LUBBOCK, Texas — Kysre Gondrezick had 24 factors, six rebounds and 4 assists, and No. 24 West Virginia beat Texas Tech 73-53 on Wednesday night time for its seventh straight win.
Gondrezick scored 14 factors within the first half and Esmery Martinez added 10 to assist West Virginia (12-2, 6-2 Large 12) construct a 36-25 lead. The Mountaineers closed the third quarter on a 12-6 run for a 54-40 benefit, and held a double-digit lead the remainder of the best way.
Gondrezick made 4 of the Mountaineers’ six 3-pointers. It was her ninth recreation this season scoring 20-plus, and the 19th of her profession.
Martinez completed with 16 factors and 9 rebounds for the Mountaineers. Jasmine Carson had 12 factors off the bench and Kari Niblack added 10 factors and 9 rebounds.
Vivian Grey had 18 factors and 10 rebounds to guide Texas Tech (8-8, 3-7). It was her second straight double-double, and she or he is now 11 factors shy of 1,500 profession factors. Lexi Gordon added 11 factors and eight rebounds.
West Virginia, which is ranked for the primary time since Jan. 20 of final season, performs at TCU on Saturday. Texas Tech performs at Texas.
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