The West Virginia baseball team has played 33 games so far this season and holds a 15-18 record, which is well shy of the team’s lofty expectations. While the team has not had many excellent performances, there has been a lot of consistency on the team, starting with Vince Ippoliti.
On Wednesday the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association (NCBWA) added WVU relief pitcher, Jacob Watters, to the Stopper of the Year Midseason Watch List. Watters is a sophomore relief pitcher for the Mountaineers and has seen action in 11 games this season.
Following a 9-4 loss to Kansas State on Sunday, West Virginia dropped its fourth straight Big 12 series. The Mountaineers gave up two runs in each of the last three innings to fall behind and drop the third game of the series.
West Virginia picked up an extra-inning win over Kansas State while using just two pitchers. Jackson Wolf pitched the first eight innings for West Virginia and Jacob Watters pitched the last three innings to help WVU pick up a 4-3 win in 11 innings.
At the beginning of the 2021 college baseball season, West Virginia was set to have two notable starting pitchers with Jackson Wolf and Ryan Bergert on the mound. Due to an injury to Bergert, Wolf has had to shoulder the load as the lone Mountaineer ace.
The West Virginia baseball team has lost three straight Big 12 series and is set to face the Kansas State Wildcats in a three-game series starting on Friday in Manhattan, Kansas.
The West Virginia baseball team rallied in the final innings to upset No. 7 Texas Tech on a walk-off by Mikey Kluska to win, 6-5, on Saturday evening in Morgantown.
Senior left-handed pitcher Jackson Wolf allowed seven hits and six runs in a 7-2 loss for the West Virginia baseball team on Friday night against No. 7 Texas Tech.
The West Virginia baseball team will play its third top-25 team this season when it faces the No. 7 Texas Tech Red Raiders in a three-game series starting Friday in Morgantown.
McGwire Holbrook led the West Virginia baseball team with three hits in a 9-3 win over in-state rival Marshall on Wednesday in Morgantown.
Despite it being an up-and-down season for the West Virginia baseball team, freshman infielder Mikey Kluska has brought consistency and offensive power to the diamond for the Mountaineers on multiple occasions.
The West Virginia Mountaineers avoided a three-game sweep on Sunday with a dominant, 8-4, win over the Baylor Bears in Waco, Texas, to earn their first win since April 1.
The West Virginia baseball team has been on a downward spiral as it has lost three straight games, including a loss against Pittsburgh on Tuesday afternoon. Now, the Mountaineers will face Baylor in a three-game series starting Friday.
The West Virginia baseball team has played 23 games so far this season, and with that the team has begun learning what works and what doesn't.
The West Virginia baseball team’s losing streak extended to three games with a 5-1 loss against the Pittsburgh Panthers in the Backyard Brawl on Tuesday evening in Pittsburgh.
After a big 4-3 win over No. 16 Oklahoma State on Thursday, West Virginia fell flat on Friday night, suffering a 7-2 loss to the Cowboys. Adam Tulloch started for the Mountaineers and struggled with command early, walking three batters, allowing one hit and a run in the first inning.
West Virginia upset the No. 16 Oklahoma State Cowboys, 4-3, behind eight strikeouts from left-hander Jackson Wolf on Thursday night in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Following a series victory against the Kansas Jayhawks, the West Virginia baseball team returns to action against No. 16 Oklahoma State in a three-game series, starting Thursday in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
On Saturday, West Virginia and Kansas played a doubleheader with two completely opposite outcomes. In the first game, Kansas took it to WVU and came out with a 9-2 victory, but in the second game, West Virginia won 15-2 after a mercy rule was called into play.
The West Virginia baseball team has gotten off to a rocky start with an 8-8 record through its first 16 non-conference games. The offense has not been the problem as the team has averaged over five runs per game with Victor Scott leading the way in most offensive statistics.
On Sunday, the West Virginia baseball team dropped the final game of its series with Coastal Carolina by a score of 9-6. West Virginia had an opportunity to tie or win the game with bases loaded and two outs in the ninth inning, but was unable to capitalize.
The West Virginia baseball team overcame an early 4-0 deficit to defeat Coastal Carolina, 5-4, on Saturday and take game two of the series.
On Friday, the West Virginia baseball team had an opportunity to avenge its earlier season loss to Coastal Carolina but the Mountaineers were unable to overcome a four-run fourth inning and lost 5-2.
West Virginia kicked off its series versus Morehead State with a 7-1 victory on Tuesday as a five-run third inning propelled the Mountaineers to victory.
On Saturday, the No. 23 West Virginia baseball team split a doubleheader with Central Michigan. West Virginia lost the first game 12-4, but won the second game, 8-7, thanks to a tenth inning walk off home run from Mikey Kluska.
No. 23 West Virginia kicked off its home-opening series Friday with a 5-3 loss to Central Michigan, Jackson Wolf pitched five innings and gave up four runs.
The No. 23 West Virginia baseball team will play its home opener Friday versus Central Michigan. The Mountaineers were originally scheduled to play their home opener on March 5 versus Kent State but the team had to take a COVID-19 pause and miss four games.
The No. 23 West Virginia baseball team kept up with Coastal Carolina through six innings in Conway, South Carolina, but couldn’t prevail, falling, 10-5.
The Coastal Carolina Baseball Tournament started Friday morning with No. 23 West Virginia picking up a 13-3 victory over Kennesaw State. The Mountaineers were led by seven shutout innings from starting left-handed pitcher Jackson Wolf.
The No. 23 West Virginia baseball team will compete in the Coastal Carolina University Baseball Tournament starting Friday at 11:30 a.m. with a game versus Kennesaw State.
In game four of its series versus Georgia State, No. 14 West Virginia came away with a 3-2 victory. A sixth inning bunt from Mikey Kluska gave WVU the final lead.
The No. 14 West Virginia baseball team had a rough outing on Saturday as it lost both games in a doubleheader against Georgia State.
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