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Times West Virginian Apr 16, 2014

WVU’s Harlee named Big 12 Scholar-Athlete

The Big 12 Conference announced its Scholar-Athlete of the Year recipients for the 2014 winter sport season, and West Virginia University senior Jess Harlee earns the honor for women’s basketball. Harlee was selected as the award winner based on a vote of each respective sport’s head coaching group, with coaches not permitted to vote for their own student-athletes.
Register-Herald Apr 15, 2014

Mountaineers beat Buckeyes 4-1 in lefty Vance’s first career start

In his first career start for the WVU baseball team, sophomore left-hander Ross Vance struck out 14 en route to a 4-1 victory over Ohio State on Tuesday evening at Hawley Field.

West Virginia QB battle will produce clear winner

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen isnt above admitting mistakes, and that quarterback carousel last season, boy, that was a mistake.
Times West Virginian Apr 15, 2014

Gyorko, Padres agree to extension

Jedd Gyorko, who hasn’t hit much of anything with a .178 start on this season, hit the jackpot on Monday, signing a six-year contract extension with the San Diego Padres for $35 million with a one-year club option at $13 million.
Register-Herald Apr 15, 2014

Most plays good, some not so good in Gold-Blue scrimmage

There appeared to be a fine mixture of plays, most good with some not so good, in West Virginia University’s Gold-Blue football scrimmage last Saturday.
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Re-examining preseason predictions for RMU

Instead of doing a dry, standard and broad preview heading into the 2013-14 season, I opted to examine each Robert Morris player through a best-case and worst-case scenario. Simply, I wanted to look at the components of the team through two different lenses -- one being an ideal, if-everything-works-out-perfectly view and the other being a sort of Murphy's Law, everything-that-can-go-wrong-will way. With the season having been over for about a month, I figured now would be a reasonable time to look back on those and see where each player ended up falling. At the end, I'll assign a grade based...
Register-Herald Apr 14, 2014

Wesleyan edges CU twice in softball

The Concord University softball narrowly dropped a pair of games to No. 17 West Virginia Wesleyan, 2-1 and 4-3, Sunday afternoon at Culpepper Field.
Times West Virginian Apr 14, 2014

HERTZEL COLUMN- Garrison still proving he can carry the ball

The running back raves from the West Virginia coaching this spring have been directly mostly toward Wendell Smallwood, and rest assured he earned every one of them with his versatility, but it was a reborn running back who well may have taken the biggest jump up the depth chart.
Register-Herald Apr 14, 2014

Much still to be answered this fall

In Saturday’s paper, I compiled a list of five things to watch at West Virginia University’s annual Gold-Blue Spring Game. Now, after watching the football scrimmage that concluded this year’s spring drills and taking some time to process what I saw, it’s time to go back and revisit those five points and how they turned out on Saturday.
Times West Virginian Apr 13, 2014

Gold-Blue Game answers few questions at quarterback

Dana Holgorsen finds himself in a quarterback quandary. He’s looking to have one quarterback and has five of them as spring practice ends, and nothing about the spring session has done anything to straighten out the situation.
Times West Virginian Apr 12, 2014

Fans looking for answers in WVU Gold-Blue Game

Perhaps the most important spring practice in Dana Holgorsen’s tenure as West Virginia football coach comes to a conclusion at 1 p.m. today when the annual Gold-Blue Spring Football Game is held at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium. The gates open at noon and tickets are $10 with net proceeds benefiting WVU Children’s Hospital.
Register-Herald Apr 11, 2014

Five things to watch at WVU spring game

Spring practice will come to an end for West Virginia University this afternoon when the Mountaineer football team hosts the annual Gold-Blue Spring Game at 1 p.m. at Milan Puskar Stadium.
Register-Herald Apr 11, 2014

WVU recruits will go head-to-head in SBC national game

In a few short months, Jevon Carter and Daxter Miles will be working together to try to lead Bob Huggins’ West Virginia Mountaineers back to the NCAA Tournament.
West Virginia spring game offers intriguing first looks

West Virginia spring game offers intriguing first looks

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Time heals all wounds, and spring football helps a bit, too.