Maryland cruises to rout of Wake Forest

Warley leads 73-61 win

Penn holds off Towson

State women

January 20, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Five players scored in double figures, led by Deedee Warley's 18 points, as Maryland defeated Wake Forest, 73-61, in an Atlantic Coast Conference game in Winston-Salem, N.C., last night.

The Terps (11-6, 3-4) scored the game's first eight points. After the Demon Deacons (6-11, 2-4) used a 12-3 run for a 12-11 lead, Maryland went ahead to stay on Reenneika Razor's basket midway throught the first half. The Terps' lead reached as much as 17 in the second half.

The Terps scored nearly half their points at the foul line, making 33 of 47 free-throw attempts. The teams combined for 50 fouls.

Wake Forest out-rebounded Maryland, 49-39, but the Demon Deacons had 20 turnovers and shot 35 percent from the floor.

Tiffany Brown scored 15 points for Maryland, Marche Strickland had 13, and Vicki Brick 11.

Penn 76, Towson 67: Mandy West had a career-high 32 points to lead the host Quakers (9-5) to a nonconference win over the Tigers (4-11).

Shniece Perry led Towson with 15 points.

Towson trailed by as many as 15 in the second half before going on a 12-0 run to pull within 61-58 with 3: 43 left. But Penn stayed in front by making 10 of 13 free-throw attempts down the stretch.

Mia Chapman scored 13 points and Jill McGowan 12 for the Tigers.

Johns Hopkins 52, Dickinson 41: The Blue Jays (12-3, 4-0) allowed just eight first-half points on the way to a Centennial Conference victory. Heidi Sumser led Hopkins with 11 points.

Marjhana Segers added seven points to reach 1,000 for her career.

The Blue Jays held Dickinson to four field goals in the opening half and led 35-8 at halftime.

St. Mary's 70, Goucher 44: Freshman Katryn Costenbader led all scorers with 18 points as the Seahawks (13-1, 4-1) defeated the host Gophers (3-10, 0-5) for the ninth straight time. St. Mary's had 21 steals and forced Goucher into a school-record 41 turnovers.

Maren Hill's 16 points and 14 rebounds led Goucher.

Salisbury State 77, Catholic 60: Elisabeth Barfuss had 24 points, and Lisa Neylan added 19 and a game-high 15 rebounds as the host Sea Gulls (9-6, 3-3) won a Capital Athletic Conference game. Amy Campion (15 points) was the third double-digit scorer for Salisbury.

Muhlenberg 67, Washington College 45: Four players scored in double figures, led by Lindsay St. Lawrence's 17 points, as the Mules (8-6, 3-1) blitzed the Shorewomen (5-8, 1-4) in a Centennial Conference game in Allentown, Pa. Daniela Rados' led Washington College with 11 points.

The Shorewomen shot just 25.8 percent (16 for 62) and were out-rebounded 49-32.

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