MONTGOMERY - Scoring hasn't been, and shouldn't be, a problem this season for the West Virginia Tech men's basketball team.
Led by one of the most prolific scorers in the country in David Rawlinson, the Golden Bears have scored at least 87 points in nine of their 10 games this season.
Rawlinson, a 6-foot senior guard, leads the United States Collegiate Athletic Association, a NAIA Division I league, with 26.4 points per game.
Unfortunately for Tech, they have to play defense, and the Golden Bears didn't do much of that on Tuesday.
Despite another solid night by the offense, Tech (7-3) allowed Bluefield College (Va.) to hit the century mark in dropping a 102-92 home decision at the Neal Baisi Gymnasium.
Four players scored at least 19 points for Bluefield (4-1), led by center Byron Carpenter's 28 points. Fellow post player Deante Hallums had 23 and guards Kearsten Marion and Andrew Wilson had 19 points each.
Bluefield shot 60 percent from the floor and scored at will with the inside game of Carpenter and Hallum, who combined for 21 rebounds. Wilson and Marion, meanwhile, combined to hit seven 3-pointers.
"It's frustrating. We pride ourselves on being good defensively," Tech Coach Bob Williams said. "That's a good team we played tonight. They are very talented and have an all American inside. Their two guards are so quick and can score as well.