- Duane Cochrane
- Lady Falcons find rhythm to beat Wheeling, 72-66: PHOTOS
Second-ranked Bellarmine holds off FSU, 81-73: PHOTOS
Veteran Bellarmine (Ky.) University coach Scott Davenport looked a bit like he’d been through a war Thursday evening after his No. 2-ranked Knights squared off with Fairmont State at the Joe Retton Arena.
That’s because he had.
FSU took unbeaten Bellarmine to the wire here last night before falling, 81-73.
Aggressive Falcons roll past State, 107-89
Jerrod Calhoun had a simple message for his Fairmont State University team at halftime of its game with visiting West Virginia State here Saturday afternoon at the Joe Retton Arena.
“Coach got on us at halftime about playing timid and not being aggressive,” said backup point guard Shammgod Wells, who helped key a big second-half turnaround for the Falcons in their 107-89 blowout win over the Yellow Jackets.
Lady Falcons’ second-half rally falls short
A 17-point second-half deficit proved to be just a bit too much for Fairmont State’s Lady Falcons to overcome here Saturday afternoon at the Joe Retton Arena.
Visiting West Virginia State built a 55-38 lead just over 26 minutes into the contest and then held off a furious FSU comeback bid to record a 78-75 win.
FSU takes out frustrations in 91-75 romp: PHOTOS
There’s little doubt second-year Fairmont State men’s basketball coach Jerrod Calhoun was angered by his team’s lackluster performance Monday in a 94-87 road loss to Glenville State.
Smothering defense helps FSU remain perfect: PHOTOS
Heading into its Mountain East Conference opener with visiting West Virginia Wesleyan Saturday afternoon at the Joe Retton Arena unbeaten Fairmont State knew exactly what it had to do to shut down the Bobcats.
And the Falcons did it to near perfection in the first half as they cruised to their fourth straight victory, 70-57.
Unselfish Lady Falcons roll past Bobcats, 75-42
Coming off of its first loss of the season, a 62-46 setback against Indiana (Pa.) University last week, veteran Fairmont State women's basketball coach Steve McDonald had a simple but clear message for his team heading into Saturday afternoon's Mountain East Conference opener with West Virginia Wesleyan at the Joe Retton Arena: Share the basketball.
Woodman, FSU seek marked improvement in off-season
From the get-go, first-year Fairmont State University football coach Jason Woodman and his staff were kind of behind the eight-ball so to speak heading into the 2013 season.
Woodman wasn't hired as the Falcons' head coach until right before Christmas, and it was the second week of January before he had most of his coaching staff assembled with him in Fairmont.
Falcons rally late to edge Wise, 47-44: PHOTOS
In a game which had more twists and turns than Route 250 North to Wheeling, it was Fairmont State which made the final drive and play to emerge victorious, 47-44 over visiting Virginia-Wise on “Senior Day” Saturday at Duvall-Rosier Field.
FSU improves to 2-0, topples Trojans: PHOTOS
Second-year Fairmont State University men’s basketball coach Jerrod Calhoun didn’t want to baby his young team heading into the 2013-14 season.
No, Calhoun had other plans.
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