Nathan Adrian

West Virginia Mountaineers #11 - Forward

  • Born: 03/21/95
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6'9"
  • Weight: 235
  • Seasons: SR

West Virginia now set to face South Dakota State in men’s basketball opener

Good morning! This is the Shotgun Throwdown, your daily West Virginia sports roundup.

Grier shines in Panthers training camp, Manoah makes professional baseball debut


Here’s what’s happening in Mountaineer Nation today.

West Virginia Alumni Form “Best Virginia” Team for TBT


Here’s what’s happening in Mountaineer Nation today.

T.J. Simmons is Ready to Lead the West Virginia Receivers


T.J. Simmons will return as one of the more experienced wide receivers for Neal Brown’s Mountaineers this season.

Who will be the Mountaineers’ Starting Quarterback?


For the first time in several years, West Virginia does not have an obvious starter at the quarterback position.

Jevon Carter Returns to Morgantown During NBA All-Star Break


Former Mountaineer star and Memphis Grizzly, Jevon Carter, returned to Morgantown during the NBA All-Star break to present his donation to the Norma Mae Huggins Foundation.

How to Watch/Listen/Stream West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Valparaiso Crusaders


The Mountaineers are back in action today, and here’s how you can watch/listen live.

How to Watch/Listen/Stream West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Penn State Nittany Lions


Press Virginia debuts for the first time in the post-Carter and Miles era today when they take on Penn State in a charity exhibition game, and here’s all the details you need about how to...

THE BIG PREVIEW: Virginia at West Virginia


The Hoos head to their western neighbor for a backyard battle.

Jevon Carter’s Performance Shouldn’t Be Forgotten


Despite the final outcome, the performance put on by Carter was simply remarkable.

March Madness endings usually suck


Despite what Kentucky-UNC led you to believe, the NCAA tournament has been plagued by terrible endings.

Nathan Adrian Says Goodbye


A fan favorite since his first day, senior Nate Adrian says goodbye to his fans and state.