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FSU survives scare from OVU: PHOTOS
Someone didn’t give 15th-seeded Ohio Valley the memo that it was supposed to roll over and play dead in the opening round of the annual West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament Tuesday evening.
PHOTOS- Lady Falcons roll past Wheeling
Emily Lohr set the tone early for Fairmont State here Monday evening in the opening round of the annual West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament, and her teammates played off her beautifully.
FSU men set for WVIAC tourney
The Fairmont State University men’s basketball team is set to tip off at 7:30 p.m. today at Joe Retton Arena against Ohio Valley.
Toeing the line
Let the playoffs begin.
The No. 3-seeded Fairmont State women’s basketball team is hoping to continue its three-game winning streak past No. 14 seed Wheeling Jesuit.
Falcons bounce back, rout OVU: PHOTOS
Maybe it was the shocking loss to Seton Hill Thursday evening or possibly the 5 a.m. practice session that followed Friday morning.
Whatever the case, Fairmont State University’s men’s basketball team awoke from its slumber here Saturday afternoon and steamrolled visiting Ohio Valley University, 90-42.
Lady Falcons avoid upset, topple OVU: PHOTOS
Senior Day is always special.
Fairmont State seniors Kaitlin Snyder and Tiffany Nicholson were determined Saturday it would stay that way at the Joe Retton Arena.
Staying home at FSU pays off for Garrett
Fairmont State University sophomore basketball player Hailey Garrett has quickly been able to translate the success she enjoyed at North Marion High School, where she was a member of three straight state championship teams, to the college level.
FSU closes regular season today
If Fairmont State’s men’s basketball team were planning on licking its collective wounds after a surprising road loss at Seton Hill (Pa.) Thursday, the Falcons didn’t have much time to do so.
After all, they were back at work the very next day — even before the sun came up.
Seton Hill stuns lifeless FSU, 76-73
One day after the first NCAA Division II Regional Rankings were announced and Fairmont State’s men’s basketball team learned that it was third in those all-important ratings, the Falcons went out Thursday night and turned in one of their most dismal and pathetic performances of the season.
Lady Falcons hold off Seton Hill, 72-71
Fairmont State’s Kaitlin Snyder came up with a game-saving steal with 10 seconds remaining to help the Lady Falcons hold off a furious comeback bid by Seton Hill here Thursday night and record a hard-fought 72-71 West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victory at the McKenna Center.
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