In less than 24 hours a new NCAA champion will be crowned. The title, one coveted by basketball programs around the country, will go to either UConn or Kentucky, two teams who battled their way through a tournament full of upsets to come into the title game as 7 and 8 seeds. But while those two teams battle it out on the nation’s stage, WVU fans are once again reminded that they can’t claim a National Title.
Here are some links that caught our eyes this week that we think you should know about. This is a mixture of Pro and Current WVU news.
In a list of 11 fashionable coaches compiled by David Bazner of GQ.com, Huggins’ signature look was featured with fellow Big 12 coach Rick Barnes of Texas as well as former Big East rival Jim Boeheim of Syracuse.
The No. 2 seed West Virginia women’s basketball team falls to No. 7 LSU, 76-67, in the second round of the 2014 NCAA women’s basketball tournament Tuesday in Baton Rouge.
Senior Christal Caldwell scored 26 points, and No. 2 seed West Virginia (30-4) sets a record for wins in a season in a 76-61 win over No. 15 seed Albany (28-5) in the first round of the 2014 NCAA women’s basketball tournament Sunday.
With arguably the best season in program history, the West Virginia women’s basketball team still has more history to chase as tomorrow starts the 2014 NCAA Women’s Basketball tournament.
West Virginia, a No. 5 seed in the 2014 NIT, will face Georgetown, a No. 4 seed, at 7PM tonight at McDonough Gym on ESPN.
Announcing the winners of our 2nd Annual WVUPros March Madness Tournament Challenge.
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ESPN and Infiniti have teamed up for the “Inspiration is Contagious” contest where fans can vote for their favorite college coaches and their charities. Go here to vote and watch Bob Huggins’ commercial for the Challenge.