Notre Dame wins its finale, 72-69

February 27, 1994|By From Staff Reports ANNVILLE, Pa.

SALISBURY — ANNVILLE, Pa. -- Freshman Julie Desmond scored 19 points, as Notre Dame (17-7) ended its season with a 72-69 win over Lebanon Valley yesterday.

Notre Dame finished with a 14-game winning streak and set a school record for wins.

UMBC 61, Campbell 58

Senior forward Mandy Woolstenhulme scored 16 points to lead UMBC (14-9, 12-3) past Campbell (15-9, 10-6) in a Big South game.

The win was UMBC's 10th straight and gave the first-place Retrievers a two-game conference lead over UNC-Greensboro.

Fordham 88, Navy 68

Alayna Jankunis scored 22 points to help Fordham (18-8, 11-3) seize the top seed for the Patriot League tournament by defeating host Navy (9-16, 5-8).

Jenna Hausvik paced Navy with 24 points.

Towson 76, UNC-Greensboro 63

Senior Shannon Ward scored a game-high 26 points, including 17 in the second half, as host Towson State (14-9, 9-6) beat North Carolina-Greensboro (13-11, 11-5) in a Big South Conference game.

UMES 47, Coppin State 44

SALISBURY -- Audrey Williams had 15 points and Monic Holbeck added 12, as UMES beat Coppin.

I= Lisa Jarmon led Coppin with 10 points and eight rebounds.

Frostburg State 88, Chowan 49

FROSTBURG

FROSTBURG -- Lena Patterson had 30 points and 14 rebounds to lead Frostburg State (16-9) past Chowan College (9-17).

S.C. State 75, Morgan 54

ORANGEBURG, S.C.

ORANGEBURG, S.C. -- Wanda Wiggins scored 21 points to lead South Carolina State (20-4) past Morgan State (4-21) in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game.

Frederick 77, Catonsville 76

Theresa Arnette scored a game-high 24 points, including nine of 11 of Frederick CC's 11 points in overtime, as the Cougars edged Catonsville CC in a Maryland JuCo tournament semifinal at Dundalk CC.

Top-seeded Frederick will face No. 3 Anne Arundel in the final today at 1 p.m.

A. Arundel 82, Hagerstown 70

Debbie Dadds led Anne Arundel CC past Hagerstown CC in a Maryland JuCo semifinal at Dundalk CC.

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