shocked by draft

April 30, 2012 MORGANTOWN — It had to be a huge surprise to most National Football League followers that Bruce Irvin was taken as the 15th overall selection of the 2012 draft. more »»

Wolfley enjoys varsity club job

April 27, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Dale Wolfley, a former standout offensive lineman, enjoys being director of the West Virginia University Varsity Club. “Our membership has tripled since I came back,” he said. more »»

Coach happy to be home

April 26, 2012 Ask any coach, no matter the sport, and more than most of them will tell you they enjoy what they do. more »»

Defense enjoying a rare win

April 24, 2012 MORGANTOWN — I was surprised that the defense defeated the offense 43-34 in West Virginia University’s Gold-Blue spring football contes. more »»

Tee Time

April 24, 2012 Pick a Shorter Target: I remember back some 26 years ago when I was playing collegiate golf at Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio and what my golf coach, Bill Whetsell always told me when I was not... more »»

Secret was four-sport prep athlete

April 23, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Old-timers in the Clarksburg area will tell you that Bob Secret was a four-sport superstar at Washington Irving High School in the late 1950s. more »»

Young retiring at WVU

April 19, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Donnie Young, who has been in West Virginia University’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletic for nearly a half century, is going to retire June 30. more »»

Huggins answers his critics

April 17, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Ask West Virginia University men’s coach some tough questions raised by fans and you’ll get some ready answers. more »»

Become the middle man

April 10, 2012 Too many times on the golf course, a player gets too focused on an approach shot at the very small target known as the hol. more »»

Harlow strong as reliever for WVU

April 10, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Josh Harlow was a chief contributor as a healed relief pitcher in West Virginia’s two baseball victories over Villanova last weekend at Howley Fiel. more »»

Dunlevy still close to WVU

April 5, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Robert (Bob) Dunlevy of Wheeling was the fastest lineman on the West Virginia University football team of 1963-64-65 as a wide receiver. more »»

Bailey is one of top receivers

April 3, 2012 MORGANTOWN—Steadman Bailey is one of the most productive wide receivers in West Virginia’s football history. A 5-foot-10, 193-pound redshirt junior from Miami, Fla. more »»

Jenkins seeks starting job at CB

March 29, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Brodrick Jenkins has played 26 games as a defensive back for West Virginia University, including four as a starter last season. more »»

Lamone was one of the best

March 28, 2012 MORGANTOWN—Longtime West Virginia University football observers rated Gene “Beef” Lamone as one of the greatest guards in the school’s history. That’s hardly surprising, though. more »»



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