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Carey goes to bat for his team despite slow start to conference play

The West Virginia women’s basketball team ran into a fiery No. 14 Oklahoma women’s basketball team on Wednesday night, struggling to gain enough momentum to keep their lead, eventually losing, 88-76.  West Virginia head coach Mike  Carey talked about how he is not upset with losing as long as his team

Mountaineers struggle from beyond the arc in loss to No. 14 Oklahoma

The West Virginia women’s basketball team fell to No. 14 Oklahoma on Wednesday evening inside the WVU Coliseum after struggling at the three-point line, 88-76.  The Sooners (16-2, 5-1 Big 12) got a ton of production from their leading scorers in Madi Williams and Taylor Roberton’s 23 and 22 points, respectively.

West Virginia welcomes red-hot Oklahoma to town Wednesday night

The West Virginia women’s basketball team will take on No. 14 Oklahoma in the WVU Coliseum on Wednesday evening, with Oklahoma currently being the second-best team in conference play. West Virginia (8-6, 1-3 Big 12) currently has a pair of shooters averaging double figures in KK Deans 15.4 points per

Rewind: A look at WVU in conference play thus far

With the season hitting January, West Virginia women's basketball is a fifth of the way through their conference schedule. West Virginia played their first Big 12 opponent Iowa State on Jan. 2 in Ames, Iowa. As the Mountaineers entered the Hilton Coliseum, they knew they had to leave everything on

West Virginia looking for statement win in Austin on Saturday night

After getting their first Big 12 victory over Texas Tech in Morgantown earlier this week, the West Virginia women’s basketball team is back in action at No. 12 Texas this Saturday inside the Erwin Center. While the Mountaineers (8-5, 1-2 Big 12) were able to handle Texas Tech with the

Mountaineers get back on track against Red Raiders on Wednesday

The West Virginia women’s basketball team got back on track on Wednesday knocking off Texas Tech, 64-53. The Mountaineers (7-5, 0-2 Big 12) were led offensively by Madisen Smith and Kirsten Deans 15 points apiece on the night. Texas Tech’s (8-7, 1-3 Big 12) scoring leaders were Vivian Gray with 16 points

Mountaineers look to get back on track Wednesday night

Following last Saturday’s loss to Kansas State in Morgantown, the West Virginia women’s basketball team now prepares for another home tilt when they host Texas Tech on Wednesday at 7 p.m.  The Mountaineers (7-5, 0-2 Big 12) have started their Big 12 conference slate on a two-game losing streak to begin

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