After nearly a whole game of without a score, the West Virginia women's soccer team picked up an extra time win at Baylor, 2-1.The Mountaineers (8-2) out-shot the Bears 19-10 throughout the entire game, but neither team could get on the board for the first 88 minutes.
The West Virginia University athletic department released the 2017-18 wrestling schedule on Wednesday.WVU will begin the season on Oct. 27 with the Gold/Blue intra-squad match at the Shell Building before heading to the Clarion University campus in Pennsylvania to take on Big 12 affiliate member Utah Valley on Nov. 3 and participating in the Clarion Open on Nov. 5.
The WVU men's soccer team concluded their Washington metro area road trip with a 3-0 win over American on Tuesday afternoon. Albert Andres-Llop led the Mountaineers (5-1-2) with two points, scoring a goal and adding an assist. His incredible performance came just hours after he was named MAC Player of the Week.After American (1-6-1) jumped on the West Virginia's sluggish start, Tom Shepherd provided a boost with his first career goal in the 20th minute.
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Selecting a term
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