Last May, Killian Cardinale was faced with the biggest decision of his young life.
The West Virginia wrestling team came out with a win against the Bucknell Bisons on Sunday afternoon, while also hosting the No. 15 Oklahoma Sooners at the WVU Coliseum in Morgantown.
West Virginia University head wrestling coach Tim Flynn announced Thursday that Killian Cardinale has joined the WVU wrestling program.
It's the biggest win of the season as WVU men's basketball beat Baylor to round out the regular season. Nick and Cody recap the win and look at tournament implications, plus updates on baseball, the return of football, women's basketball recaps, and big wrestling news.
The West Virginia wrestling team traveled to Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the Big 12 Championships this past weekend.
With the regular season over, the West Virginia wrestling team has now turned its focus to the Big 12 Championships this weekend.
So far in his second year at West Virginia University, head wrestling coach Tim Flynn has experienced growing pains. Yet, he has recently received some good news.
The West Virginia wrestling team traveled to Iowa for a weekend with two Big 12 dual meets. The first match took place Friday against No. 16 Northern Iowa, where the Mountaineers were only able to win two matchups on the night and lost by a score of 36-6.
After appearing in all four coaches’ panel ranking last season, WVU’s Noah Adams, Nick Kiussis and Brandon Ngati were all ranked in the first coaches’ panel this season.
Noah Adams, a redshirt sophomore member of the West Virginia wrestling team, has been named Wrestler of the Week by the Big 12 Conference.
The Mountaineers began their trip through Oklahoma Friday night with a stop in Stillwater for a matchup with No. 9 Oklahoma State. The Cowboys proved to be too much for the Mountaineers as they won eight of the ten matches for a 37-9 victory.
The West Virginia wrestling team traveled to West Point Sunday for a matchup with a strong Army team.
The West Virginia wrestling team traveled to Appalachian State University on Saturday to participate in the Mountaineer Invitational.
The West Virginia University wrestling season kicked off Sunday as the team traveled to Roanoke, Virginia, for the Southeast Open, formerly known as the Hokie Open.
The 2019-20 wrestling season kicked off Sunday for the Mountaineers when they traveled to Virginia Tech to compete in this year’s edition of the Hokie Open. The team participated in the event without one of its best wrestlers from a year ago, redshirt junior Matthew Schmitt.
With the start of the wrestling season fast approaching, the Mountaineers’ starting lineup was solidified at the 2019 WVU Wrestle-Off on Saturday.
Although having a disappointing finish to the season, the West Virginia wrestling team will be sending five members to the NCAA Championships this weekend at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.
The Mountaineers finish strong but their middle of the lineup struggles continued in their regular season finale against South Dakota State, losing 22-19.
Coach Tim Flynn’s first year with the West Virginia University wrestling team has been full of ups and downs.
The West Virginia wrestling team lost to Army West Point 28-10 on Friday during Senior Night at the Coliseum, causing them to drop to 4-13 on the season with one regular season match remaining.
The West Virginia wrestling team took two wins on Friday, beating California State University Bakersfield, 21-16, and Utah Valley, 26-13.
Following three straight losses, the WVU wrestling team looks to right the ship on Friday against their biggest test of the season — the No. 3 Oklahoma State Cowboys.
The WVU wrestling team started off the 2018 season with a 22-14 win at the Coliseum against Big 12 partner Northern Colorado, giving head coach Tim Flynn his first win as a Mountaineer.
On April 18, West Virginia Director of Athletics Shane Lyons announced Tim Flynn as the ninth head coach of the WVU wrestling team.
The West Virginia University wrestling program turned a corner last week, hiring longtime Edinboro head coach Tim Flynn.
The Mountaineer wrestling emergence at the NCAA Wrestling Championships was swiftly shortened this weekend but not without an All-American honor and an eighth-place finisher.
Three Mountaineer wrestlers got bids for the Big 12 Championships, held at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, this season.
In front of a record-breaking 4,517 fans, the West Virginia University wrestling team beat Clarion, 25-13, in the Beast portion of the Beauty and the Beast event.
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