The team’s 16-16 record reflects non-conference games against teams like West Virginia and No. 4 ranked Villanova.
“We wanted to challenge ourselves,” Christian says. So the team has hit the road to play powerhouse schools like Brigham Young, Michigan State and Indiana – experience that has helped the Mountaineers win in March, he says.
And Christian plans to keep the wins coming next week.
“We’ve played teams of this caliber. We understand the challenge ahead of us. But we understand that we have enough talent, and if we stick together and do the things that we do well, then we can play with anyone,” he says.