October 24, 2020

Lady Friars Upended by No. 11/8 Mountaineers

posted on: Wednesday February 10, 2010

John Butler ’11/Sports Staff

Living and dying by the three-point shot is dangerous business in the Big East, but it is especially perilous when your treys are not falling and you are defending a team whose treys are falling. Such was the case on Saturday, Feb. 6, when the West Virginia Mountaineers came to the Dunk for a matinee against the Friars, who were coming off an impressive victory against DePaul last week.West Virginia entered the game with a sheet full of credentials, including a No. 8 ranking in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ Poll, and a No. 11 nod from the AP, not to mention a firm hold on fourth place in the Big East.The Mountaineers’ impressive r

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