WV Sports Now Daily Notebook – October 11
The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia University Athletics.
Update (6:30 PM) –
A WVU golfer posts a -9 under at the Xavier Invitational on Monday.
Way to go Max! The sophomore finishes second at 9-under-par at the Xavier Invitational!#HailWV pic.twitter.com/M4D9aAazQk
— WVU Golf (@WVUGolf) October 11, 2022
Update (3:00 PM) –
West Virginia’s coaching staff extended an offer 2024 4-star C JT Rock on Monday night. Rock is a 7-foot prospect out of Sioux Falls, S.D playing at Lincoln High School.
Update (12:00 PM) –
WVU will be sending two elite shooters to the 2022 International Shooting Sports Federation’s (ISSF) World Championships in Cairo, Egypt, from Oct. 12-25.
Good luck to Tal, Natalie and Mary at the @ISSF_Shooting World Championships in Cairo! 🎯🤩
📰 https://t.co/g1XJIJHSjO#HailWV pic.twitter.com/5Q1AZWOgK0
— WVU Rifle (@WVURifle) October 11, 2022
Update (10:00 AM) –
The San Francisco Giants hire a WVU alum to be their new general manager.
The #SFGiants have hired Houston Astros Assistant GM Pete Putila as the club’s new General Manager, President of Baseball Operations Farhan Zaidi announced tonight. pic.twitter.com/syMnFEGxmQ
— SFGiants (@SFGiants) October 11, 2022
Update (8:00 AM) –
WVU’s men’s soccer team takes on Lehigh in its non conference finale tonight. The match at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium is set for 7 p.m. ET.
We look to make it ✌️ in a row tomorrow night at our place!
Check out the Lehigh match preview ⤵️#HailWV https://t.co/ihdA7dSfj0
— WVU Men's Soccer (@WVUMensSoccer) October 10, 2022