MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - West Virginia University basketball coach Bob Huggins announced today that Pat Forsythe has left the team and plans to transfer to another school.
Forsythe, a 6-foot-11 center, missed the majority of the 2011-12 season with a stress fracture in his right ankle. The freshman from Brunswick, Ohio, appeared in seven games, averaging 2.1 points and 3.4 rebounds per game.
He had a season-high four points in games against Akron and Mississippi State and a season-high seven rebounds against Alcorn State.no comments
Pictures surfaced yesterday of a new design that could possibly cover the gray walls at Milan Puskar Stadium. It's no secret that WVU officials are looking into several upgrades for the future, and this looks to be the first of those upgrades.
West Virginia University put out a request for bids to install graphic vinyl banners along the lower walls. Let's take a look.no comments
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – West Virginia University senior kicker Tyler Bitancurt is one of 30 collegiate kickers across the nation to be named to the Lou Groza Award Preseason Watch List.no comments
BRISTOL, Conn. - For the fifth consecutive season, ESPN will celebrate the opening of the college basketball season with the College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon.
This year’s marathon on Tuesday, Nov. 13 will include 11 men’s games over 24 consecutive hours on ESPN – plus a schedule of matchups across ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3 – beginning at midnight ET with West Virginia at No. 20 Gonzaga in the Old Spice Classic. Gonzaga won last year’s second round NCAA Tournament game against West Virginia.
The lineup for ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3 is to be determined.no comments
Timber Creek HS RB Zaire Williams had originally planned to announce his college destination during his senior season. But after making a camping stop at West Virginia just last month, the talented playmaker bumped his decision date up.
On Monday, Williams pledged his services to the Mountaineers, becoming the 8th commitment in the 2013 class.no comments
William Penn Charter School (Pa.) wide receiver Daryl Worley announced his top three schools over the weekend with WVU leading the pack. Not only does WVU lead for his services, but they have a visit coming from the speedster next week.
EERinsider.com caught up with the talented athlete to get his thoughts on the Mountaineers.no comments
Maxwell Football Club Announces Maxwell, Bednarik Watch Lists
July 9, 2012 (Philadelphia, PA)
The Maxwell Football Club today announced its watch lists for the 76th annual Maxwell Award and the 18th annual Bednarik Award.no comments
Slickerville (N.J.) Timber Creek running back Zaire Williams announced this week that he will be announcing his college destination on Monday. The talented back is no stranger to Morgantown having visited the University City for the Gold-Blue Game in April, and the 7-on7 tournament in June.
Will Williams be the 8th commitment in the 2013 class?
Here is our article on Williams written by our Senior Wirter, Jon Martin, from June.no comments
With kids all across the country attending camps and taking vacations before the new season, recruiting can sometimes be slow during the summer months as kids wait until the season to take official visits. For the Mountaineers, seven guys have already made the call to play for the Gold and Blue.
Here is a review of verbal commits to the 2013 class, and some kids to keep an eye on.no comments