West Virginia Sports: Morgantown and Beyond

WVU Women’s Soccer Team: The Road To The Championship!

If you follow along with WVU's women's soccer team, you would know that they've been having a good year. Strike that. A great year; so good in fact, that the team is currently in San Jose, CA getting "prepped" and "ready" for... Continue Reading →

For One Player, Senior Day Is Dreadful

This Saturday, the West Virginia University Mountaineers will storm the field at Milan Puskar Stadium for the last time this season. The Mountaineers are hopeful to win this weekend's game against Baylor to make their record 10-2. But besides for the... Continue Reading →

The Coliseum is to blame for WVU’s low basketball attendance

Last year, the Coliseum has a capacity of 14,000 fans and averaged 10,853 per games, which was the fourth highest in the Coliseum's history since it opened in 1970. While that might sound pretty good, it simply doesn't cut it for me.... Continue Reading →

Big West Virginia Sports weekend creates another to follow

West Virginia is the place to be in the sports world! WV high school football playoffs conclude this coming weekend. The WVU women's soccer team is in the NCAA semi-finals. West Virginia's basketball teams, both men's and women's, are off to good starts. And Shepherd football is trying to get back to a title game.

Do Student Athlete’s Get Special Treatment?

      If you read my last piece on student athletes and their recruitment process, then you know how important getting to the next level (i.e. college sports) can be for a potential player. Becoming a college athlete can... Continue Reading →

Academics for Athletes

"The young men and women who compete in college sports are students first, athletes second." While this may sound like something a mom or dad of a student-athlete would say, it is actually a direct quote from the National Collegiate... Continue Reading →

ESPN snubbed WVU big time, but did they really?

This week in college football, there will not only be just one matchup between top 10 ranked FBS opponents, but it will also be the only matchup between any two ranked teams at all. I'm of course talking about the... Continue Reading →

First look at Coliseum renovations, reactions from fans

Friday night the WVU Coliseum opened its doors for the first time for the 2016-2017 college basketball season. Mountaineer fans got to see the new renovations for the first time. Here is a summary of the renovations, and reactions from fans.

It’s A Process: Recruiting The Next Generation

High school juniors and seniors around the country have been working hard lately to pass their SAT/ACT, enjoy their last few semesters and, if they're athletes, promote/commit themselves to a university for the next 4 years. Junior and senior year... Continue Reading →

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