WVU Tech's men's basketball team went 3-1 last week, including two victories and a championship at the Rio Grande Bevo Tournament that finished Saturday.
The Golden Bears took wins over Rio Grande and Wilberforce, Ohio, in the tournament to go along with a win over Bluefield State early in the week before falling on Sunday at Central State 81-49.
Tonight, Tech (6-2) takes on its third West Virginia Conference foe of the young season when it travels to Glenville State (1-1) for a 7 p.m. tipoff.
David Rawlinson leads the Golden Bears, averaging 25.3 points per game including a 41-point outburst in Saturday's win over Rio Grande. Terrale Clark is adding 13.5 points per game and Brandon Burgraff 12.3.
WVU WOMEN WIN: Crystal Leary's 11 second-half points helped the No. 14 West Virginia women's basketball team win at Boston University 60-57 Monday.
Ayana Dunning led the Mountaineers (2-0) with her second-consecutive double-double this season with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Averee Fields chipped in 11 points, including 5 of 7 from the free throw line for WVU.
Boston was led by Chantell Alford with a game-high 30 points.
WVC VOLLEYBALL: The University of Charleston posted a victory over No. 11 West Liberty Monday in an opening round match of the West Virginia Conference tournament.
The No. 6 Golden Eagles won 25-15, 25-19, 25-12. UC was led by Malleri Hardison's 18 kills, while Kelsey Eby added 33 assists and nine digs.
In other first-round matches, No. 12 Davis & Elkins upset No. 5 Pitt-Johnstown 13-25, 25-23, 13-25, 25-21, 15-13 and No. 8 Shepherd downed No. 9 Wesleyan 25-19, 25-17, 25-15.
The quarterfinals are set at UC Thursday. (See Page 2B).
WESLEYAN COACH OUT: West Virginia Wesleyan football coach Jonas Jackson resigned Sunday. He served as head coach for two seasons after joining the Wesleyan staff as an assistant under Denny Crehan.