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Quick Outs For WVU And Marshall In Tournament Play
Reported by: Mark Martin
Videographer: Mark Martin
March 13, 2013
Long seasons for West Virginia and Marshall came to an end in hearbreaking fashion on Wednesday night in Kansas City and Tulsa, respectively.
West Virginia was beaten on a last-second shot against Texas Tech to propel the Red Raiders to a 71-69 in the Big 12 Tournament.
Marshall lost to on a three-pointer against Tulane, 66-64, in the Conference USA Tournament.
Both teams ended their seasons with 13-19 records.
The 13-19 mark is the worst in Bob Huggins' illustrious coaching career.
Dejan Kravic put in the winning bucket for the Red Raiders, who WVU had beaten twice during the regular season. WVU had fought back from a 14-point deficit in the game.
Jaye Crockett's 18 points led Texas Tech, which had lost 11 of its last 12. The Red Raiders now meet Kansas.
Terry Henderson led WVU with 12 points.
Ricky Tarrant's 3-pointer doomed Marshall with seven seconds to play. He finished with 21 in the game.
Josh Davis added 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Tulane. The Green Wave moved to 19-13 and will play Memphis on Thursday.
DeAndre Kane had 22 for Marshall while Dennis Tinnon scored 16 and grabbed 11 boards.
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