WVSN Notebook 4/7: A Mountaineer Legend Dies, Joe Toussaint Returning
The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning WVU Athletics.
Update (4:30 PM) –
Former WVU basketball assistant coach Billy Hahn has died.
Update (1:50 PM) –
WVU guard Joe Toussaint is returning to the Mountaineers for his fifth season.
Update (1:00 PM) –
There’s been a time change to the WVU tennis team’s match on Saturday.
Tomorrow’s match vs No. 10 Iowa State will now take place at 11 a.m. ET, at the Mountaineer Tennis Courts.
🔗 https://t.co/HyR6Yu46Nf#HailWV pic.twitter.com/TaLjB5t1VS
— WVU Tennis (@WVUTennis) April 7, 2023
Update (12:30 PM) –
WVU basketball earns a number ranking among transfer portal classes so far in the offseason.
WVU Basketball Ranked No. 1 in Transfer Portal Class During Early Period
Update (8:30 AM) –
A 3-star Edge in the 2024 class Javon Hammonds Jr. from Ohio received an offer from WVU.
BLESSED to receive another D1 offer from West Virginia University🟡🔵!!@AllenTrieu @CoachLesley_WVU @Rivals_Clint #2024 #countryRoads pic.twitter.com/sy2XBsGjIj
— Javon “JJ” Hammonds jr (@hammonds_javon) April 7, 2023
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