Coppin women roll to easy win, 73-51

January 20, 1995|By From Staff Reports

Natasha Parks scored 17 points to lead Coppin State over visiting Bethune-Cookman, 73-51, in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference women's basketball game yesterday.

Parks hit six of nine shots from the floor, including all four of her attempts from the three-point line.

Delora Walker contributed 12 assists and Rene Doctor grabbed 12 rebounds for the Eagles (7-8, 4-1).

Bethune-Cookman (4-9, 2-3) shot only 29 percent from the field in the second half.

* Johns Hopkins 86, Washington College 70: Julie Anderson contributed 20 points and 10 rebounds off the bench to lead host Johns Hopkins past Washington College. Five Blue Jays (10-4) scored in double figures.

Opening the second half with a 13-4 run, Johns Hopkins pulled ahead 56-45. Eboni Taylor led Washington (5-8) with 25 points and 22 rebounds.

* Florida A&M 106, Morgan State 67: Cathy Robinson scored 31 points as Florida A&M (11-3, 5-0) defeated host Morgan State (1-12, 1-4) in a MEAC game.

Courtney Warfield led the Golden Bears with 14 points.

* Salisbury State 84, College of Notre Dame 63: Amy Fenzel scored 23 points and nine rebounds as Salisbury State (9-4) defeated visiting College of Notre Dame (5-6).

Jennifer Chaney led the Gators with 19 points.

* Goucher 64, Catholic 49: Sarah Weaver (Towson) scored 17 points and Cassandra Clemons (Loch Raven) added 13 and nine rebounds, leading host Goucher College (7-6, 3-1) in a Capital Athletic Conference game.


* Western Maryland 85, Wesley 69: Daeviid St. Rose (Patapsco) scored a career high 23 points as Western Maryland (6-9) broke a five-game losing streak with a win over visiting Wesley (2-15).

Will Marshall (Sparrows Point) added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Green Terror.

* Monmouth 72, Mount St. Mary's 55: Jack Gordon scored 21 points to lead host Manmouth (7-7, 5-1) to victory over Mount St. Mary's (7-8, 5-2) in a Northeast Conference game.

Jeff Balistrere led the Mountaineers with 21 points.

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