WVU Crushes Texas Christian, 73-42No. 10 West Virginia avoided a letdown against Big 12 bottom-feeder TCU and didn't let down its defensive pressure in a 73-42 victory on Saturday.
WVU Mountaineers Lose To Kansas 75-65Senior forward Perry Ellis scored 21 points Tuesday night to enable No. 6 Kansas to regain a share of the Big 12 lead with a 75-65 victory against No. 10 West Virginia in Allen Fieldhouse.
No. 14 WVU Defeats No. 13 Iowa St. 81-76Guard Jaysean Paige scored 23 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:05 left, and forward Devin Williams was a monster on the boards as No. 14 West Virginia rallied from 15 down to stun No. 13 Iowa State 81-76 Tuesday.
Florida Beats WVU, 88-71No. 9 West Virginia missed forward Jonathan Holton and Florida seemingly could not miss from 3-point range during an 88-71 upset in the Big 12/SEC Challenge.
Holton Leads No. 9 West Virginia Over Kansas State 70-55Jonathan Holton had 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead No. 9 West Virginia to a 70-55 victory over Kansas State on Tuesday night, giving the Mountaineers a sweep of the season series.
WVU Beats Texas Tech, 80-76Kansas and Baylor had come into United Supermarkets Arena on consecutive weekends and survived upset bids by an up-and-coming Texas Tech team.
No. 6 WVU Falls To Texas 56-49Javan Felix scored nine of his 17 points in the final three minutes as Texas upended No. 6 West Virginia 56-49 on Wednesday night, handing the Mountaineers their first home loss of the season.
WVU Police Officer Steals The Show With His National Anthem PerformanceA WVU police officer is gaining a lot of attention for his singing voice.
WVU Police Officer's National Anthem Performance Goes ViralA West Virginia University police officer has gained national attention after his unexpected performance of the national anthem at a basketball game went viral.
Oklahoma Bests WVU 70-68Khadeem Lattin's tip-in with one second remaining gave No. 2 Oklahoma a 70-68 victory over No. 11 West Virginia on Saturday.
West Virginia Trips Up #1 Kansas 74-63West Virginia's formula for winning - going hard to the rim to score, chasing after bad shots and constantly pressuring opponents - has the Mountaineers off to their best start in 34 years.
WVU Beats Oklahoma State, 77-60Deep and confident, No. 17 West Virginia scarcely missed injured starter Daxter Miles. The attrition hit slumping Oklahoma State much harder.