Tonight's Games

January 05, 1995

BOSTON U. (5-5) at UMBC (1-7)

Site: UMBC Fieldhouse

Time: 7

Radio: WWLG (1360 AM)

Outlook: The Retrievers, led by sophomore F Marc Lay (11.9 ppg) and junior G Tony Thompson (9.9 ppg), have lost two straight. UMBC is coming off an 88-67 loss to LSU on Friday, a game in which it trailed by just two points at halftime. Senior reserve F Artie Walker has been the Retrievers' hottest player, averaging 12.7 points over his past three games. The Terriers are led by sophomore F Tunji Awojobi (20.1 ppg, 11.0 rpg) from Nigeria. Boston U. won five of its first seven games before losing three straight -- to Hawaii, Duke and Oklahoma -- in the Rainbow Classic last week.

MARIST (3-4) at MOUNT ST. MARY'S (3-6)

Site: Knott Arena, Emmitsburg

Time: 7:30

Radio: WQSI (820 AM)

Outlook: The Mount ended a four-game losing streak with an 89-69 win over Fairleigh Dickinson on Tuesday, their first win over FDU since 1990 (eight straight losses). The backcourt of Chris McGuthrie (20 ppg) and Riley Inge (11.9 ppg, 5.1 apg) lead Mount St. Mary's. Marist, which lost to Army, 68-65, Tuesday, is led by junior C Alan Tomidy (15.4 ppg) and junior G Danny Basile (14.0 ppg). Basile led the nation in free-throw percentage last season by converting 84 of 89 attempts from the line (94 percent).

LOYOLA (4-5) at NOTRE DAME (7-3)

Site: Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center, South Bend, Ind.

Time: 8

Outlook: The Greyhounds begin a stretch of five games in 10 days, including four on the road. Loyola shot just 29 percent in the second half of Monday's 83-53 loss to St. Joseph's (Pa.). B. J. Pendleton leads Loyola in scoring (15.2) and rebounding (6.2). The Fighting Irish, who defeated Indiana in late November, have won two straight. Junior G Keith Keroski (12.3 ppg) and freshman F Pat Garrity (11.7 ppg) top the list of four Notre Dame players who are averaging in double figures in scoring. This is the second meeting between the schools, the first in 10 years. In that game, Notre Dame escaped with a one-point victory at South Bend when the Greyhounds missed several shots from close range in the final seconds.


Site: Alexander Memorial Coliseum, Atlanta

Time: 7:30

Outlook: Maryland opened Atlantic Coast Conference play with a 68-45 loss to N.C. State on Sunday. This is the conference opener for the Yellow Jackets. The Terps have dominated this series, which they lead 26-4. Maryland has won the past four meetings between the schools and 10 of 11. Senior F/C Kesha Camper (12.2 ppg, 5.2 rpg) leads Maryland in scoring and rebounding. Sophomore F/G Kisha Ford, a Bryn Mawr graduate and The Sun's 1992-93 High School Player of the Year, leads Georgia Tech in scoring (19.0 ppg) and rebounding (8.7 rpg). Georgia Tech has won two straight, including a 111-66 victory over Fairfield on Friday.

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