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Fall 2017

Blades of Grace

Come catch the WVU Figure Skating team swirling and twirling during Mountaineer hockey intermissions at Morgantown Municipal Ice Arena. The skating team, projected to have between eight and 12 skaters this year, begins its competitive season in January.  The WVU team is part of the Eastern Section of U.S. Collegiate Figure Skating, and it can proudly boast that it's trounced Harvard. WVU figure skaters are also working on starting a synchro team this year. For more info, search for them on Twitter or Facebook. 
Figure skating

The Great Defender

Senior guard Jevon Carter leads eight returning lettermen from last year’s 28-8 team. The Mountaineers made their eighth NCAA appearance in 10 years and finished the year ranked No. 13 in the final Associated Press poll and No. 11 in the final USA Today Coaches Poll. Carter was the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year, All-Big 12 Second Team, All-Big 12 Defensive Team, the NABC Defensive Player of the Year and the Lefty Driesell Defensive Player of the Year.
Jevon Carter

Living Legend

Coach Bob Huggins became the 10th Division I head coach to win 800 games on Dec. 17, 2016, against UMKC, and is now in eighth place all-time on the NCAA Division I winningest coaches list. His record now stands at 819-330, entering his 35th season as a head coach. Huggins trails Jim Phelan by 11 wins for seventh place all-time. Huggins is the third-winningest active Division I coach behind Mike Krzyzewski and Jim Boeheim.
Photo by M.G. Ellis

Pumped Up Kicks

Junior forward Sh’Nia Gordon reacts after scoring the first goal in the team’s 2-1 win vs. No. 1 Penn State on Sept. 2 at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium. The victory was the program’s first over a No. 1-ranked opponent in Morgantown.
Sh'Nia Gordon

Letters Only

More than 100 student-athletes from 18 varsity sports were honored at the first letterman’s jacket ceremony in August. The idea for the inaugural ceremony came from Athletic Director Shane Lyons who wanted to recognize student-athletes who earned their first varsity letter at WVU. 

Rivalry Renewed

When parents move feuding kids to separate sides of a shared bedroom, it's supposed to be more peaceful. But it's also much less fun. The WVU-Virginia Tech rivalry is like that. Alumni and fans could not wait until the end of the 12-year football matchup drought. See the full photo story at
Rivalry Renewed

Hit the Ice

In this online-exclusive story, "Of Ice and Men," we take a look behind the grit and grind of the WVU Division I hockey team. 

Mountaineer Spirit Archive

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Mountaineer football is turning 125 - and we're here to tackle the team's most defining moments dating back to 1891.

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Fall 2014

Mountaineer spirit runs deep, and you’re invited behind-the-scenes to celebrate the heart of WVU athletics in moments large and small.

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Fall 2015

Golf is back, WVU women's soccer players wowed at the World Cup and a new tradition at Mountaineer Field was a hit.

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Fall 2017

Embrace the grace and grit of fall/winter sports at WVU.

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Spring 2015

This season we welcomed 5-year-old basketball player Nicholas Wince, said goodbye to legend Hot Rod Hundley and bagged a few championships.

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Summer 2016

Celebrate our athletes at the Rio Olympics.

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Summer 2017

See who's leading the weightlifting club at WVU. She's not messing around.

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Summer 2018

Scroll through the season’s greatest athletic hits on and off the field.

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