The End of the Regular Season for the Golden Bears

27 04 2010

EAST BANK – It seemed just like the other day that Lawrence Nesselrodt and his West Virginia Tech Golden Bears kicked off their 2010 baseball season.

                 But the reality is that WVT will head over to Salem International University to face the Fighting Tigers on Wednesday for a 3:00 PM twin bill that will bring the curtain down on the regular season. Ness and his young Cubs (17 Freshman on the roster, including Kevin Bocock from here in Dayton) made great strides over the past 50 games will playing in the ultra-tough NAIA Mid-South Conference. The team will head out to Rio Grande, Ohio for the Mid-South tournament on Friday where they will play a best 2 of 3 versus the #2 seed Rio Grande (Ohio).

             So if you are in the Salem, West Virginia area on Wednesday afternoon you will have one more opportunity to catch the WVU-Tech nine in action!


Friday April 30     3:00PM   West Virginia U. Tech  @  Rio Grande    
  Game One – MSC Opening Round Tournament
Saturday May 1
    Game 2 Noon West Virginia U. Tech  @ Rio Grande      
                                                  Game 3  MSC Opening Round Tournament (If Necessary)
      West Virginia U. Tech  @  Rio Grande    



The Generals on the News

30 04 2009

Click here to head over to WHSV’s site to see the great coverage they gave our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Maybe you’ll even spot yourself, if you stopped by! 

Get excited – the season is only 35 days away!

Rain, Rain PPPLLLEEEAAASSSEEE Go Away ! Hours away from Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

29 04 2009
@ Kate Collins tonight - 5:00 P.M.

@ Kate Collins tonight - 5:00 P.M.

Just five and 1/2 hours away from the Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Please add a retractable roof for Kate Collins to the wish list.

Fort Defiance

29 03 2009

We made our way to Fort Defiance High School to put the last check in the last athletic director’s hands. While at FDHS, we met principal Larry Landes and athletic director Jack Tucker – you couldn’t have asked for a more stand-up or more grateful pair of administrators. We look forward to seeing them at Kate Collins field for Fort Defiance night in June.

Here are some pictures from our venture to FDHS.