Lady Raiders suffer through 14-point first half
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Texas Tech women’s basketball coach Candi Whitaker knew her team would have to make shots if it wanted to upset No. 11 West Virginia on Wednesday night.
That never happened on a chilly evening.
The Lady Raiders shot just 26.2 percent (16-for-61) from the floor in a 69-37 Big 12 Conference loss before a WVU Coliseum crowd of 1,820.
How bad was it for Texas Tech?
The Lady Raiders (6-21, 0-16 Big 12), who have lost 17 straight games, shot 20 percent and scored only 14 first-half points, tying the Coliseum record for fewest points in a half.