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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.

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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.

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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. 

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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).

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The second-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers rifle team close out their final home game of the season against the Navy Midshipmen with a win, 4706-4660.

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Fresh off an impressive double-header last week at home, the second-ranked West Virginia University rifle team defeated both Army and Coast Guard on Saturday.

The West Virginia University rifle team went into this week ranked No. 2 nationally after a two-week break. After Sunday, they should be in the conversation for top place as the Mountaineers won their home opener, defeating rival Memphis, 4711-4639.

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Despite being home to 17 NCAA-recognized sports teams, only one team at West Virginia University allows the strengths of men and women to come together on a level playing field.

After an extremely impressive and dominant five-year stretch, the West Virginia University Mountaineers rifle team shows no sign of slowing down.

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