TCU women's basketball (15-8, 2-10 Big 12) seeks a victory against No. 24 West Virginia (20-3, 9-3 Big 12) in the Play4Kay game for breast cancer awareness. The Horned Frogs, on a four-game losing streak, are without key players due to injuries, facing their third straight ranked opponent. TCU's lineup and the significance of the matchup for both teams are highlighted.

By the Numbers
  • TCU: 15-8 record, on a four-game losing streak
  • West Virginia: 20-3 record, ranked 24th, and tied for third in the Big 12
State of Play
  • TCU seeks first win in February against No. 24 West Virginia
  • TCU will continue to be without key players due to injuries, affecting 70% of the team's scoring
  • Match will double TCU's overall win total from last season if they emerge victorious
What's Next

A win for TCU will mark new head coach Mark Campbell's first career ranked victory and ensure a winning overall record heading into postseason play.

Bottom Line

TCU women's basketball aims to break their losing streak and secure a crucial victory against No. 24 West Virginia, as the team continues to navigate challenges posed by injuries.