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Cleveland St. hires Oak Hill alumnus
When Cornelius Jackson was dominating the Mid-American Conference as Marshall’s starting point guard, coaches around the league took notice.
West Virginia to meet Kansas in Big 12 baseball tournament
Third-seeded West Virginia will take on No. 6 Kansas on the first day of the 2013 Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship, set for Wednesday through Sunday at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.
King’s Warriors take down Chaos 3-1
Southern West Virginia King’s Warriors head coach Scott Reitnour had a busy day Saturday.
McCartney says he’s returning to Mountaineers
The Twitter world was full of West Virginia University sports news Saturday, beginning with the revelation that Ivan McCartney will likely be returning to the Mountaineer football team.
Harrick was greatest 2-sport coach at WVU
The late Steve Harrick was the longest serving, most successful two-sport head coach in West Virginia University’s athletic history.
Concord wastes 2-run lead in 9th, eliminated from regional
Concord University lost a two-run lead in the ninth inning and was eliminated from the NCAA Division II Atlantic Region baseball playoffs by the Winston-Salem State Rams, 7-5 on Friday afternoon at Gene Hooks Field.
- Musgrave named Pitcher of the Year Finalist
- Concord drops NCAA Tournament opener to Millersville 5-4 in Winston-Salem
Crutchfield talks about his system, recruiting, focus
Jim Crutchfield, whose basketball program at West Liberty University is the nation’s best in NCAA Division II, insists that there’s really no secret to his team’s soaring success.
The Hilltoppers not only lead the collegiate basketball world in scoring with an incredible 103-point average but also are No. 1 in marginal victory at 25-plus.
“I try to stay as local as I can in recruiting,” the 57-year-old Clarksburg native said. Most of his players come from West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
‘It’s been great for the state’
West Virginia and Marshall are going to continue to meet on the baseball diamond. After a nearly 15-year break in the series, all involved agreed that rekindling the rivalry between the state’s two biggest schools — a series that culminated with a 6-5 Marshall victory Tuesday at Linda K. Epling Stadium — was a solid idea.
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