Mitch VingleSports Columnist

Mitch Vingle is a Fairmont, W.Va., native. He has been covering the West Virginia sports scene since 1980, and has been with Charleston Newspapers since 1994. Mitch is an Associated Press poll voter, and has received numerous awards throughout the years.

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Recent Articles and Columns

Mitch Vingle: A Pitts presser, state hoops offers and Sire
Mitch Vingle: Big 12 head of officials prepares us for season
College coaches Fisher, Trickett, Pendry visit flood-ravaged Clay County High
Mitch Vingle: Wishing Godspeed to Domenick Furfari
Mitch Vingle: WVU hoops targets, redshirts and a loss
Mitch Vingle: WVU’s Wickline breaks down Mountain men
Mitch Vingle: A simple, kind gesture; SSAC; NBA Summer League
Mitch Vingle: Magazines have love for Orlosky, not so much WVU
Mitch Vingle: Ka’Raun White’s story is looking familiar
Mitch Vingle: A possible Big 12 shift, Baylor, Whiteside and Alexis
Big 12 basketball notebook: New coaches; Huggins on flood relief; Kansas hype
Mitch Vingle: Summitt’s impact on women’s game touched Charleston
Mitch Vingle: The Greenbrier Classic that wasn’t
Mitch Vingle: A talk with Huggins, a column attempt -- in the midst of tragedy
Mitch Vingle: Shane Lyons provides snapshot of WVU, Big 12
Mitch Vingle: A deeper dig on golf’s ‘farce’
Mitch Vingle: Power 5 can learn from Big Ten deal
Mitch Vingle: Hills-loving Trickett finds Father’s Day through coaching
Mitch Vingle: Hoover’s Cowley — a portrait in granite
Mitch Vingle: North-South game a shining example of what could be
Mitch Vingle: For Marshall, the Doc is in
Mitch Vingle: WVU and the ACC, football odds and hoops
Mitch Vingle: A sight to behold, a sight to remember for WVU hoops (video)
Mitch Vingle: Can Big 12 parlay news from meetings?
Mitch Vingle: Clemson’s Clements watches WVU from afar