Stoffey scores 27, leading Loyola past Davidson, 67-56 STATE WOMEN

January 01, 1995|By From Staff Reports

Patty Stoffey scored 27 points and pulled down 17 rebounds, leading Loyola College (8-2) to a 67-56 victory over Davidson in the consolation game of the Red Flash Classic at St. Francis College in Loretto, Pa., yesterday.

Camille Joyner added 16 points and 11 rebounds for Greyhounds. Colleen Colsher had 10 points and seven rebounds. Carolyn Kirsch led Davidson with 18 points and 13 rebounds.

Stoffey had 13 points and 13 rebounds as the Greyhounds jumped to a 37-22 halftime lead. Loyola had its largest lead at 50-30 within the first 10 minutes of the second half.

Stoffey, a senior forward, was named to the all-tournament team.

* Austin Peay 92, Navy 82: Colleen Polzin had 18 points and 12 rebounds, leading Austin Peay (5-3) past visiting Navy (3-7).

Sonia White contributed 16 points and six assists for Austin Peay, which led 50-31 at halftime. Austin Peay shot 19-for-35 from the field in the first half. Navy made nine of 29.

Jenny Thompson led Navy with 20 points. Becky Dowling added 17 points and eight rebounds.

* Holy Cross 82, Mount St. Mary's 75: Kathy Courtney scored 21 points and grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds to lead Holy Cross (3-4) over Mount St. Mary's (2-4) in the opening game of the

Marriott Classic in Greensboro, N.C.

Susie Rowlyk led the Mountaineers with 23 points and seven rebounds.

Mount St. Mary's opened the second half with an 8-1 run to cut the Crusaders' lead to 43-42. Holy Cross managed only a free throw to begin the half before Kim Lynch (16 points) hit a three-pointer at 14:57.

The teams exchanged leads until 7:04, when Lynch hit a three-pointer to start a seven-point Crusader run.

Mount St. Mary's pulled to within 67-65 with 2:55 remaining on Heather Wable's three-pointer, but Lynch hit from long distance again to increase Holy Cross' lead to five with 2:29 left.

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