The record lasted two days for the nationally-ranked Division II school.
Last night, West Liberty beat Point Park 157-89, scoring 98 points by halftime and hitting a school-record 27 3-pointers in the process. WVNS-TV has video of the barrage of 3s.
The players off the bench played more than the starters did, and while West Liberty coach Jim Crutchfield denies he's trying to embarrass opponents, the points are coming in bunches for a team that last season averaged 100.9 points per game and was 29-3.
"What's happening right now is that we're not only playing very well in all phases of the game, we're shooting the ball extremely well," Crutchfield said in a statement. "At one point during the first half, I was just sitting there a little bit awed by how many shots we were making.
"The question, of course, is can we play well on the nights when we're not shooting well because you know those nights are going to happen but I'll just enjoy this while it lasts."