Dibo might be Huggins’ most intriguing signee

FORMER CASPER (Wyo.) College basketball standout Remi Dibo was wrestling between scholarship offers from Memphis, Washington State and West Virginia when he took a recruiting visit to Morgantown.

Mountaineer assistant Erik Martin had handled the process to that point. Yet when the player arrived in Morgantown, Martin handed Dibo over to head coach Bob Huggins.

To say Dibo was surprised is an understatement.

Full Article at: The Charleston Gazette

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Mountaineers split with TCU

It has been no secret that one of the keys to West Virginia’s surprisingly successfully baseball season has been the performance of starting pitcher Harrison Musgrave.

That was on display again Saturday as Musgrave, a former star at Bridgeport High, hurled a complete game and struck out 14 as the Mountaineers beat Texas Christian 2-0 in the first game of a doubleheader at Appalachian Power Park.

Full Article at: The Charleston Gazette

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