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WVU baseball fans will show for a winner
As you’ve probably heard by now, the West Virginia University baseball team is tied for first-place in the Big 12 standings.
Former West Virginia swimmer still winning at 77
Dan “Cav” Cavanaugh, who grew up in Parkersburg, is individually the most honored swimmer in West Virginia University’s athletic history.
Mountaineers clinch series over No. 10 Oklahoma
The WVU baseball team won its third consecutive Big 12 series with a 9-6 win over No. 10 Oklahoma Sunday afternoon at in front of 1,843 fans at Appalachian Power Park.
Concord wins 5th, final baseball title
The hitting was on display from the outset. The pitching was as clutch as it has been all week. And the defense shone, despite two inconsequential plays in the ninth inning that were easily laughed off.
WVU wins game 2 over No. 10 Oklahoma
The West Virginia University baseball team used an all-around team effort on Saturday in a 9-3 victory over No. 10 Oklahoma at Appalachian Power Park.
Concord to play for WVIAC title
With the No. 1 offense in the league, the fact that Concord can hit is no secret.
Guess what: The pitching isn’t that bad, either.
Tyler Coyle turned in the Mountain Lions’ third solid effort in as many games, tossing a complete game in a 6-3 win over Fairmont State Friday in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament at Beckley’s Linda K. Epling Stadium.
Mark Hose unveils ‘ideal league’
With West Virginia University nearing the end of its first year as a member of the Big 12 Conference, some people are speculating where it could —or should— have been competing in intercollegiate athletics.
Mark Hose, a WVU graduate who now lives in Columbia, S.C., is among those folks. So was Donald Strimbeck, also a university alumnus who is a prominent resident of Cassville, Strimbeck and Hose are fraternity brothers, though several years apart in age.
Mazey has Mountaineer baseball team on a roll
West Virginia University’s baseball team certainly was impressive in Tuesday’s 7-6 loss against old rival Pitt at Hawley Field.
Concord cruises past UC
Concord University baseball coach Andrew Wright is a creature of habit. He likes to keep things on a routine and keep his players focused. So when Concord set out for Linda K. Epling Stadium from Athens on Thursday morning, Wright expected to be playing baseball at 3:30 p.m. What happened instead was anything but routine.
Concord rallies late for a win
There is no defense for the home run.
Ryan Johnston broke a 0-0 tie with a solo shot in the seventh inning and added a two-run home run in a four-run eighth, as Concord opened the final West Virginia Conference baseball tournament with a 5-1 win over West Liberty on Wednesday morning at Linda K. Epling Stadium.
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