Mt. St. Mary's extends win streak to 7

January 21, 1994|By From Staff Reports

EMMITSBURG -- Sophomore Heather Wable scored 13 points, all in the second half, to lead a balanced attack as Mount St. Mary's defeated Wagner, 91-70, in a Northeast Conference women's game last night.

The Mountaineers (11-2, 7-0), who extended their winning streak to seven games, jumped out to a 17-2 lead.

Mount St. Mary's used full-court pressure to force 18 turnovers in the first half as the visitors were held to just two field goals in the first 10:45.

The Mountaineers led 45-29 at halftime and put the game away by scoring the first 13 points of the second half to open a 62-29 lead after a three-point play by freshman Nicole Schroyer with 15:19 remaining.

Senior Maggie Meagher scored 12 points for Mount St. Mary's. Schroyer added 11 and Susie Rowlyk and Melissa Cuneo (Seton Keough) each scored 10 for the Mountaineers.

Forward Patti Winterfeldt led Wagner (5-9, 3-3) with 18 points.

J. Hopkins 84, Washington 53

CHESTERTOWN -- Amy Dodrill scored 24, making nine of 11 from the field, to lead Johns Hopkins (10-5) over Washington (3-9).

Lori Leonard added 12 points and eight rebounds for the Blue Jays, who led 40-26 at halftime.

Johns Hopkins shot 60 percent from the field and held Washington to 40 percent.

Eboni Taylor scored 18 and had six rebounds for Washington.

Fla. A&M 82, Morgan State 64

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Cathy Robinson had 16 points, 15 rebounds, four assists and seven steals as Florida A&M beat Morgan State in an Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game. The Rattlers made 24 of 32 free throws and outscored Morgan State by 17 from the foul line.

Freshman guard Kaira Warfield led the Bears with a game-high 28.

Loyola 70, St. Peter's 54

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Loyola (4-9, 2-1) beat St. Peter's (5-11, 1-4) behind Patty Stoffey's 25 points in a Metro Atlantic Athletic -- Conference game.

Loyola shot 48.7 percent from the field, 22.4 percent higher than St. Peter's.

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