From her collegiate beam debut back on Feb. 11, freshman Chloe Asper has become a major key for West Virginia’s gymnastics team.
The West Virginia gymnastics earned their first win of the 2021 season in the Backyard Brawl against Pittsburgh, 195.900-194.175 on Friday night.
The West Virginia gymnastics team might not have won a match yet this season, but that isn’t stopping WVU freshman Kiana Lewis from staying positive.
The West Virginia gymnastics head coach Jason Butts sat down with the media on Feb. 4 to talk about how he feels about the season so far and what needs to still improve with the team.
The West Virginia gymnastics team lost to No. 17 Iowa State on Sunday, 195.125- 195.175 in a competitive matchup.
The West Virginia University gymnastics team was at the height of its season when it all came crashing down due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. With the rest of the year canceled and having no plans on what was going to happen in the future, it left athletes and fans waiting.
The West Virginia gymnastics team kicks off the 2021 season on Friday with a meeting against the 2019 National Champion and reigning Big 12 Conference champion, No. 2 Oklahoma.
Head coach Jason Butts and the West Virginia gymnastics program added two new gymnasts to its ranks on Wednesday.
West Virginia gymnastics head coach Jason Butts said that his team was just hitting its stride as the season came to an abrupt end in the middle of March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The West Virginia gymnastics team traveled to Norman, Oklahoma, to face Texas Woman’s University and No. 1 Oklahoma on Friday to conclude its regular season Big 12 Conference slate.
It's a tale of two teams- men's' basketball has a phenomenal home record, but they can't seem to win on the road. Nick Kremer and Cody Nespor recap the Iowa State and Oklahoma games and look forward to the rest of the season. Plus, the boys talk women's' basketball, baseball, wrestling, tenn…
The West Virginia University gymnastics team traveled to Durham, New Hampshire, this weekend to compete against New Hampshire University, Brown, and George Washington in a quad meet.
CORRECTION: The original version of this story said that the team was 9-4 (which is false) and Abby Kaufman finished first-overall in the floor exercise (which is also false).
The West Virginia gymnastics team came in last place in a tri-meet at the Coliseum with the No. 7 Denver Pioneers and Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday night.
The West Virginia gymnastics team hopes to add its first win of the season during Sunday afternoon’s meet at the Coliseum against Towson and George Washington.
Starting in August, West Virginia University will implement the Clear Bag Policy made popular by the National Football League.
Junior gymnastics standout Robyn Bernard was named WVU Student Athlete of the Week after hitting two career best performances and a season high routine this weekend while the No. 25 Mountaineers hosted and topped No. 7 Denver, Temple and Towson at home.
While qualifying for the regional championships is a great accomplishment in its own right, this team felt it was bound for bigger things. Each gymnast was improving by the week, and the team was riding a huge wave of momentum heading into postseason play.
Second-seeded and No. 10-ranked California placed second with a score of 195.925 and successfully claimed a spot in the NCAA Championships alongside Alabama.
In order to qualify for the National Championships, you must place in either the top two spots where you will be granted an automatic bid straight into competition or you must finish third or fourth where you will compete in a semifinal match for the right to go to the championships.
The Oklahoma Sooners were the eventual champions, finishing with a score of 198.05 and claiming their fifth straight Big 12 title. Although they finished miles behind the Sooners, Denver claimed second place in the competition with a score of 196.725. Iowa State took the fourth spot with a 1…
The Mountaineers closed their regular season with two impressive wins in a home-and-home series against the University of Pittsburgh, earning scores of 195.925 and 195.825.
The Mountaineers finished the regular season with a record of 10-6 after winning eight straight games and turning around their season. The team has put themselves in a good position heading into postseason play next weekend at the Big 12 Championship in Frisco, Texas.
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