WVSN Notebook 4/4: Erik Stevenson’s Farewell Message, WVU Legends on Wren Baker
The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning WVU Athletics.
Update (4:00 PM) –
Former West Virginia guard Erik Stevenson closed his final chapter in college basketball with a tweet directed to his final year. Stevenson thanked WVU for everything.
Update (1:00 PM) –
Former Mountaineer Adam “Pacman” Jones talks highly of WVU athletic director Wren Baker while appearing on fellow West Virginia football alum Pat McAfee’s show.
"WVU has money and a new AD" ~ @REALPACMAN24
SING IT WITH US @tyschmit 😂😂 #PMSLive pic.twitter.com/zYhwQgVsJu
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) April 4, 2023
Update (8:30 AM) –
A local to Morgantown class of 2024 recruit Anthony Rivera tweeted about his recent experience at WVU football Spring practice. The lineman is listed at 6’2” and 308 pounds.
Had a great time at WVU spring practice this past weekend can’t wait to come back @DrewCasa_ @WVUFBRecruiting @NealBrown_WVU @WVUfootball @WVSportsNow @CoalfieldsCo @UHSHawks @theUjwkelley @BlueGoldNews @Jeffery_Cobb pic.twitter.com/mDXyX9OGpp
— Anthony “Cookie” Rivera (@CookieRivera62) April 3, 2023
2024 University HS OL/DL Anthony Rivera Hopes Aggressiveness Will Land Him Opportunity
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