WV Sports Now Daily Notebook – March 12
The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia University Athletics.
Update (4:15 PM) –
Versatile recruit Luke Savino officially signs with West Virginia. During his 2022 season, Savino converted three out of his four field goal attempts, including connecting on a 40-yarder. He also succeeded on 43 of 49 extra-points. Savino recorded a touchback 76% of the time on kickoffs and even received some action on offense, rushing for 1,230 yards on 152 carries.
Officially a WVU Mountaineer!#HailWV @NealBrown_WVU @CoachKoonz @CoachTThompson @TuckerDonati @SomersFootball @somerstdownclub @FitnessBarn @Gscullzpro @WVUfootball @OneOnOneNJNYPA @brendancahill_ @coachripshwtime @WVUFBRecruiting pic.twitter.com/ca1kEIBhsY
— Luke Savino K/P/RB '23 (@luke_savino) March 13, 2023
Update (2:20 PM) –
A graphic shows West Virginia as one of only 26 schools to make both the men’s and women’s NCAA Tournaments this season.
Double the trouble this March 😈 pic.twitter.com/Fu4W30yHN9
— FOX College Hoops (@CBBonFOX) March 13, 2023
Update (12:00 PM)
The time and network schedule has been announced for the WVU women’s basketball team’s first round matchup with Arizona.
Time, Network Announced for WVU WBB’s First Round Matchup with Arizona
Update (9:00 AM) –
Reports indicate former Texas head coach Chris Beard is expected to be hired by Ole Miss.
BREAKING: Ole Miss is expected to hire former Texas coach Chris Beard within in the next 24-48 hours, source told @stadium.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) March 13, 2023
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