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. 

The West Virginia golf team finished tied for third Sunday in the Seminole Intercollegiate. Junior Etienne Papineau led the Mountaineers for the second tournament in a row.

The West Virginia golf team traveled to Gainesville, Florida over the weekend to compete in the Florida Gators Invitational. The Mountaineers finished eighth, shooting 21-over par.

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.

On the actual opening day, a freshman led the West Virginia University golf team through two rounds at The Old Town Club Collegiate Invitational in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

On opening day, the West Virginia University golf team’s first round of play was suspended at the VCU Invitational due to inclement weather on Monday in Richmond, Virginia.

WVU golf will look to make some noise this week when it will travel to Tulsa, Okla., on Monday to compete in the Big 12 Championship.

The WVU golf team took home a second-place finish and junior Max Sear took second overall at the Rutherford Intercollegiate in State College, Pennsylvania on Sunday.

The West Virginia University golf team will compete in its fourth tournament of the spring this weekend at the Furman Intercollegiate in Greenville, S.C.

The West Virginia University golf team’s three freshman, Matthew Sharpstene, Mark Goetz and Logan Perkins, have been finding their way into the lineup this spring and are playing well.

The WVU Golf squad picked up its second win on the year Tuesday after climbing three spots on the leaderboard in the final round in the Martin Downs Collegiate in Palm City, Florida.

The West Virginia golf team finished up the fall portion of the 2017-18 season with a 14th place finish at the Ka’naapali Classic in Lahaina, Hawaii.

Only one match remains for the West Virginia golf team before the fall season ends, and the team is heading into the break looking to gain momentum for the spring.

West Virginia completed one round and had one round cut short due to darkness on Monday, currently sitting in seventh place at 9-over-par in the Mountaineer Health Plan Invitational at the Pete Dye Golf Club in Bridgeport, West Virginia.

The WVU Golf team went into the final round of the Janney VCU Shootout with the lead and never gave it back, finishing the weekend at 22-under-par to earn a season-opening victory.

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