Doug SmockMarshall Reporter

Doug Smock is a 28-year newspaper veteran, working in Charleston since the summer of 1988. He has served in several capacities, from a news copy editor to his position of the last 14 years, Marshall beat writer. Having grown up in Huntington and graduated from MU, he knows the ups and downs of the Thundering Herd world.

Doug Smock
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Recent Articles and Columns

Ryder Cup champ Patrick Reed joins 2017 Greenbrier Classic field
Marshall men’s basketball transfer Rondale Watson ready for action
Doug Smock: A.W. Hamilton’s ascension, Thomas Frazier and the US Open
O’Dell wins another West Virginia Amateur title
West Virginia Amateur notebook: Location hindering growth of golf in Eastern Panhandle?
98th West Virginia Amateur: Boyd, O’Dell at top after 36 holes
West Virginia Amateur notebook: Boyds make State Am a father-son affair
Haskins winner Thornberry commits to Greenbrier Classic
Doug Smock: Predictably, Marshall football’s TV brand lagging
Power falls 12-1 to Greensboro, continues to struggle at home
Kevin Kisner leads group of eight Greenbrier Classic commitments
Marshall continues quest for baseball stadium in Huntington
Marshall basketball newcomers arrive for summer workouts
Phil Mickelson ready to leave his mark on Greenbrier
Phil Mickelson likely bailing out of U.S. Open
Doug Smock: Greenbrier Classic should beware of schedule moves
Golf notebook: Brian Anania ready to chase another State Am title
Former Winfield football coaching great Leon McCoy dies
Hurricane routs Ripley 9-2, wins AAA regional title
Former Marshall football coach Sonny Randle dies
Christian Brand making progress on Web.com Tour
Doug Smock: Marshall-Miami football opener looms large
Ripley girls maximize potential, take 2nd at state track meet
State track meet: Another record-breaking day for Bridgeport’s McKenna Smith
Marshall softball gearing up for NCAA tournament