Fans following the West Virginia University football team to the Camping World Bowl in Orlando are encouraged to join fellow Mountaineers at fan events planned Thursday, December 27, and Friday, December 28.
The No. 16 West Virginia Mountaineers and the 20th-ranked Syracuse Orange will play in the 2018 Camping World Bowl. The game will kick off at 5:15 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 28 at Camping World Stadium and will be televised nationally by ESPN. PrimeSport, in partnership with the WVU Alumni Association, Mountaineer Athletic Club and WVU Athletic Department are offering a Mountaineer Travel Package.
All active WVU football season ticket holders and 2018 Mountaineer Athletic Club members can now log in to their accounts at WVUGAME.com to request priority postseason bowl tickets. The priority deadline to request tickets is Dec. 3.
Featuring 22 home games at Monongalia County Ballpark, Director of Athletics Shane Lyons has announced the 2019 baseball schedule. The Mountaineers' 53-game schedule consist of 22 contests in Morgantown and 30 away from home, including the Backyard Brawl at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, and a matchup with Marshall at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston.
Supporters of West Virginia University donated more than $6 million Wednesday (Nov. 14) during the University’s second annual Day of Giving, more than doubling last year’s total. It was promoted as “One Day to Give Back” and donors responded making 3,001 gifts during the 24-hour online giving event totaling over $6.2 million.
The No. 8-ranked and second-seeded women's soccer team will play host to second- and third-round matches in the 2018 NCAA Tournament Thursday and Sunday (Nov. 16 and 18) at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium. The Mountaineers will face Wake Forest in the second of two matches Friday night, with kick set at 6 p.m.