Cook paced the visiting Yellow Jackets (6-11, 6-8) with a double-double of 16 points and 13 rebounds with Jasmine Blanton and Maria Femia adding 10 points each. Emily Robinson finished with 13 points for Wheeling Jesuit (5-13, 2-12).
TECH WOMEN WIN: Amber Tully went 8 for 15 from the floor and scored 24 points, including six 3-pointers, as the WVU Tech women's basketball team held off Pikeville (Ky.) 64-61 at the Baisi Center in Montgomery.
Roche Wimberly chipped in a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Golden Bears (10-11). Christin Haney paced Pikeville (5-15) with 16 points.
WVU TECH MEN HOME TONIGHT: With only eight games remaining on the schedule, the WVU Tech men's basketball team looks for a strong finish to the season as the Golden Bears face WVU-Parkersburg tonight at 7 at Neal Baisi Athletic Center in Montgomery.
WVU Tech (13-9), which has won three straight, is paced by senior David Rawlinson with 22 points and 5.7 rebounds per game. Terrale Clark is also averaging 15.4 points for the Golden Bears while pulling down 6.4 rebounds per game.
WVU SPORTS: West Virginia women's tennis player Hailey Barrett has been named the WVU Varsity Sports Report athlete of the week after her performance in the team's first win against Marshall since 1998.
In the win, the Mountaineers were able to take a doubles point thanks to the work of Barrett and teammate Ikttesh Chahal, posting an 8-4 victory. In singles action, Barrett defeated her opponent 6-3, 7-5.
WVC HONORS: Bluefield State's Roy Cooper has been named the West Virginia Conference men's basketball player of the week after guiding the Big Blues to back-to-back victories last week.
In a victory at Glenville State, Cooper poured in 22 points and had four steals in 29 minutes. Cooper followed that performance with a season-high 24 points in a win over Shepherd.
Goodson led the Pioneers to a 2-0 week and has helped guide the team to an 11-1 record in league play. In just 23 minutes of work against Fairmont State, Goodson netted 19 points. Against Bluefield State, Goodson accounted for 21 points.
Fratz guided the Cats to a 2-0 week, helping push the team into fifth place in the league standings. In a road win against West Virginia State, Fratz tied her career high with a 34-point effort. Against West Virginia Wesleyan, Fratz produced a 24-point performance.
SOFTBALL TRYOUT: The West Virginia Enforcers 10-and-under travel fast-pitch softball team will have tryouts on Feb. 10. For more information, call Shane Carter at (304) 840-1218.