Foreman takes career state points lead

February 09, 1992

WINCHESTER, Va. -- Andre Foreman of Salisbury State scored 32 points in a 114-96 Eastern States Athletic Conference decision over Shenandoah last night, and the final one made him Maryland's all-time college scoring leader. His career total of 2,673 pushed him one ahead of Jack Sullivan, who played from 1953 to 1957 for Mount St. Mary's.

Salisbury State, ranked third in NCAA Division III, put the game away early with a 20-7 run for a 55-33 lead with 2 minutes, 49 seconds remaining in the first half. Foreman scored eight in the run.

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