West Virginia golfer Mark Goetz turned heads this past weekend at the 121st US Open Amateur Tournament despite an early exit.
For the first time in school history, the West Virginia golf team is sending an individual competitor to the NCAA Golf Regional, as senior Mark Goetz earned a bid as announced on Wednesday.
The West Virginia golf team completed the Big 12 Championship on Wednesday following three days of competition to finish in ninth place overall in Hutchinson, Kansas.
For the first time since 2019, West Virginia senior golfer Etienne Papineau returned to the links for the Mountaineers with his most recent appearance at the Mountaineer Invitational on Monday and Tuesday in Bridgeport.
The West Virginia golf team recorded an impressive victory at home, led by senior Mark Goetz’s career-best round. Goetz shot a 65 for 12-under-par and first overall at the Mountaineer Health Plan Invitational on Tuesday afternoon in Bridgeport, West Virginia.
In search for their first top-10 outing in a major non-conference tournament this year, the West Virginia golf team had an impressive outing at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate, where the squad finished in a tie for seventh place at the Charleston, South Carolina, golf course.
In the fall of 2014, West Virginia University’s athletic department announced that the men’s golf program would be reinstated. Since 2015, the golf program has competed under head coach Sean Covich in the Big 12 and at the end of the 2021 spring season, the seniors from one of Covich’s origi…
Coming off a lengthy three-week break period, the West Virginia golf team teed off at the George Hannon Invitational in Austin, Texas, on Monday and Tuesday.
The West Virginia golf team came out of the second tournament of the spring season with an impressive showing at the Seminole Intercollegiate in Tallahassee, Florida, recording one of the best rounds in program history on Saturday.
The West Virginia University golf team opened up their fall season with a disappointing third round this week at the Colonial Collegiate Invitational in Fort Worth, Texas.
West Virginia University golf senior Etienne Papineau will miss the entire golf season due to knee surgery, head coach Sean Covich announced Thursday.
West Virginia senior golfer Etienne Papineau announced Thursday that he would be returning to the University for his fifth year of competition.
With the ruling by the NCAA to award college spring sport athletes another year of eligibility due to COVID-19, West Virginia head golf coach Sean Covich has an interesting situation on his hands.
Over the weekend, the West Virginia golf team participated in the Florida Gators Invitational in Gainesville, Florida. The Mountaineers finished sixth overall as a team after the two-day event concluded.
The West Virginia golf team looked to continue their hot streak of good play into the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational at Isleworth Golf and Country Club in Windermere, Florida, this past week.
This past weekend, the No. 25 Mountaineer golf team rode a wave of momentum, including a big win in the previous week’s Health Plan Mountaineer Invitational and their first ever top-25 ranking, into the Big 12 Match Play tournament in Houston, Texas.
After a strong start in the first two rounds, the Mountaineer golf team finished tied for third with Louisville at this week’s Old Town Club Collegiate Invitational.
The Mountaineers golf team will be on the attack in the Old Town Club Collegiate Invitational this Monday and Tuesday — its second major tournament of the season.
The DA's Nick Kremer and Cody Nespor return for episode 3, and they still can't get over WVU football's performance last week. The boys recap the Missouri loss and give you their predictions for NC State. Plus, they talk men's and women's soccer, golf, and volleyball.
The Mountaineers will be teeing off their 2019-2020 season this weekend in Independence, Minnesota, at the Gopher Invitational.
In only the fourth season since golf returned to West Virginia University, the Mountaineers are hosting the Big 12 Championship, beginning Friday morning at The Greenbrier.
The West Virginia golf team is nearing the end of its season with only two more guaranteed tournaments remaining. The team will travel to University Park, Pennsylvania this weekend to participate in the Rutherford Intercollegiate tournament hosted by Penn State.
This Sunday, the West Virginia golf team will open its 2019 season against Penn State, but in a golfer-friendly climate. The team is heading to Orlando, Florida, to begin its season after a three-month offseason and will be led by senior Max Sear.
West Virginia men’s golf head coach Sean Covich stumbled upon one of the biggest forces in his program’s resurgence to a No. 39 national ranking.
Behind the stellar performances from senior Max Sear and sophomore Matthew Sharpstene, the West Virginia men’s golf team finish in seventh place at the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational.
The West Virginia golf team finished strong at the Big 12 Match Play Championship over the weekend.
Kurtis Grant coveted one particular item since he arrived on campus.
West Virginia senior Max Sear made history Tuesday afternoon.
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