Johns Hopkins rolls over winless Haverford, 89-43
HAVERFORD, Pa. -- Andy Enfield scored a game-high 16 points and Michael Rotay added 12, as first-place Johns Hopkins (10-5, 4-0) rolled over Haverford (0-15, 0-2), 89-43, in a Middle Atlantic Conference-Southeast game last night.
The Blue Jays spread the scoring among 12 players and the team shot 57 percent from the field to 27 for the Fords. Joe Rulewich's nine points led the home team.
Sw'thmore 65, Washington 59
SWARTHMORE, Pa. -- Swarthmore and Washington are streaking in opposite directions, as usual, but this season the roles are reversed. This was the sixth straight win for the Garnet (10-7, 3-0) and the fourth straight loss for Washington (4-10, 0-3). It also marked the first time Swarthmore had beaten the Shoremen since the 1980-81 season, ending a string of 18 straight losses.
The Middle Atlantic Conference-Southeast game was tied at 27 at the half, but Swarthmore broke away with a 21-7 tear in a 10-minute span. For the last 10, Washington got no closer than six.
The home team had balanced scoring with four in double figures, headed by Matt Douglass with 15. Peter Basel (19) and Allen Lester (17) combined for 36 points, but no other teammate had more than eight. Swarthmore had a 51-38 edge in rebounding and made 12 more free throws.
Mary Wash. 85, St. Mary's 80
ST. MARY'S CITY -- Mary Washington (4-9, 1-1) built a 14-point first-half lead, then had to choke off a furious rally by St. Mary's (5-10, 0-3) that saw the Seahawks close to within five in their Capital Athletic Conference contest.
Bernard Johnson was the high scorer for Mary Washington with 18 points, while six players scored between 10 and 14 for St. Mary's.
York 73, Salisbury 69
SALISBURY -- Jeff Mann's 27 points led York College of Pennsylvania (5-10) by Salisbury State (10-6). Ray Deegan backed Mann with 16 points.
Andre Foreman finished with 25 points and seven rebounds, five points and seven rebounds below his latest Division III averages, where he his second in scoring and fourth in rebounding.
AACC 99, Catonsville 54
Ron Wade scored 22 and grabbed seven rebounds as Anne Arundel Community College (15-4) routed visiting Catonsville Community College (5-8). Wardell Chambers followed Wade with 16 for Anne Arundel, ranked 10th in the latest National Junior College Athletic Association Division II poll. Lydell Williams and Henry Polee led Catonsville with 14 points each.
Mont.-Ger. 105, Harford 100
BEL AIR -- Josh Pratt scored a game-high 30, leading visiting Montgomery-Germantown to an overtime victory over Harford Community College.
Shane Brey added 23 points for Montgomery, while Ed Witherspoon scored 26 for Harford.