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Wamsley has been on a trek

April 22, 2011 Josh Wamsley never imagined that basketball would lead him on the trek he’s embarked on since leaving Mill Creek for Beckley in 2007. more »»

Snapp knows victories

April 15, 2011 If there were ever a coach who knew a little bit about winning it would be East Hardy’s Raymond Snapp. more »»

Smith not ready to call it quits

April 8, 2011 Ever since stepping onto the floor as a freshman at Elkins High School, Kayla Smith has shined at the sport she credits with making her life what it is toda. more »»

Former QB getting kids ready for sports

March 24, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Rasheed Marshall, who’s still among the greatest quarterbacks in West Virginia University’s football history, now is developing other young athletes for similarly successful careers. more »»

Baseball season is set to start

February 17, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Can you believe it’s baseball season all ready? West Virginia University is going to open its 2011 season this weekend in the Big East/Big Ten Challenge in Florid. more »»

Robinson was a ‘big’ contributor at WVU

January 6, 2011 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia University men’s basketball fans — and many others — called him simply “Mo. more »»

Time is now for Stewart

December 29, 2010 When the West Virginia?coach-in-waiting saga first came to light, many Mountaineer fans questioned whether Bill Stewart deserved the hand he was dealt by Athletic Director Oliver Luck. more »»

Sands only focused on bowl win

December 27, 2010 ORLANDO, Fla. — “We’re prepared to beat North Carolina State this year,” Robert Sands said as West Virginia’s football team continued gearing up Friday for the Champs Sports Bowl clash with N.C. more »»

Timing couldn’t be worse

December 17, 2010 MORGANTOWN — Leaks out of West Virginia University to certain writers were that Bill Stewart would be dismissed as head football coach after one more season, and all of that information has now been... more »»

Tandy has been dandy for WVU

November 30, 2010 MORGANTOWN — The best pass defender in the Big East Conference? Try none other than Keith Tandy of West Virginia University’s football team. more »»

Repella sets good example

November 10, 2010 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia University has had several outstanding players in women’s basketball over the years. more »»

Schaus prediction was right

November 4, 2010 MORGANTOWN – The late Fred Schaus had great foresight. more »»

Johnson expects line to improve

October 8, 2010 MORGANTOWN —West Virginia University’s offensive line is blamed at times when things misfire, but hardly ever receive any credit. more »»

Leonard shining as starter

September 24, 2010 MORGANTOWN — Anthony Leonard, who has been starting at middle lineback in place of injured Pat Lazear, is performing so well for West Virginia ’s nationally ranked football teamthat it may be... more »»

Huggins’ father is excited for team

March 19, 2010 MORGANTOWN — No one could be happier about West Virginia University men’s basketball success than Charlie Huggins of New Philadelphia, Ohio. more »»

Mike Carey deserves recognition

March 5, 2010 MORGANTOWN — This commentary hardly needs to be written. But I’ve decided to pen it, anyway. I feel so strongly about the topic. more »»

WVU legend Fred Schaus dies at age 84

February 12, 2010 MORGANTOWN — Frederick Appleton Schaus, who was a legend in West Virginia University athletics, died on Wednesday night in a Morgantown nursing home after a lengthy illness. He was 8. more »»

Stewart says WVU can’t take FSU?lightly

December 28, 2009 MORGANTOWN — Coach Bill Stewart cautioned his West Virginia University football players against taking Florida State’s 6-6 record lightly in their New Year’s Day clash in the Gator Bowl. more »»

No title but a lot of class

March 24, 2009 Tom Gutshall is never a loss for words when talking about the program he’s built at Tucker County. more »»

Huggins confident of NCAA tourney bid

March 6, 2009 MORGANTOWN — Coach Bob Huggins thinks that, win or lose against Louisville in Saturday night’s regular-season finale, his West Virginia basketball team is assured of a berth in the NCAA Tournament. more »»

 
 

 

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