West Virginia was looking for a quality win to end any speculation about their tournament chances. They took on a Providence team that was 15-2 at home, but only 16-9 overall, unfortunately the game was at the Dunkin' Donuts Center. WVU overcame an early deficit to claim a 5 point half time lead over the Friars. In the second half Sandy Lyle apparently took the court for the Mountaineers and despite constantly yelling, "Let it Rain," he was as errant as ever. WVU shot 41 threes. 41. And made 9 for a 22% conversion rate including missing the final 6. Rob Summers was the only Mountaineer to shoot over 50% from the field with a 3-3 perfomance. For Providence, Weyinmi Efejuku scored 24 points and added 3 more vowels to his name in a post game press conference. The loss leaves the Mountaineers with these quality road wins; Duquesne, Seton Hall and Rutgers. That's it. And the RPI has fallen to 52. Games remain at Pittsburgh and home v. Cincinatti. Then the Big East Tournament. WVU may need at least two more Ws over the remaining schedule to rest easy.