MORGANTOWN — The most important matchup tonight when No. 14 West Virginia plays host to No. 15 Baylor will be impossible to miss. Right under the basket, the foundation of the offense and defense for both teams, one...
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Throughout the years, Florida recruiting has been very good to WVU.
A hall of fame sports career started right here in Charleston. Specifically, it was at a pile of rocks and gravel at the Charleston Tennis Club.
As Conference USA filled out the 2016 schedules of its 14 teams on Thursday, the prime features of Marshall’s schedule remained intact.
MORGANTOWN — There were a lot of circus-like atmospheres around the country on college football’s National Signing Day.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall fans, take a bow.
As the Thundering Herd football program celebrated its new recruiting class, coach Doc Holliday was quick to credit outstanding crowds at two specific events. Most of...
MORGANTOWN — If you followed the action on college football’s National Signing Day, you saw some fireworks.
After qualifying for the Division II playoffs for the first time in program history, the University of Charleston football coaching staff set out in search of players who could help the Golden Eagles get even further into the postseason.
The West Virginia State football team entered the offseason with a cupboard far from bare. Of the 22 starters in the Yellow Jackets’ final game of 2015, all but six return. Thirty-seven of the 48 players who saw action in that game are coming...
HUNTINGTON — In the ultimate testament of the turnover in the Marshall basketball program, only two of its players have experienced the longest possible trip for a Conference USA game.
MORGANTOWN — West Virginia coach Bob Huggins has a team ranked No. 14 by the media and No. 12 by the coaches. It was in the top 10 of both polls the previous two weeks and actually first reached those heights after...
Both the University of Charleston and West Virginia State men’s basketball teams will try to stop losing streaks, some longer than others, when they take their respective home courts starting today.
South Charleston quarterback Kentre Grier will be one of three state players to join the football program at North Carolina A&T when he signs his letter-of-intent at 11 a.m. today at SC High School.