Lebanon Valley tourney could be three-mendous

January 06, 1994|By Glenn P. Graham | Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer

The three-point shots should come fast and furious when Western Maryland College's men's basketball team gets back in action tomorrow night at Lebanon Valley's Rinso Marquette Invitational in Annville, Pa.

The Green Terrors will open against Delaware Valley at 6, with host Lebanon Valley taking on Oneonta State at 8.

Delaware Valley is 0-7 but hasn't been bashful about it. The Aggies put up 165 three-point attempts -- 23.6 a game -- in the seven losses.

The Green Terrors (3-6) have put up 135 three-point shots, led by junior guard Pat Young's 37-for-80.

Young's 18.7 points per game is second on the team behind senior forward Rolando Welch's 19.8. Welch also averages 11.7 rebounds.

Senior guard Ryan Buckley is one of four starters for Delaware Valley to average in double figures in scoring, leading the Aggies at 17.9.

The Aggies are giving up an average of 87.7 points.

Tomorrow's winners will meet Saturday afternoon at 3. The consolation game is at 1.

The Green Terrors will be back home Tuesday night against Mary Washington.

Women's basketball

The Green Terrors will resume play next Thursday when they play host to Lebanon Valley.

Three Carroll County high school standouts have sparked the Green Terrors to their 5-2 start.

Senior co-captain Sue Head (Westminster) leads the team in scoring with a 13.7 average.

Freshmen Erin Murphey and Shelley Smith, backcourt mates at Francis Scott Key, are playing well off the bench.

Murphey averages 6.6 points and leads the team in steals (19) and assists (17).

Smith averages 2.3 points.

Wrestling

The Green Terrors will get back to the mat on Saturday, when they play host to a quad-meet against Johns Hopkins, Messiah and Washington & Lee at noon.

Sophomore Joe Fleming (177 pounds) leads the 2-4 Green Terrors with a 4-0 record.

Freshman Dwight Smith (134) is 5-1.

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