Langville's 3-point play at :02 lifts Mount, 62-59 State women

January 21, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Amy Langville's driving jumper with two seconds remaining broke a 59-59 tie and gave Mount St. Mary's (7-6, 4-2) a 62-59 victory over Robert Morris (3-11, 3-3) yesterday at Knott Arena.

Langville was fouled on the play, making her free throw, and the Colonials were unable to get a shot off in the final two seconds.

* UMBC 64, UNC-Asheville 52: Kendra Damann scored a career-high 27 points, leading host UMBC (7-7, 4-0 Big South) to its fifth straight win, over visiting UNC-Asheville (3-12, 1-3).

* Colgate 55, Navy 50: Kara Crismale and Lori Peretta each scored 13 points to pace visiting Colgate (5-11, 1-2) past Navy (14-3, 2-2) in a Patriot League game.

* South Carolina State 63, UMES 55: Charmaine Wilson scored 10 of her game-high 18 points in the second half to lead host South Carolina State (4-10, 3-2) over UMES (2-13, 2-5) in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game.

* Western Maryland 73, Swarthmore 56: Erin Murphey (Francis Scott Key) scored 18 points as all five starters reached double figures for host Western Maryland (11-2) in a Centennial Conference win over Swarthmore.

* Johns Hopkins 71, Muhlenberg 60: Angie Arnold had 19 points and four assists to lift Johns Hopkins (12-4, 7-0) past host Muhlenberg in a Centennial Conference game.

* Salisbury State 91, Gallaudet 60: Amy Fenze had 27 points and 18 rebounds to lift Salisbury State (9-5, 5-2) past visiting Gallaudet (6-7, 1-5) in a Capital Athletic Conference game.

* Dickinson 71, Washington College: Annie Guzek scored 25 points and Gretchen Muller added 22 to help Dickinson (8-6, 5-1 Centennial Conference) past visiting Washington College (7-6, 3-4).

* Frostburg State 85, Villa Julie 11: Kara Reed and Shelly Ridgeway each scored 14 points as Frostburg State (7-5) routed visiting Villa Julie (2-10). The Bobcats forced 41 turnovers.

* Hood 55, Mary Baldwin 31: Michelle Chao scored 13 to power host Hood College (1-1) past Mary Baldwin in an Atlantic Women's College Conference game in Frederick.

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