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George Washington girls basketball poised for big season behind slew of returners
George Washington girls basketball poised for big season behind slew of returners
Girls basketball: Garretson begins second stint as Riverside coach
Girls basketball: Garretson begins second stint as Riverside coach
3rd-generation receiver commits to Mountaineers
3rd-generation receiver commits to Mountaineers

West Virginia’s hot streak on the recruiting trail continued on Wednesday evening as Holly Springs (N.C.) wide receiver Bryce Wheaton pledged to the Mountaineers. The 6-foot-3, 191-pounder committed to WVU over fellow finalists Louisville, Missouri, and East Carolina.

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Marshall hires Jennifer Steele as new softball coach
Marshall hires Jennifer Steele as new softball coach

Marshall University has tapped a coach from the Atlantic Sun Conference to replace the 2017 Conference USA Softball Coach of the Year.

Derek Redd

Derek Redd: Daymark residents get a taste of golf
Derek Redd: Daymark residents get a taste of golf

It only took a few swings during his first golfing experience for Nick to know he wanted a next one.

Mitch Vingle

Mitch Vingle: Mike Gansey fighting the fight with NBA’s Cavs
Mitch Vingle: Mike Gansey fighting the fight with NBA’s Cavs

Perhaps Mike Gansey’s slight build was one reason he didn’t make the NBA as a player.

Mike Casazza

Mike Casazza: WVU making itself attractive home to transfer QBs
Mike Casazza: WVU making itself attractive home to transfer QBs

MORGANTOWN — If you took a look at West Virginia’s football roster Wednesday, which is a perfectly acceptable act for the day we officially stepped into summer and realized the fall comes next, you discovered four quarterbacks with a scholarship for 2017. One was one of the best in the 2014 recruiting class. One was one of the best in the 2016 recruiting class.

Doug Smock

Doug Smock: Golf goes well beyond the stars
Doug Smock: Golf goes well beyond the stars

It wasn’t my highlight of the sports year by any stretch, but I had to chuckle when Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day missed the cut by a combined 16 shots at the U.S. Open.