Shane Lyons got his dream job when West Virginia University announced the Parkersburg native as the new Director of Athletics and Associate Vice President in a press release Monday morning.
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In his second season with BG Göttingen, WVU guard Alex Ruoff is playing very well, and has his team in a playoff spot after winning the Division 2 championship last season and being promoted to Division 1.
Truck Bryant continues to find success on the basketball court overseas, and was named Eurobasket.com’s Player of the Week recently.
Shane Lyons, deputy athletics director at the University of Alabama and Parkersburg native, will be named as the successor to the departing Oliver Luck as the new Director of Athletics at West Virginia University.
Senior guard Gary Browne helped lead the Mountaineers on a second half surge by compiling 16 points as the school wins its 2015 Big XII opener
This week we look at the various Mountaineers in action over New Year’s, starting with Devin Ebanks asserting himself and becoming a leader on his new team in Mexico.
Former West Virginia University pitcher David Carpenter has been traded along with Chasen Shreve to the New York Yankees in exchange for Manny Banuelos.
West Virginia rides into their 2015 Big XII opener with a solid 12-1 record. The host TCU Horned Frogs counters with an undefeated 13-0 mark, and a roster full of fight.
Former Mountaineers Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin are a dynamic duo on the football field. They work well together off the field, as well. Both took time during the holiday season to offer assistance to their new St Louis community.
The seventeen weeks of the NFL Regular season has come to an end, and the dust has settled leaving twelve teams standing. Six WVUPros find themselves on the precipice of winning a Super Bowl Ring. Five of those Mountaineer favorites play this weekend. Here is a preview.