The No. 4 West Virginia University rifle team is preparing for the Great American Rifle Conference Championship on Saturday and Sunday at the WVU Rifle Range.
The West Virginia rifle team finished with a score of 4713 in the NCAA Qualifying Match to send them to the NCAA Championships as the Mountaineers will look to reclaim their sixth title in the last nine years.
The No. 4 West Virginia University rifle team dropped its final match of the regular season on Saturday against No. 2 Kentucky by a score of 4723-4717.
The West Virginia University rifle team has faced adversity all season, but through coach Jon Hammond’s leadership, the Mountaineers are currently undefeated and looking to continue their dominance on the range and win another NCAA Championship.
The No. 4 West Virginia University rifle team won Sunday’s match against No. 3 Ole Miss by scoring a season high in points and winning 4737-4713.
The No. 4 West Virginia rifle team won its quad-match versus No. 3 Ole Miss, No. 12 Akron and No. 14 Navy on Saturday with an overall score of 4734 in Morgantown.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has affected all college athletics over the past year, the West Virginia rifle team has returned to the range and is continuing to dominate the sport.
The No. 4 West Virginia rifle team continued its success, winning at No. 13 Ohio State 4718-4665 on Tuesday, at the Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range in Columbus, Ohio.
The No. 4 West Virginia rifle team won its home opener on Saturday against Ohio State 4712-4661. The Mountaineers won both disciplines, winning the smallbore 2334-2308 and the air rifle 2378-2353.
After a season cut short due to COVID-19, the No. 1 West Virginia rifle team opened the 2021 season with 4715-4655 a win against No. 10 Akron. The Mountaineers swept the Zips in both disciplines, winning both the smallbore (2333-2307) and the air rifle (2382-2385).
With the NCAA’s rifle championships slated to begin on Friday in Lexington, Kentucky, the Daily Athenaeum had the chance to talk with West Virginia head rifle coach Jon Hammond last week about his expectations going into the event, the success his team has had this season and more.
Another bad week for men's basketball with losses against Texas and Oklahoma. Nick and Cody look at the WVU men's basketball slide, as well as updates from women's basketball, baseball, rifle, swimming and diving and wrestling.
The WVU rifle team followed up a second-place effort in the smallbore competition on Friday with another strong performance in Saturday’s action.
The No. 3 ranked West Virginia University rifle team shot at the Bill McKenzie Rifle Range inside the WVU Shell Building on Saturday for the NCAA qualifying match.
The West Virginia rifle team fell to the top-ranked Kentucky Wildcats in a very competitive matchup on Saturday morning in Morgantown.
Nick Kremer, Cody Nespor, and Charles Montgomery talk about the Texas tech loss for men's basketball, plus updates on women's basketball, gold, tennis and track & field.
Nick and Cody return from their long hiatus to bring you the latest in WVU sports. This week, the boys talk about big strives in men's and women's basketball, rifle, gymnastics and wrestling.
The West Virginia rifle team gained a conference victory over Army by a score of 4683-4648 on Sunday at the Bill McKenzie Rifle Range in Morgantown.
A recent bill introduced in the West Virginia Senate could have a strong monetary impact on the WVU rifle program.
In our final episode of 2019, Nick and Cody review the final game of the football season, plus men's and women's basketball, wrestling and much more.
Nick and Cody recap an impressive win by WVU football over Kansas State, plus the rifle team takes on Japan, and the boys talk men's basketball, women's basketball, women's soccer, men's soccer, and much more.
The West Virginia rifle team prevailed for the victory on Saturday after shooting for a total of 4,719 points.
Nick and Cody agree- the WVU football loss to Texas Tech is the worst loss of the season. The boys breakdown the game, as well as a preview of the Kansas State game. Plus men's basketball, women's basketball, and much more.
In this episode, Nick and Cody talk about yet another loss for WVU football to Baylor, along with updates in men's basketball, women's soccer, rifle, and much more.
The No. 1 West Virginia rifle team defeated the No. 8 Ole Miss Rebels by a close overall total score of 4704-4674 in Oxford, Mississippi, on Saturday.
In this Halloween edition, Nick and Cody have some tricks and treats including a preview of WVU football vs Baylor, a tie for rifle, men's and women's basketball, and much more.
The West Virginia rifle team opened up their regular season home schedule against TCU on Saturday morning, shooting an identical total aggregate score of 4,708 on the day.
The No. 1 West Virginia rifle team will come home for its first homestand of the season to face off against No. 2 TCU on Saturday morning at the WVU Rifle Range.
Despite a second relay rally from Ginny Thrasher and Milica Babic, the WVU rifle couldn’t secure their 20th national championship, coming in second behind TCU.
For the first time, the 19-time national champion West Virginia Mountaineers rifle team will host the national championship.
On the road to claim a possible 20th national championship, the fourth-ranked Mountaineers claimed their 10th consecutive GARC conference title in the process.
In a week that saw the West Virginia rifle team move up to the top of the national rankings, it also sets them up for a chance to head back to the NCAA Championship for a fifth straight time.
After finishing the regular season undefeated for a fourth-straight time, the second-ranked West Virginia Mountaineer rifle team have their sights firmly set on finishing this season perfectly.
For the fourth year in a row, the West Virginia University rifle team has finished the regular season undefeated by knocking off the defending national champion Kentucky Wildcats (11-1, 7-1 GARC).