This week’s WVUPros Ladies on the Hardwood Report features updates from Natalie Burton, Korinne Campbell, Olayinka Sanni and Asya Bussie, all of whom played games professionally this past week around the globe.
This week’s Hardwood Report features updates from Mountaineers in Germany, France, Russia, Poland, Mexico, the Czech Republic and the UK as we follow the WVUPros men around the globe.
This week’s edition of the Hardwood Report is highlighted by a match up between Mountaineers John Flowers and Da’Sean Butler’s team in France Sunday …
Fans remember Jonnie West’s time on the court at West Virginia for his ability as an intelligent team player and a sniper from beyond the arc.
In this edition of the Hardwood Report, we tell you about different Mountaineers who led their teams to wins over the past couple of days, including Joe Alexander, Devin Ebanks and Darryl Truck Bryant.
Wellington Smith has been out of the game since 2011, but he hasn’t gotten away from basketball. The WVU forward has been working in a company called GameChanger Media Inc. and is their Director of Basketball Marketing.
When Mike Gansey was on the hardwood, it was easy to see just how much he loved the game of basketball.
Darryl “Truck” Bryant arrived in the Czech Republic to play professionally with BK Beosan Kolin on December 4, and has been making a serious …
Kevin Jones is looking for a fresh start, and that will lead the WVU forward overseas once again in the very near future.
Since the day he first laced them up at WVU in 2007, John Flowers has always been a fan favorite.