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Decorated WVU/VT former coaches to serve as honorary captains for Black Diamond Trophy Game

Former West Virginia University football coach and Hall of Famer Don Nehlen and former Virginia Tech football coach and almost assuredly soon to be Hall of Famer Frank Beamer, will serve as honorary captains when West Virginia and Virginia Tech renew their rivalry for the Black Diamond Trophy at FedExField on Sunday, Sept. 3 at 7:30 p.m., televised on ABC.

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Charity softball game set for Friday

Mountaineer fans are invited to Monongalia County Ballpark on Friday (Aug. 25) for the fourth annual WVU men's basketball charity slow pitch softball game. First pitch is scheduled for 6 p.m.

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Mountaineers begin season No. 22 in AP Poll

West Virginia begins the season ranked No. 22 in the Associated Press Top 25 college football poll. It is the third time under coach Dana Holgorsen that West Virginia is starting the season ranked in the writers' poll, the other instances coming in 2011 and 2012.

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WVU and IMG debut Mountaineer Tailgate Club

West Virginia University Athletics and IMG announced Friday (Aug. 18) the debut of the Mountaineer Tailgate Club, a customizable, premier tailgate and hospitality experience for Mountaineer fans attending home games at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium.

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New video board unveiled at football stadium

The new video board in the north end of Milan Puskar Stadium is nearing completion and has been unveiled. The new high definition video board is 37.2 feet high by 97.2 feet long for a total of 3,616 square feet. The square footage dwarfs the south end video board, which is 23.6 feet high by 85 feet long for a total of 2,006 square feet.

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2017 promotional slate set for women’s soccer

Fresh off the program's first trip to the NCAA College Cup, an exciting promotional slate is scheduled for the top-ranked West Virginia University women's soccer team's return to Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium this fall.

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Lyons: Grid Scheduling a Complicated Process

The average college football fan today probably understands that schedules are developed many, many years in advance, but most don’t fully appreciate all of the complexities that are sometimes involved in the process. Director of Athletics Shane Lyons, covering a variety of topics with the media on Wednesday afternoon at the Milan Puskar Center, provided some insight on the subject.

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Two home women’s soccer matches slated for TV

The Mountaineers’ contest against Oklahoma on Sunday, Oct. 8, will be broadcast throughout the state of West Virginia and the Pittsburgh region on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh at 2 p.m. ET. The match was previously scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. ET. Fans outside of the region also will be able to watch the match on local FSN channels.

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Mountaineers and Libraries renew TD Challenge

The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and WVU Libraries are teaming up again for the Mountaineer Touchdown Challenge, a fundraising campaign to benefit the Libraries.

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Piatczyc to miss 2017 men’s soccer season

Senior midfielder Joey Piatczyc will miss the 2017 season after sustaining a knee injury prior to the start of preseason practice. He had successful surgery last Friday.