West Virginia got some hot shooting to overcome rebounding deficiencies and foul trouble Saturday, pulling away from TCU to win 63-50 at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
Terry Henderson scored 15 of his 17 points in the first half and Aaric Murray made several big plays down the stretch as the Mountaineers beat the Horned Frogs for the second time this season. Eron Harris added 14 points and Jabarie Hinds 12.
The win was West Virginia’s third in a row. The Mountaineers (12-11, 5-5 Big 12) are above .500 again for the first time since suffering a three-game losing streak in mid-January and brings them up to .500 in the league for the first time since a win at Texas made them 1-1 on Jan. 9.
TCU, which stunned the league Wednesday by snapping an eight-game losing streak by upsetting No. 5 Kansas on this same court, falls to 10-13 overall and remains in the Big 12 basement at 1-9.
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