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Sports, theater, science and nature — no matter what interest a child has, chances are there is a summer camp for them. For COVID-19 precautions, check the camp websites. To submit a summer camp, email the details to acopley@hdmediallc.com.

The WVFC U-19 Girls soccer team will play for a National Presidents Cup title at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday after defeating Knoxville Reds 03 Santos (Tennessee), 5-0, on Saturday. WVFC U-19 will take on Utah Avalanche Black in the championship.

The national title defense for Marshall's men's soccer team will not be an easy one with several top-25 programs and NCAA Tournament teams on the docket, as evidenced by its 2021 schedule, which was released on Thursday.

The momentum of Marshall's national championship in men's soccer showed itself this week as 230-plus campers took to Hoops Family Field for Youth Soccer Camp. Coach Chris Grassie was most pleased with the number of first-time players involved.

Marshall athletic director Mike Hamrick is stepping down at the end of the month to take a role in the office of President Jerome Gilbert. Hamrick, who has been in the role since 2009, will be replaced on an interim basis by associate athletic director and chief of staff Jeff O'Malley.

Marshall athletic director Mike Hamrick is stepping down at the end of the month to take a role in the office of President Jerome Gilbert. Hamrick, who has been in the role since 2009, will be replaced on an interim basis by associate athletic director and chief of staff Jeff O'Malley.

A celebration of life to remember legendary Ceredo-Kenova High School coach Carl Ward will take place at 6 p.m. June 13 at Ward-Craycraft Stad…

Tim White is calling on restaurants, bars and pubs in Huntington to team up this weekend (Friday through Sunday) to raise money for the Big Green Scholarship Foundation’s “Corner Kick Club” with his idea, “The Green Mile Campaign.”

Marshall's Jamil Roberts endured many bumps in the road en route to Huntington and during his tenure with the Herd. Now, Roberts gets set to start his professional career with Sporting KC with confidence after leading the Herd to a national championship.

Marshall's Jamil Roberts endured many bumps in the road en route to Huntington and during his tenure with the Herd. Now, Roberts gets set to start his professional career with Sporting KC with confidence after leading the Herd to a national championship.

Marshall men's soccer coach Chris Grassie has signed a new five-year deal worth $375,750 annually - more than triple his previous base salary - to remain as the leader of the Thundering Herd. Grassie led Marshall to its first-ever national championship on Monday night with a 1-0 overtime win over Indiana.

This week, Marshall athletic director Mike Hamrick celebrated a national championship for the men's soccer program, all while his future with the university is uncertain. Hamrick's contract is set to expire in June, which begs the question, "Could Marshall let go of an AD that has played a major part in bringing the school a national title?"

Marshall men's soccer head coach Chris Grassie and Thundering Herd players said the fan base was the key difference in lifting the team to its NCAA College Cup title on Monday night in the 1-0 win over Indiana.

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WV News) — It is an in-state rivalry that carries all the heat that an in-state rivalry should emit yet has a warmth that c…

On Monday evening, Marshall's men's soccer team meets Indiana at 8 p.m. for the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship in the College Cup final from Sahlen's Stadium in Cary, North Carolina. The match will be seen on ESPN2.

CARY, N.C. — It’s going to take more than just some long lines and a massive gas shortage to keep Marshall fans from being a part of history.

Marshall athletic director Mike Hamrick spoke on the success of the men's soccer program and the importance of facilities in putting the Herd programs in position to be successful. As he enjoys the Herd's NCAA run in soccer, his focus is on the future.

From COVID-19 issues that kept players from going home to a demanding NCAA Tournament path, Marshall's men's soccer team has proven tough in its run to the NCAA College Cup, which takes the next step with national semifinals at 6 p.m. on Friday against North Carolina.

It took awhile for the Marshall men’s soccer team to settle into its NCAA Elite Eight matchup against Georgetown on Monday. But once it did, coach Chris Grassie had little doubt about the outcome.

Marshall athletic director Mike Hamrick discusses the success of the men's soccer program and the importance of facilities in positioning Herd programs to be successful. As he enjoys the Herd's NCAA run in soccer, his focus is on the future.

Marshall's win over No. 1 Clemson had social media and news outlets buzzing Thursday and into Friday. Still, Marshall head coach Chris Grassie said the goal is not a win over the top-ranked team, but to be the top-ranked team at NCAA Tourney's end.

It was a one-two punch provided by keeper Oliver Semmle and junior midfielder Vitor Dias, whose save and goal in the final round of the shootout combined to give the Thundering Herd the victory over top-ranked Clemson in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA men’s soccer tournament Thursday.