College football coaches pride themselves on turning over as many stones as possible in preparing for competition. Contingency plans have contingency plans. They have a zag for every zig. Coach long enough and just about every circumstance will land on their laps.
West Virginia State University’s women’s basketball team added eight new players to its roster for the 2020-21 season, the team announced Friday.
The Mountain East Conference announced Tuesday that it will push back the start of fall sports competition to Oct. 1 and extend the conclusions of those fall seasons into the spring semester.
Wheeling University named Charleston native Chris Richardson as the new head coach of its men’s basketball team on Monday, becoming the 11th coach in program history.
The Mountain East Conference isn’t taking anything off the table in terms of playing fall sports, even if that means moving those sports — and possibly all sports — to the spring.
The University of Charleston women’s basketball team has dipped into its pool of alumni to find its new head coach.
I would really love for sports to return in full force sometime soon. It would be great to see all the major professional and college sports come back when they’ve planned to do so. Count me as hopeful.
The Mountain East Conference football schedule was subject to change after the NCAA eliminated non-conference play in Division II, and the conference announced those changes Monday.
Becky Burke’s two very successful seasons as the University of Charleston women’s basketball coach have led to a new Division I head coaching job.
HUNTINGTON — John Dawson says he’s made his final stop on his West Virginia to Ohio to West Virginia to Ohio odyssey.
West Virginia State football coach John Pennington is never shy about injecting a little razzle-dazzle into his playbook.
Despite its geographical location nestled in Institute, West Virginia State’s women’s basketball program hasn’t exactly been a magnet for Kanawha Valley talent in recent years.
West Virginia State senior women’s tennis player Kierstin Hensley can add another award to her collection, being named Tuesday as the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Atlantic Region Senior Player of the Year.
College football is a spectacle. Every Saturday in the fall, teams across the United States pad up and take the field, ready to compete in front of hundreds of thousands of fans.
The University of Charleston swept the top two honors in the Mountain East Conference women’s golf awards. One was a program first, and the other was much the opposite.
For international college student-athletes in the United States, the coronavirus pandemic has presented unique challenges — challenges that go deeper than a canceled sports season.
Her season may have been cut short, but West Virginia State women’s tennis player Kierstin Hensley still was able to make program history.