West Virginia women's basketball will look to continue its run in the WNIT when it hosts Northwestern on Wednesday in the Round of 16.
The two teams last met in 2004.
The Mountaineers have been led by 48 combined points from senior Naomi Davenport in the first two rounds, but freshman Kari Niblack has stolen some of the spotlight. The 6"1 center has notched double-doubles in both games, including grabbing a career-high 16 rebounds against Villanova on Sunday.
Tip off between the Mountaineers and the Cats is set for 7 p.m. at the WVU Coliseum.