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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Kansas women’s basketball losing streak reaches 11 in West Virginia

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The West Virginia women’s basketball team easily handled Kansas, 76-46, with 1,880 in attendance at WVU Coliseum on Wednesday night.

Losing for the 11th consecutive time, the Jayhawks (11-14 overall, 2-12 in the Big 12) shot 25 percent from the field, 20 percent from 3-point range and 61.9 percent from the free-throw line. They did not score any fast-break points, according to the official boxscore.

West Virginia (19-7, 7-7) raced to a 28-9 lead late in the first quarter and Kansas never threatened.

Kylee Kopatich led KU with 12 points, and Christalah Lyons and Tyler Johnson scored 10 points apiece. West Virginia’s Teana Muldrow produced 21 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots.

Comments

[''] 3 months, 1 week ago

Not only are they losing, they are being wiped by an average of 20+ pts per game during this Big 12 onslaught. Hire Bonnie back at this point....

Dillon Davis 3 months, 1 week ago

Another terrible coaching hire by Dr. Zenger...Writing is on the wall for him at this point.

[''] 3 months, 1 week ago

Another Zenger hire....what a surprise.

Tale of the Dumpster Fire Zenger Hiring File:

Weis/Bowen/Beaty: 10-62

Women's Basketball: 25-61

TOTAL: 35-123. "Winning??" Percentage of 28% (only the worst percentage in D1 history).

Carry on.

[''] 3 months, 1 week ago

And don't be impressed by 25 WBB wins - of those, a whopping 4 have been in Big 12 play in 3 yrs. The majority of those have been against powderpuff pre-conference teams.

Waylon Cook 3 months, 1 week ago

If Graham goes down before the season what happens on the men's side?

Schneider losses a stud and has a problem competing in the Big 12.

Waylon Cook 3 months, 1 week ago

Do you ever troll baseball, softball or soccer boards? Since those non-revenue sports have coaches who have been here longer, yet don't produce?

[''] 3 months, 1 week ago

Coaches at the sports you mention are WAAAAAY more productive and successful than a paltry 28% winning percentage. And not a galling 4-56 in Big 12 play in 2.5 years. That's a 6% winning percentage.

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