West Virginia Mountaineers

The West Virginia Mountaineers are the athletic teams of West Virginia University. The school is a member of National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I. The Mountaineers have been a member of the Big 12 since 2012. The Mountaineers will also join the Mid-American Conference as an affiliate member for men's soccer. The school's mascot is known as the Mountaineer. The two major sports at the university are football (played at the Mountaineer Field) and basketball (played at the WVU Coliseum), although many of the other sports have large followings as well. The West Virginia University athletic program also has the honor of being the only school in the nation in 2007 to win a BCS game, a NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament game, and a NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament game.

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West Virginia Mountaineers Football
... The West Virginia Mountaineers football team represents West Virginia University (also referred to as "WVU" or "West Virginia") in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of ... West Virginia plays its home games on Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium on the campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia ... The Mountaineers compete in the Big 12 Conference ...
Shawn Foreman - College Career - Career Statistics
... Statistics Receiving Year Team G Rec Yards Y/R TD LNG 1995 West Virginia Mountaineers 53. 13.3 1996 ... West Virginia Mountaineers 415. 16.6 1997 ... West Virginia Mountaineers 12 77 ... Block 1995 West Virginia Mountaineers 1996 ... West Virginia Mountaineers 1997 ... West Virginia Mountaineers 1998 ... West Virginia ... His 2,347 receiving yards ranks third on the West Virginia all-time receiving yardage list ...
West Virginia Mountaineers - Notable Athletes
... See also List of West Virginia University alumni Joe Alexander - Former NBA player for the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls Tavon Austin Stedman Bailey John Barton - Head Football Coach of the ... - Current basketball player in NBA Development League Major Harris - Quarterbacked for West Virginia in their 1988 undefeated season ... for the Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars Rich Rodriguez - Former head football coach at West Virginia University and University of Michigan Todd Sauerbrun ...
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