Details: West Virginia Coliseum, 4

Records: Mountaineers 19-7, 15-2 in Atlantic 10; Colonials 14-12, 9-8

Key Injuries: none

Game Analysis: Both teams won Thursday night. George Washington played its best game of the season, beating Duquesne, 99-60. The Mountaineers beat St. Joseph's, 71-67. West Virginia has won 74 of last 80 games at home. GW beat the Mountaineers at Smith Center on Jan. 3, 71-67. 6-foot-5 F Lester Rowe leads the Mountaineers (14.3 ppg, 6.7 rpg). G Dale Blaney (12.2 ppg) and F Renardo Brown (9.4, 5.9) are other key players. C Mike Brown (16.8, 11.3) leads GW and Joe Wassel (14.1) is its second-leading scorer. UMES at Howard

Details: Burr Gymnasium, 8

Records: Hawks 3-21, 2-8 in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference; Bison 14-11, 8-3

Game Analysis: Howard defeated Hawks earlier in season, 69-59. If Howard wins, it will earn a first-round bye in the league tournament. Maryland-Eastern Shore is led by 5-11 G Donnell Boney (league-leading 21.0 ppg). 6-4 F Marvin Blye (10.5) and Alan White (6.3 rpg) are other key players. Howard is led by G Fred Hill (14.1 points) and G George Hamilton (12.0). 6-8 C Robert McIlwaine is team's leading rebounder (6.8). UNC-Wilmington at GMU

Details: George Mason Gymnasium, 7:30

TV: Warner Amex of Reston, Channel 8 (Monday, 7:30, tape)

Records: Seahawks 12-14, 4-9 in ECAC South; Patriots 16-10, 9-4

Key Injuries: UNC-Wilmington G Bobby Jo Springer (sprained ankle) is doubtful

Game Analysis: Last game in this building; George Mason will move to a new 10,000-seat arena next season. UNC-Wilmington, in its first year in league, beat Mason earlier, 66-64. Springer (12.3 points a game), who was injured in practice Wednesday, directs UNC-Wilmington's offense. 6-foot-9 C Brian Rowsom is Seahawks' top player (17.7, 9.3 rebounds). Mason is coming one of its top performances, beating first-place Navy, 93-77, as G Carlos Yates scored a school-record 42 points. Yates (league-leading 24.4 ppg) gets help from F Rob Rose, (14.4 ppg, 7.6 rpg), G Ricky Wilson (13 ppg) and reserve G Brian Miller (10.7). Monmouth vs. AU

Details: at Fort Myer, 7:30

Radio: WAMU-610

Records: Hawks 12-14; Eagles 8-18

Key Injuries: Monmouth F Jarett King (broken foot) is questionable

Game Analysis: The team's first meeting. American has won two of its last five, but lost Monday at Richmond, 82-63. Monmouth is in its second year of Division I. AU is led by F Jim Lutz (12.3 ppg), G Steve Nesmith (11.8) and G Frank Ross (14.8), who just returned after missing nine games because of a thigh bruise. Monmouth is led by F Rich Pass (21.2) and C Karl Towns (10.5, 12.4 rebounds).