West Virginia Mountaineers

West Virginia Mountaineers

3rd BIG12 D-I | 19-10
  • Field Goal %
    233rd
    42.9 FG%
  • 3-point %
    59th
    36.4 3P%
  • Points Scored
    23rd
    2243 Pts
  • Total Rebounds
    57th
    37.9 RPG
  • Huskies Add Forward Emmitt Matthews from West Virginia — and Tacoma
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    Huskies Add Forward Emmitt Matthews from West Virginia — and Tacoma

    This past season, he averaged 7.7 points and 4 rebounds per game for a 19-10 team that made it to the NCAA tournament. In his final West Virginia outing, he had 14 points and 7 rebounds in a 75-72 loss to Syracuse in the tourney. As the Huskies restock the roster, Matthews joins Arizona guard Terrell Brown, who is originally from Seattle, and forward Samuel Ariyibi from Africa as the first of several replacement parts that will be brought in to fill the void left by six UW players who entered tr...

  • West Virginia Bats Cool as Texas Tech Takes Game One
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    West Virginia Bats Cool as Texas Tech Takes Game One

    The West Virginia Mountaineers dropped the opening game of a three-game series against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Texas Tech leadoff hitter Easton Murrell reached on an error at third. Then, the Red Raiders started barreling the ball in the deepest part of the ballpark with Braxton Fulford tripling off the left-centerfield wall and Jace Yung with an RBI double to give the Red Raiders the early 2-0 advantage.

  • Tribune Publishing

    Oscar Tshiebwe explains reasons for transferring from West Virginia to Kentucky

    Apr. 15—MORGANTOWN, W.. Va. — In his first Zoom meeting with the media Wednesday since transferring from West Virginia, Oscar Tshiebwe did his best to answer the question of why. In the end, the 6-foot-9 former McDonald's All-American said he simply wasn't himself anymore as a member of the Mountaineers. "I feel like I was not happy anymore and everything was not good, " Tshiebwe said. "I was ...