WVU roundup: Time, TV set for Tennessee football game

MORGANTOWN — The Southeastern Conference announced that WVU’s Sept. 1 football game, against Tennessee, at Bank of America Stadium, in Charlotte, N.C., will air on CBS at 3:30 p.m.

Season tickets are on sale for WVU’s six-game home schedule. Get them at WVUgame.com or at 1-800-988-4263.

CAMPS

Several WVU athletic programs will host camps, clinics and sessions this summer.

All camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants. Visit WVUcamps.com for more information or to register. Pricing and camp descriptions also can be found at that link.

Coach Randy Mazey and the Mountaineers baseball team are set to host seven camps from June through September.

The staff will host a Youth Summer Camp for players in eighth grade and under from July 11-13, at Monongalia County Ballpark. Travel Camps for players in 12th grade and under will take place June 13 (Martinsburg High), June 23 (Huntington High) and June 24 (Point Pleasant High). Campers of all ages are invited to the Father-Son Camp, set for June 9-10, at Monongalia County Ballpark. An Elite Skills Camp is set for June 26-27, at Monongalia County Ballpark, for ages 13-18. A Team Camp will be held Sept. 14-16.

The WVU football program will host eight camps, starting with the first of six Elite One-Day Camps for prospects entering grades 9-12, on Monday. The remaining Elite One-Day Camps will take place June 11, 16, 18 and 21 and July 28. The 7-on-7 Tournament and Big Man Camp for athletes entering grades 9-12 will take place June 22-23, while the Showtime Camp takes place July 27.

Coach Jason Butts and the WVU gymnastics team will host a pair of camps in June. The Day Camp for ages 7-11 will be June 19-21, while an Overnight Camp geared toward gymnasts ages 11-18 is set for June 22-24.

The men’s basketball team will hold four camps, starting with the Fantasy Camp, Friday-Sunday. All campers must be 21 years of age to participate in the three-day, two-night camp. A Team Camp for prospects entering grades 9-12 will take place June 15-17. Individual Camp for players ages 8-18 will take place June 17-20, followed by a Day Camp for ages 7-12, from July 30-Aug. 2.

Coach Marlon LeBlanc and the men’s soccer team will host a Youth Academy for players in eighth grade and under from June 12-15, as well as a Collegiate Prep Academy for prospects entering grades 7-12 from July 19-22.

The WVU tennis team will host a pair of camps, starting with the High School Camp for prospects entering grades 9-12 on June 25-29. Summer camp for players ages 6-18 is set for July 23-27.

Coach Reed Sunahara and the volleyball staff will offer several camps. The Mountaineer Academy, for grades 3-12, will take place June 5-7, followed by an Elite Camp for players entering grades 9-12, from July 13-15. A Serving Clinic for campers entering grades 3-12 will take place June 21, while a Position Camp for prospects entering grades 7-12 is set for July 12. A Middle School All Skills Camp will take place July 27-28, for players entering grades 5-8. The staff will offer satellite camps.

Coach Mike Carey and the WVU women’s basketball team will host three camps, starting with an Elite Camp from June 9-10, open to girls in grades 8-12. The Summer Shootout will take place June 22-24 and is open to all high school, middle school and AAU teams. A Day Camp is offered to girls in grades K-7 and boys ages 5-6 from June 25-27.

The Mountaineers women’s soccer program will host three camps. The Day Camp for players ages 3-12 will take place June 11-15, followed by an Overnight Camp for prospects entering grades 5-12 on July 14-17. The Summer ID Camp is scheduled for July 21 and is open to all high school and middle school girls, as well as club teams.

The WVU track team will host a Track/Cross-Country Camp from June 24-28, followed by a Pole Vault Camp, July 22-26.

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