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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Christal Caldwell
West Virginia's backcourt duo of Christal Caldwell and Bria Holmes left coach Mike Carey confident about the Mountaineers chances of making program history in the NCAA women's tournament.
Bria Holmes wasn't herself Saturday.
West Virginia got exactly what it expected from TCU on Saturday night.
Zahna Medley was hitting everything.
Christal Caldwell scored 21 points as No. 13 West Virginia throttled Kansas State 61-40 Saturday night, winning its seventh straight and holding five of its last six foes to less than 62 points.
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Bria Holmes scored 21 points and West Virginia closed the game on a 15-2 run, including the last seven points, to upset No. 11 Oklahoma State 71-67 Saturday.
"I hate it," she said of how her career ended. "I know deep down in our heart we didn't play the best game and didn't do some of the things we've done all year long. It hurts to go out like that."
"If we play the way we can, I think we can turn them over a lot," WVU guard Christal Caldwell said.