WV Sports Now Daily Notebook – September 6
The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia University Athletics.
Update (10:08 AM)-
*This Saturday, freshman DB/RB David Davis, a freshman from Imani Christian Academy in Pittsburgh, will be in Morgantown for WVU’s home opener. Davis is a rising recruit, who last night received his first D-1 offer from Terry Smith and Penn State.
You won’t regret watching this ⚠️ @Chise89 @ImaniCAFootball @210ths – https://t.co/LHmYqgT3xJ
— David Davis (DB/RB) (@DavidDavis791) September 3, 2022
Update (8:00 a.m.)-
The West Virginia men’s soccer team returns to Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium to begin a three-game homestand beginning at 7 p.m. Tuesday night against American.
No. 18 ranked West Virginia (1-2) is coming off a 3-2 come-from-behind loss to Penn State on Sept. 2. The Mountaineers held a 2-1 lead, but back-to-back goals put the Nittany Lions ahead.
This will be the ninth all-time meeting between West Virginia and American, with the Mountaineers leading the series 6-1-1, including a perfect 4-0 in Morgantown. The two teams last met in 2018, where West Virginia claimed a 5-1 victory.
Tuesday is also Military & Service Member Appreciation Night, as fans that have proof of military or medical employee certification will receive free admission.
We're home, and we're ready 👊
Here's your American preview ⤵#HailWV | #DefendDlesk https://t.co/LISmhSJuFx
— WVU Men's Soccer (@WVUMensSoccer) September 5, 2022