The Virginia-Wise softball team finished last season 29-23 overall and 16-16 in the Mountain East, and coach Karen Bitter has plenty of experience back from that squad.
Thomas Lang sank a jumper inside the lane with 10 seconds left to play to give Shepherd an 80-79 Mountain East Conference win over Virginia-Wise on Saturday at the Prior Convocation Center.
WISE — A career night from Ada Stanley and a full-court pressure defense led Virginia-Wise to a come-from-behind 76-61 Mountain East Conference women’s basketball win over Fairmont State at the Prior Convocation Center Thursday.
The Fairmont State men's and women's basketball teams paid a visit to Virginia-Wise Thursday. The Cavalier women claimed a victory, but the men fell to the No. 24 Fighting Falcons.
On July 1, Virginia-Wise leaves the Mountain East Conference and joins the South Atlantic Conference, becoming the league’s first member from Virginia.
WISE — Virginia-Wise’s J.K. Cummings hit the biggest shot of her collegiate basketball career against West Virginia State Wednesday night.
The Virginia-Wise men and women welcomed Notre Dame College to the Prior Center for a Mountain East Conference basketball doubleheader on Monday. The Falcons swept the Cavaliers, winning the men's game 97-86 and the women's game 64-53.
WISE — The Virginia-Wise men’s and women’s basketball teams have plenty of motivation heading into the 2018-19 season.
Virginia-Wise went into Saturday’s homecoming contest allowing opponents 280.5 yards per game then saw Fairmont State put up 516 yards in a 24-6 MEC win at Carl Smith Stadium.
Coach Kristen Salyer’s Cavaliers enter the 2018 campaign with only two seniors and two juniors on the roster. The remainder of the 15-woman roster features six sophomores and five freshmen.
Virginia-Wise used a tough, extra-inning loss in its first game Saturday as motivation to bounce back to win the second game of a Mountain East Conference softball doubleheader at Cavalier Field.
Virginia-Wise goes into its Mountain East Conference softball schedule riding an 11-5 start to the season. A big part of the early success has come from players playing close to home.
Virginia-Wise will have its third women’s basketball head coach in as many seasons after the school didn’t renew the interim contract of Elise Clyburn.
No one should really be surprised by the new swagger around the Virginia-Wise football camp this preseason.
Coming off its first winning season in nearly a decade, the Virginia-Wise football team was picked to finish fourth in the Mountain East Conference during the league's annual media day on Tuesday.