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Roundup: West Virginia State women open with win at Seton Hill

Jordan Brock and Jasmine Blanton scored a team-high 14 points apiece as the West Virginia State women's basketball team picked up a 77-71 season-opening win Tuesday over host Seton Hill in Greensburg, Pa.

India Taste chipped in 13 points for the Yellow Jackets (1-0), while Kashauna Cook added 12 in the conference win. Katie Gattuso netted a game-high 18 points for Seton Hill (0-3).

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  • WVU SPORTS: Returned tickets for West Virginia's senior day football matchup with Kansas on Dec. 1 are now available for purchase. Fans can purchase tickets for the game online at WVUGAME.com.

  • The West Virginia women's basketball team has moved up to No. 12 in this week's Associated Press poll and No. 14 in the USA Today Sports Top 25 poll. The Mountaineers (3-0) return to the court Friday as they travel to the Florida International University Thanksgiving Classic in Miami to face LSU.
  • The West Virginia women's basketball team announced Tuesday the signing of Teana Muldrow, East Orange, N.J., and Lubirdia Gordon, Mount Vernon, N.Y., as part of the Mountaineer's 2013 signing class.
  • The West Virginia women's swimming and diving team has entered the Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com Top 25 this week, checking in at No. 23. West Virginia cracked the Top 25 after a second-place finish at the Pitt Invitational last weekend. Senior Mandie Nugent (100 fly, 200 fly) and junior Danielle Smith (100 back, 200 back) scored two individual wins apiece, while sophomores Jenelle Zee (100 breast) and Haily VandePoel (3-meter) each had one individual victory.
  • The West Virginia gymnastics team announced the signing of four athletes to letters of intent Tuesday: Brooklyn Doggette, Pickering, Ohio; Alexa Goldberg, Ivyland, Pa.; Rachel Sine, Bethlehem, Pa.; and Nicolette Swoboda, Columbus, Ohio.
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  • MU SPORTS: The Marshall softball team announced Tuesday the signing of three area players, Morgan Kelley and Morgan Zerkle of Milton and Jessica Watts of Wayne, to national letters of intent. Kelley, Watts and Zerkle were all members of the West Virginia Mountain Thunder, a summer travel team that recently captured the 18-and-under Eastern championship.

  • The Marshall baseball program will hold a youth camp day on Dec. 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for children ages 5-12. The camp will include instructional activities that encompass all parts of the game as well as game-type activities. For more information, contact Tyler Gatrell at (304) 972-7670.
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  • UC BASKETBALL: The University of Charleston men's and women's home basketball games against Davis & Elkins on Tuesday were postponed due to the passing of Senators assistant coach Roy F. Simms. No make-up date has been set.

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  • SOCCER LEAGUE: The West Virginia Soccer Association is accepting registrations for the 2013 West Virginia Country Roads State League. The WVCRSL is designed for under-12 through under-19 competitive teams wishing to compete in the West Virginia State Cup in May for the chance to move on to the U.S. Youth Soccer Region I Championships to be held in Rhode Island in June. Entry fee is $225 and the registration deadline is Jan. 7. For more information, contact Charlie Birkelbach at (304) 654-3747 or visit www.wvsoccer.net.

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  • POWER PLAYERS: The Pittsburgh Pirates announced Tuesday that five former West Virginia Power players have been added to the 40-man roster: Victor Black (2010-11), Ramon Cabrera (2010), Phil Irwin (2010), Tony Sanchez (2009) and Hunter Strickland (2009-10).

     


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