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- Miners fall to Richmond 10-5
Legends Dinner set for July 25
Once a year, some of southern West Virginia’s biggest names get together.
Ex-Mountaineer track star dies; athlete arrests may be a concern
I’ve learned belatedly that James Gordon “Jim” Dial, an outstanding men’s track and field sprinter at West Virginia University during the late 1940s, has died.
West Virginia Miners 9, Richmond RiverRats 5
The West Virginia Miners rallied from a three-run first-inning deficit to defeat the Richmond RiverRats 9-5 Wednesday.
College athletes face serious issues today
Anyone who doesn’t believe the nation’s intercollegiate athletics aren’t out of control should really give this serious matter more consideration.
Marshall’s Van Horn has come a long way
When Clint Van Horn reported to Marshall in 2011, it quickly became apparent that this college football gig was not going to be easy.
Adjustments, perseverance aid Miners
Ask Steve Crosier what is the biggest reason for the West Virginia Miners’ offensive turnaround, and he’ll tell you it’s been all about adjustment.
Ticket sales lagging for Mountaineers
It has been no secret that West Virginia’s ticket sales in both its major revenue sports — football and men’s basketball — have slipped over the years and nothing that has happened this year in the upcoming season has done anything to change that trend.
Jedd Gyorko running and taking batting practice now
A report on the Internet at this week’s start indicated that Morgantown’s Jedd Gyorko might be ready finally to rejoin the San Diego Padres’ starting lineup.
WVU to play Virginia Tech in 2017 opener
In keeping with its new direction in scheduling, West Virginia University announced Tuesday that it would open the 2017 football season with a neutral field game against longtime rival Virginia Tech of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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