Floyd Campbell was one of five WVU Tech basketball players to score in double figures with 19 points and grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds as the Golden Bears beat visiting Virginia University of Lynchburg 96-69.
Terrale Clark led Tech (11-9) with 22 points. Kornilous Donnell finished with 17 points, Jaren Marino had 14 and David Rawlinson scored 12. Rawlinson led Tech with eight assists.
Egor Shakhmetov led Lynchburg with 22 points and nine rebounds.
The Golden Bears' next game is Tuesday at Barber-Scotia College.
WVU FOOTBALL: West Virginia's Tavon Austin added another award to his resume Wednesday when he was named the 2012 Jet Award Return Specialist winner.
Austin averaged more then 25 yards per kickoff return this season, returned both a kickoff and a punt for touchdowns and was second in the country with more than 220 all-purpose yards per game. Hawaii junior Mike Edwards and Missouri sophomore Marcus Murphy were the other finalists for the award.
The Jet Award honors the best return specialist in college football and is voted on by a selection committee made up of football writers and broadcasters as well as Johnny Rodgers, the 1972 Heisman Trophy winner from Nebraska after whom the award is named.