Sandi DeJager scored 16 points and Kristin Drapalski pulled down 12 rebounds as visiting Western Maryland defeated Franklin & Marshall, 70-44, in a Centennial Conference game yesterday in Lancaster, Pa.
Western Maryland (13-5, 8-2) went on a 25-6 run in the final seven minutes of the first half to take a 37-16 lead. Deanna Bergondo led F&M (10-10, 5-7) with 16.
It was the Green Terror's first win in Lancaster since 1985.
* Washington College 57, Ursinus 50: Eboni Taylor scored 20 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to lead host Washington College over Ursinus.
The Shoremen, down by a point at halftime, outscored Ursinus 37-29 in the second half to gain the victory.
Ellen Cosgrove led Ursinus with 21 points.
* Essex CC 75, Dundalk CC 42: Jennifer Cooper scored 29 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead Essex CC (6-13) over Dundalk CC. Tina Lotz (Eastern Tech) added 21 points for the Knights.
Clare Iman scored 16 points to lead Dundalk CC.
* St. Mary's 72, Mary Baldwin 25: Katrina Overton scored 19 points to lead host St. Mary's past Mary Baldwin.
Mary Baldwin made four of 16 field goals in the first half and trailed 37-11. For the game, it shot 25 percent. Carla Curtis led the visitors with 10 points.
Tricia Kilroy and Sarah Bannat added 12 points each for St. Mary's, which shot 39 percent from the field.
* Washington College 86, Ursinus 71: Adam Poe scored 27 to pace Washington College (12-9, 6-9) past Ursinus (6-14, 1-8) in Centennial Conference action.
Washington College extended its four-point halftime advantage to 15 and outscored Ursinus 59-40 in the second half. Ben Harris added 22 for the Shoremen. Berne Rogers led Ursinus with 17.
* Franklin & Marshall 87, Western Maryland 78: All five Franklin & Marshall starters scored at least 13 points as the Diplomats clinched the Centennial Conference-Western Division title with a win over Western Maryland (9-12, 5-5).
Charlie Detz and Dave Jannetta topped Franklin & Marshall (21-0, 10-0), the top-ranked team in NCAA Division III, with 15 points each. Jeremiah Henry added 14, and Mike Mehaffey and Mike Sievert 13 each.
Western Maryland, which lost its 21st straight game to Franklin & Marshall dating back to the 1985-86 season, was led by Pat Young (Mount St. Joseph) with 15 points. Will Marshall (Sparrows Point) and Daeviid St. Rose (Patapsco) added 14 points.