Fan Day set for Saturday, August 3

West Virginia University fans will be given the opportunity to get autographs from their favorite Mountaineer players and coaches and watch practice at the football team's annual Fan Day on Saturday, August 3. New coach Neal Brown, assistant coaches and WVU players will sign autographs and visit with fans from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on the west concourse of Milan Puskar Stadium.

2019 soccer scarf voting open

The men's and women's soccer teams need Mountaineer Nation's help in selecting the design for the 2019 Soccer Scarf. Fan voting is now LIVE on both teams' social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Voting will close July 12.

Mazey Named ABCA Regional Coach of the Year

After guiding the baseball team to one of its best seasons in program history, coach Randy Mazey has been named the East Regional Coach of the Year by the American Baseball Coaches Association.

WVU Sports Hall of Fame class selected

The 2019 class includes Meg Bulger (women's basketball), Steve Dunlap (football), Greg Jones (wrestling), Vertus Jones (wrestling), Darryl Prue (men's basketball), Lisa Stoia (women's soccer), John Thornton (football), Dr. Stefan Thynell (rifle) and Pete White (men's basketball/track & field).

WVU Athletics Means Big Business

The economic impact of WVU athletics alone to the state of West Virginia is at least $302.7 million per year, according to third party research. Locally, the economic impact to Monongalia County is $78.8 million and the overall tax impact to the state of West Virginia is roughly $18.6 million.

WVU Athletics Communications Earns Nation’s Best 19 Awards

The West Virginia University Athletics Communications Office was honored last week in Orlando, Florida, at the 2019 College Sports Information Directors of America Workshop, capturing 19 awards for Excellence in Publications and Digital Design, including 13 best in the nation awards

Field House’s final days bring back flood of memories

Pretty soon, Stansbury Hall will cease to exist. Interior demolition work has begun on the 90-year-old facility that was once the home of West Virginia University basketball from 1929-70. In its place will be Reynolds Hall, the new home of the John Chambers College of Business and Economics.