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Miners defense never rests
From Zach Tanner to Bradley Strong and Evan Potter, West Virginia has had some of the finest individual infield talents in the Prospect League.
Greenbrier Classic casts positive light on West Virginia
As CBS television personality Jim Nantz was going through the customary introductions on the 18th green of The Old White TPC Sunday during the closing ceremonies of The Greenbrier Classic — recognizing different dignitaries and sponsors — he paused when he got to one name.
Harrison to replace Haas at Greenbrier Tennis event
Rising pro tennis star Ryan Harrison will replace Tommy Haas on the roster for this year’s Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic, set for Sept. 20-21 at The Greenbrier.
Classic day for winner Cabrera
The biggest comeback in Greenbrier Classic history was at the inaugural event in 2010.
Keys to winning the other green jacket
“The guys are good; these guys are real good” the PGA Tour commercial advertises.
Covich’s trip to Classic allows him to dream
When new West Virginia University golf coach Sean Covich looked out over The Old White TPC Saturday during his first visit to The Greenbrier, he couldn’t help but notice all the Big 12 flavor participating in The Greenbrier Classic.
Images from the 2014 Greenbrier Classic
Photos by Rick Barbero and Brad Davis
Greenbrier Classic Scores
At The Old White TPC
Miners hold on to beat RiverRats
Abe Cartledge pitched six innings of two-hit ball, Paul Trenhaile homered and the West Virginia Miners defeated the Richmond RiverRats 7-6 Sunday for their third straight win.
History in the making?
If Billy Hurley III wins The Greenbrier Classic, he’ll set a couple of firsts for the event.
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