Women's basketball: OSU loses at hot-shooting West Virginia

The Mountaineers finished 17-for-29 on 3-pointers.

Playing a college basketball game against No. 13 West Virginia is a brutal experience.

Fouls dominated the game, as 56 were called throughout the game although no player fouled out.

Wesley Iwundu led five Wildcats in double figures with 14 points.

The game was made even more hard for the Wildcats (16-9, 5-7) when they discovered they would be taking on the Mountaineers (20-5, 8-4) without senior forward D.J. Johnson just moments before they were due to take the floor on Saturday morning.

The Mountaineers were the 14th overall seed and the No. 4 seed in the West Region.

Kansas State does not have any more games against teams now ranked in the AP Top 25 remaining on their schedule. That is what Kansas State found out when it traveled to Morgantown in this Big 12 matchup and it is why WVU is going to be a very interesting team to watch in the NCAA Tournament this March.

Along with their lackluster win at Oklahoma on Wednesday, expect West Virginia to possibly enter the top 10 when the AP Poll is released Monday.

These highlights show that while Kansas State was in the game for the first half, and that they actually led 39-36 early in the second, the lead was never going to last. Gonzaga is the West's No. 1 seed, followed by No. 2 Oregon, No. 3 Virginia and the Mountaineers.