Stoffey hits 2,000 mark Loyola wins STATE WOMEN

January 08, 1995|By From Staff Reports

Camille Joyner scored 17 points and senior forward Patty Stoffey added 12, including the 2,000th of her career, leading Loyola to a 63-55 women's victory over George Mason yesterday.

Stoffey, the leading scorer in school history, increased her career scoring total to 2,003 points. She is the third woman in Maryland state history to score 2,000 points.

Stoffey also had eight rebounds, six assists and three steals. Heather Abbott added 11 points for the Greyhounds, whose 9-2 record is the best start in school history.

* Towson State 76, Radford 68: Playing just her third game at Towson State, sophomore Trinette Tucker scored 32 points to lead the Tigers (2-8, 1-0) to a Big South Conference victory over Radford (2-9, 0-2).

The win was the fourth in a row for Towson State against Radford, a team which has won the last four Big South championships.

Tucker, a midyear transfer from Fairfield University last year who became eligible at the end of the first semester, scored 25 of her points in the second half.

* Frostburg State 64, Pittsburgh-Bradford 49: Junior guard Julie Crowl scored 18 points as Frostburg State won the Stangels Tournament.

After the Panthers (7-4) came back to tie the game at 44, Frostburg State held them without a field goal in the final 9:25.

The Bobcats (6-3) finished the game with a 20-5 run during which all of Pitt-Bradford's points came at the foul line.

* Salisbury State 76, Goucher 62: Amy Fenzel scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead host Salisbury State (6-2, 3-0 in the Capital Athletic Conference) to a win over Goucher (4-5, 0-1).

Kim Roth contributed 13 points and 17 rebounds for the Sea Gulls.

Salisbury State made 27 turnovers but held the Gophers to 31 percent shooting. Hitting 24 of 32 free throws, the Sea Gulls outscored the Gophers by 11 at the foul line.

* Bucknell 54, Navy 52: Chiara Sockel hit two free throws with four seconds remaining in regulation to lift host Bucknell (3-9, 1-0) in the Patriot League.

Navy center Adria Schneck tried a three-pointer at the buzzer, but the ball bounced on the rim three times before falling off.

Navy (4-8, 0-1) had a 31-23 halftime advantage as freshman forward Becky Dowling (16 points, career-high 16 rebounds) scored 11 points and Schneck eight in the first half.

Schneck led Navy with 20 points.

* University of Chicago 84, Johns Hopkins 61: Kim Dennis and Kathleen Abbott each scored 14 points to pace Chicago (8-1) past host Johns Hopkins (7-3). The Blue Jays shot 30 percent.

* North Carolina A&T 57, Coppin State 46: Nisha Watson scored 13 of her 19 points in the second half, leading host North Carolina A&T over Coppin State in a MEAC game.

The Eagles (3-8, 0-1) had a 46-45 with 6:35 remaining in regulation, but went scoreless the remainder of the game.

Renee Doctoe led Coppin State with 11 points and 11 rebounds.

* Camden (N.J.) CC 67, Anne Arundel CC 65: Wendy Garrison's free throws with three seconds left lifted host Camden Community College of New Jersey (6-4) past Anne Arundel Community College. Garrison led all scorers with 20 points. Debbie Dadds (Northeast) led Anne Arundel (8-2) with 16 points and 14 rebounds.

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