The Mountaineers started out slowly, falling behind early to the Owls by ten points at 19-9, but Davis-White helped the Mountaineers fight their way back into the game as she scored two old-fashioned three-point plays in a row, cutting the lead to 19-16.
Bulger then scored six consecutive points to push the Mountaineers tinto their first lead of the contest at 25-23.
Next, it was Sanni's turn, as she scored eight points in a row to extending the Mountaineers lead to eight at 35-27. WVU finished the half on a 26-12 run. Sanni had 20 points in the first half, while Bulger added 13.
The Mountaineers' momentum continued into the second half as Sanni kicked off the half with a lay-up under the basket extending the lead to 47-31. From there, West Virginia was never seriously threatened as they continued to extend the lead. The only drama that remained was to see if they could hit the century mark, which they did when Davis-White capped off the game by scoring the 100th point for the Mountaineers.
West Virginia shot 59% from the field, and 36% from behind the arc for the game. WVU ended with 20 assists and 15 turnovers and out-rebounded Kennesaw State 41 to 31.
West Virginia is off until January 1, when they will host Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Islanders defeated the Mountaineers 74-66 last year. Tip-off is set for 1:00 p.m.