With four games remaining in the TCU women’s basketball season, the Horned Frogs, surprisingly, have a brand new challenge heading into Saturday’s 7 p.m. game against West Virginia — trying to create a winning streak in conference play.The Horned Frogs notched their first Big 12 win Wednesday in a 64-63 victory over No. 22 Oklahoma State and took time to celebrate the long-awaited accomplishment.“We’ll let them enjoy this one,” TCU coach Jeff Mittie said after Wednesday’s win. “It’s been such a long ride. The last thing we left with was enjoy it but let’s get ready for Saturday. Our preparation will begin tomorrow for Saturday.”The Horned Frogs prepare to avenge a 58-50 loss in Morgantown on Jan 15, in which freshman forward Veja Hamilton had a career game by scoring a game-high 15 points. The Horned Frogs’ other two double-digit performances came from TCU’s other freshman standouts, Kamy Cole and Zahna Medley, who both scored 10.Junior guard Christal Caldwell led West Virginia with 14 points, followed closely by junior guard Taylor Palmer with 13. Caldwell also leads the team in scoring for the season, averaging 13.3 points per game.The two programs meet for the fourth time, the first time in Fort Worth. West Virginia leads the series 3-0.
TCU vs. West Virginia
7 tonight, Daniel-Meyer Coliseum
Records: TCU, 8-17, 1-13; West Virginia, 15-10,7-7
Radio: KTCU/88.7 FM