Schneck's 26 help Navy sweep away Army, 83-56 Mount loses at buzzer on FDU layup, 69-68

February 02, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Adria Schneck scored 26 points and Navy team swept the season series from Army with a 83-56 victory yesterday at Alumni Hall.

Junior Joanne Groth added 16 points and grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds as the Midshipmen (18-3, 5-2 in the Patriot League) bounced back from a loss to Holy Cross earlier in the week.

Navy took a 35-20 lead into halftime after shooting 56 percent in the first half.

Nine players scored for Navy.

Adrienne Quimby led the Knights with 12 points as Army fell to 1-19 overall and 1-6 in the league.

Fairleigh Dickinson 69, Mount St. Mary's 68: Nefertari Johns converted a layup as time expired to give Fairleigh Dickinson (10-9, 6-5) a Northeast Conference win over the host Mountaineers.

It was the Mount's first home loss of the season.

Johns' play was set up after she rebounded a missed shot by teammate Jacqui Mahoney. Mahoney led the Knights with 17 points with Johns adding 14 and Nyota Mitchell (Randallstown) 12.

Trailing by 12 at halftime the Mount (10-9, 5-6) battled back and led 68-67 with under a minute left to play on a three-pointer by Amy Langville, who had a team-high 19 points.

UNC-Greensboro 76, UMBC 56: Biz Brediger's 18 points and 10 rebounds led all scorers and the Spartans (12-8, 7-1) led by as many as 26 points in the second half on the way to a Big South Conference victory.

Three other Spartans' players reached double figures in scoring with Melinda Goodson adding 13 points and Jennifer Lewis and Rebecca Viverette 13 each.

Monica Logan led the Retrievers (3-17, 0-8) with 17 points.

Johns Hopkins 86, Haverford 53: Julie Anderson scored 21 points and Lselie Ritter 14 as the Blue Jays (15-3) routed the host Fords (4-14) in a Centennial Conference game.

Marjahna Segers had a team-high 13 rebounds for Hopkins, which held a 52-47 advantage on the boards.

Haverford trailed by 16 at halftime and made only 10 field goals in the second half.

Muhlenberg 85, Western Maryland 62: Freshman guard Amy Sandt had career highs of 23 points and 11 rebounds as visiting Muhlenberg (9-6, 6-2) rolled past the Green Terror (11-6, 5-5) in a Centennial Conference game.

Sandt racked up 18 points and five rebounds in the first half as Muhlenberg led 47-28 at intermission. Sophomore guard Kristin Miller topped Western Maryland, which lost for the fourth time in its last six games, with season highs of 19 points and six rebounds.

Marymount 97, Goucher 51: Five players scored in double figures as the Saints (17-1, 8-0) won their 10th straight game and 41st straight in the Capital Athletic Conference.

Cori Carson led Marymount, which scored 56 points in the second half, with 16 points while Emily Case added 14. Dana Bollinger's 15 points paced Goucher (2-15, 0-8).

Washington College 66, Gettysburg 64: Eboni Taylor led all scorers with 20 points and 13 rebounds to lead the host Shoreman past the Bullets.

Gettysburg finished with three players in double figures in scoring with Courtney Marotta leading the way with 14 points.

Salisbury State 67, St. Mary's 66: Dominigue Lisa scored 18 points as the Seagulls (12-6) came from behind to beat the Seahawks (8-8). Jessica LaTour added 14 points for Salisbury.

Despite shooting 58 percent in the second half (15-for-26), the Seahawks could not hold onto a three-point halftime lead and committed 32 turnovers.

Bowie State 68, Elizabeth City 48: Sophomore center Rashida Brooks had 22 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs past Elizabeth City. Yolanda Matthews contributed 17 points for Bowie State.

Pub Date: 2/02/97

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