Behind a 12-point night by WVU’s Tarik Phillip, the Mountaineers managed to hang on late to win 65-59 Tuesday night in Manhattan.
The Mountaineers will look to continue the momentum they gained from Saturday’s emotional win tonight in Manhattan against the tough Kansas State Wildcats.
The Mountaineers lost an eight point lead late in the second half, which set the tone for a close game that stretched well into overtime. In the end, Jevon Carter hit two free-throws at the end of the first overtime to win the game in Morgantown.
West Virginia looks to back to their winning ways Saturday afternoon when they host the 14-4 TCU Horned Frogs
WVU’s inconsistent shooting gave the Longhorns every opportunity to run away with one. Texas took full advantage as they laid out the visitors to the tune of a 27 point victory
It shall be an old-fashioned shoot-out tonight in the Lone star state capital as West Virginia takes on Texas.
WVU’s Juwan Staten is one of 25 in the running for the John Wooden Award, which is given to college basketball’s best player. Can he be the first Mountaineer to win it?
The Mountaineers rebounded nicely Tuesday night following a tough loss to Iowa State over the weekend. Jevon Carter registered a team-high 18 points, while Devin Williams recorded his fifth double-double of the year in a convincing home win over the 18th ranked team in the nation.
The Mountaineers will once again be at home for another top 20 showdown. West Virginia will look to improve upon its current shooting woes Tuesday night when they host the 18th ranked Sooners.
A 23-point outing by Staten, followed up by a double-double from Devin Williams proved to be not enough in helping the Mountaineers earn their 15th victory of the season. They fall to Iowa State 74-72.
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