A 28-8 run and four players in double-figure scoring weren’t enough to keep Virginia-Wise alive in the Mountain East Conference men’s basketball tournament Wednesday.
The Virginia-Wise men’s and women’s basketball teams head to West Virginia this week for Mountain East tournament action after exceeding expectations — at least those of league coaches.
Virginia-Wise lost Saturday’s game against Concord but backed into the Mountain East Conference men’s basketball tournament anyway.
As Charleston started to pull away from Virginia-Wise in the second half Wednesday, so did the chances the Cavaliers clinching a berth in next week’s Mountain East Conference basketball tournament in Wheeling, W. Va.
Charleston scored the first eight points of the second half to break a 36-36 tie and never trailed in the final 20 minutes on the way to an 85-74 Mountain East Conference win over the host Cavaliers at the Prior Convocation Center on Wednesday. In
The Virginia-Wise softball team finished last season 29-23 overall and 16-16 in the Mountain East, and coach Karen Bitter has plenty of experience back from that squad.
Thomas Lang sank a jumper inside the lane with 10 seconds left to play to give Shepherd an 80-79 Mountain East Conference win over Virginia-Wise on Saturday at the Prior Convocation Center.
WISE — A career night from Ada Stanley and a full-court pressure defense led Virginia-Wise to a come-from-behind 76-61 Mountain East Conference women’s basketball win over Fairmont State at the Prior Convocation Center Thursday.
The Fairmont State men's and women's basketball teams paid a visit to Virginia-Wise Thursday. The Cavalier women claimed a victory, but the men fell to the No. 24 Fighting Falcons.
On July 1, Virginia-Wise leaves the Mountain East Conference and joins the South Atlantic Conference, becoming the league’s first member from Virginia.
WISE — Virginia-Wise’s J.K. Cummings hit the biggest shot of her collegiate basketball career against West Virginia State Wednesday night.
The Virginia-Wise men and women welcomed Notre Dame College to the Prior Center for a Mountain East Conference basketball doubleheader on Monday. The Falcons swept the Cavaliers, winning the men's game 97-86 and the women's game 64-53.
WISE — The Virginia-Wise men’s and women’s basketball teams have plenty of motivation heading into the 2018-19 season.
Virginia-Wise went into Saturday’s homecoming contest allowing opponents 280.5 yards per game then saw Fairmont State put up 516 yards in a 24-6 MEC win at Carl Smith Stadium.
Coach Kristen Salyer’s Cavaliers enter the 2018 campaign with only two seniors and two juniors on the roster. The remainder of the 15-woman roster features six sophomores and five freshmen.