Coppin State tops High Point, gives Hall win in debut Villanova runs past UMES

St. Mary's tops Grove City

State women

November 21, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Coppin State, playing its first game under coach Jennie Hall, defeated High Point, 64-60, last night at the Coppin Center behind 20 points and 10 rebounds from sophomore Kiesha Brooks.

The Eagles appeared to have taken control of the game when Ayesha Dockery hit a pair of free throws to give the hosts a 59-49 lead with 3: 56 left in the game.

But High Point went on an 8-0 run to trim the deficit to 59-57 with 2: 10 remaining.

Villanova 54, UMES 45: Brandi Barnes scored 14 points and had eight rebounds as the host Wildcats won a first-round game in the Wildcat Classic. Nicole Council had a game-high 20 points for UMES.

St. Mary's 48, Grove City 40: Tenille McCatty had a game-high 15 points in leading St. Mary's to victory in the Amerihost East-West Classic in Pennsylvania.

Delaware Valley 76, Goucher 59: The Aggies took advantage of 25 turnovers by the Gophers and got 25 points from Jeanne Waznak on the way to victory in the Goucher Tip-Off Classic. Kim Rogers led Goucher with 21.

York 91, Villa Julie 41: Amy Anderson and Katie Parise combined for 38 points and 16 rebounds in leading the host Spartans in the Spartan Classic. York outscored the Mustangs, 45-0, during a 13-minute stretch in the second half.

Washington Coll. 54, Wesley 53: Allyson Britton had 13 points and Kerry Lomax 10 as the host Shoremen won a first-round game at the ShoTime Shootout in Chestertown.

Frostburg State 62, Bloomfield 49: Freshman guard Laura Kane came off the bench to score 17 points as the host Bobcats opened their season with a win at the Frostburg Classic. The Bobcats play Heidelberg in today's 6 p.m. championship game.

Pub Date: 11/21/98

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