Coppin State survives lapse, Hampton, 57-56 State women

February 11, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Coppin State didn't score for the final 2:13 of the game, but held off host Hampton, 57-56, yesterday.

Natasha Parks led the Eagles (10-10) with 21 points, and Delora Walker added 16 points with game highs of 11 rebounds and four assists. Lajaiah Miles had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Hampton (7-13).

* Mount St. Mary's 88, St. Francis (N.Y.) 62: Freshman Megan Gardiner scored 25 points and sophomore Melissa O'Connell 19 to lead Mount St. Mary's to a Northeast Conference victory over St. Francis (N.Y.) at Knott Arena.

* Holy Cross 83, Navy 58: Lauren Maney scored 17 points to pace host Holy Cross (18-7, 8-1 Patriot League) past Navy (16-7, 4-5). Laurie Coffey had a career-high 18 points for the Mids, who have dropped four of their last five.

* Florida A&M 84, Morgan State 80: Cathy Robinson scored 27 points to help Florida A&M past host Morgan State in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game. Kaira Warfield led the Bears with 31 points.

* Western Maryland 93, Gettysburg 73: Freshmen Kathi Snyder and Kristen Miller (St. Mary's H.S.) scored 20 points each to lead Western Maryland (17-4, 10-3) past visiting Gettysburg (11-11, 4-9) in a Centennial Conference game.

Miller went 11-of-11 from the foul line to set a school record for most free throws in a game without a miss.

* Johns Hopkins 70, Franklin & Marshall 49: Kristen McKee scored 24 points on eight first-half three-pointers as visiting Johns Hopkins (15-7, 10-2 Centennial Conference) topped Franklin & Marshall (7-15, 5-7).

* Goucher 75, Gallaudet 47: Didi Cotton scored 23 points to lead Goucher (15-6, 10-1) to a rout of visiting Gallaudet (6-14, 1-11) in a Capital Athletic Conference game. The Gophers forced 43 turnovers.

* Wesley 60, College of Notre Dame 58: Katie Wilson had 21 points and four steals to help host Wesley (11-10) past College of Notre Dame (11-8).

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