Joye, who has emerged as a more consistent overall player on the tour, added eight rebounds and six assists to her totals. She was also quite efficient from the field, making eight of her 12 tries. Every Mountaineer scored in the contest.
WVU's defensive pressure gave the Mountaineers a decided advantage over their hosts. As it did the entire tour, West Virginia continually harassed their foes, forcing numerous turnovers and ragged offensive play. WVU forced 27 turnovers against Cairns, with 22 of those outright steals by the Gold and Blue. Davis led the onslaught with five thefts.
Owens led the Mountaineers in scoring on the trip, averaging 15 points per game. Sanni was right behind at 14.8, with joye (14.2) and Davis (12.2), also averaging in double figures. Owens also led the suqd in rebounding (8.0 per game), while Joye headed the team in assists with 18. Davis had 17 steals on the trip.
The Mountaineers enjoyed a rebounding advantage of almost 18 per game, and racked up 91 steals in the five game trip.
West Virginia has a couple of days off to enjoy the sights before returning to the U.S. on Friday evening.