Mott's 25 lead Coppin past Del. State in OT

February 06, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Terquin Mott scored 25 points and Antoine Brockington added 21 to lead Coppin State to a 90-83 overtime win over Delaware State in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference men's basketball game last night.

Coppin State pulled away in the overtime, scoring 10 of the game's final 14 points.

Trailing 35-28 at halftime, the Eagles (11-7, 8-2) went on a 14-5 run to open the second half, taking the lead at 42-40 on a layup by Danny Singletary with 15 1/2 minutes remaining. Delaware State (3-14, 3-6) sent the game into overtime on a shot by Terence Hood with eight seconds remaining.

Johns Hopkins 66, Dickinson 60: Senior center Matt Gorman had 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead the host Blue Jays past the Devils to take over first place in the Western Division of the Centennial Conference.

Johns Hopkins (14-5, 7-1) used a 23-8 run in the second half to erase a 12-point halftime deficit. During the run, Greg Roehrig scored his 1,000th career point, becoming the 10th player in school history to reach the milestone.

Western Maryland 76, Villa Julie 75: Brian Billman scored 20 to lead Western Maryland over host Villa Julie. The Green Terror made 26 turnovers but held the Mustangs to 39 percent (13-for-33) shooting in the second half.

Goucher 82, York 69: Mike Doyle scored 16 to lift Goucher (15-4, 9-0) over visiting York (8-11, 3-6) in a Capital Athletic Conference game.


Navy 61, Colgate 41: Senior Adria Schneck and junior Becky Dowling combined for 32 points to spark the Midshipmen to a Patriot League victory at Alumni Hall.

The win was their 19th of the season, equaling the school record set last season. The loss was the Red Raiders' eighth in a row.

Dowling finished with 16 points and had 10 rebounds, and Schneck added 16 points and seven rebounds.

Led by Dowling's 10 points, Navy (19-3, 6-2) climbed to an 18-point lead in the first half, allowing the Red Raiders to score only 12 and grabbing a 30-12 halftime advantage.

Colgate got as close as 12 points in the second half as they matched Navy with 31 points. Earlier this season, the Red Raiders defeated the Mids for their only league win.

Colgate's leading scorer, Kara Crismale, who scored 18 in the first meeting, was held to only four points.

Coppin State 72, Delaware State 61: Senior center Lisa Briggs scored a game-high 27 to lead the Eagles (5-12, 5-5) to a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference win over the Hornets (2-15, 2-7).

Despite making only eight field goals in the first half, Coppin State converted 15 of 17 free throws to lead 31-22 at intermission. The teams combined for 60 turnovers.

Pub Date: 2/06/97

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