Johns Hopkins women roll, stay perfect in conference Coppin women beaten

Bowie women win, men fall

State

January 21, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Seniors Julie Anderson and Angie Arnold each had 22 points as Johns Hopkins remained unbeaten in the Centennial Conference with a 75-67 win over Ursinus in women's basketball in Collegeville, Pa.

Anderson made 11 of 18 field goals and had 12 rebounds, while Arnold converted 10 of 11 free throws and added five assists. The Blue Jays (13-2, 5-0) made four of eight three-pointers.

Johns Hopkins, ranked first in the Middle Atlantic Region of NCAA Division III, led 35-27 at halftime and never trailed despite the Bears (9-9, 2-4) shooting over 53 percent in the second half.

George Mason 56, Coppin State 49: The visiting Patriots (8-9) used a 20-10 second-half run to open up a 17-point lead on the way to nonconference victory over the Eagles (4-9).

Coppin State rallied behind Trisha Allen's 18 second-half points but could get no closer than 47-42. Allen finished with a game-high 20 points.

Gettysburg 54, Western Maryland 51: Jen Dravis' two free throws with 11 seconds left clinched a Centennial Conference win for the host Bullets (9-3, 5-1).

Dravis was awarded the free throws after Western Maryland (8-5, 4-2) was called for a shot-clock violation. The Green Terror had a chance for a last-second shot, but Steph Dravis stole the ensuing inbounds pass.

Western Maryland's Katie Haley had game-high totals of 20 points and 15 rebounds, her sixth double-double.

Mary Washington 77, Goucher 38: Lindsay Stover scored a game-high 21 as the host Eagles (8-3, 3-2) rolled to a Capital Athletic Conference victory. Kim Rogers scored a team-high 16 for Goucher (1-14, 0-5).

Bowie State 60, Virginia Union 48: Rashida Brooks and Brenonda Jackson each scored 12 as the host Bulldogs (15-1, 3-0) remained unbeaten in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association.

Men

Virginia Union 71, Bowie State 66: Marquise Newbie scored 15 and Bryan Satchell 14 as the visiting Panthers (13-1) defeated the Bulldogs (3-10) in a CIAA game. Shae Johnson scored a game-high 20 for the Bulldogs.

Pub Date: 1/21/98

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