Wagner's enlivened offense turns back Mount, 109-99

Delaware tops Towson

Johns Hopkins cruises

State men

January 23, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Freshman Jermaine Hall scored a career-high 37 points as visiting Wagner scored its most points in 19 years to defeat Mount St. Mary's yesterday, 109-99.

The Mount shot 78 percent (18-for-23) in the first half but led just 50-48 at the break because of 14 turnovers. Aaron Herbert's three-point play put the Mount ahead 67-65 with 12: 37 left before Wagner went ahead for good (76-70) with an 11-3 run.

The Mountaineers (4-11, 3-3) got a career-high 20 points from sophomore Jerry Lloyd.

Delaware 82, Towson 70: Mike Pegues (26 points) had his 34th consecutive 20-point game to lead the host Blue Hens (14-4, 6-2 America East). Delaware also recorded its 32nd straight win when scoring 80 or more points.

Raul de Pablo scored 21 points for Towson (9-8, 5-4).

Johns Hopkins 86, Western Maryland 54: Steve Adams scored 15 points for the Blue Jays (11-5, 3-2 Centennial Conference).

Hopkins' Jake Stroman held the Green Terror's Greg Hill, who had eight three-pointers in his previous game, to 0-for-6 shooting.

Western Maryland (3-12, 1-5) suffered 26.9 percent shooting.

Marymount 73, Goucher 55: The visiting Saints (9-6, 5-1 Capital Athletic Conference) out-scored the Gophers (8-7, 3-3) by 38-20 in the paint and forced 23 turnovers. Marymount beat Goucher for the first time in 13 meetings.

Villa Julie 87, Polytechnic 57: Jermaine Smith and Steve Johnson scored 17 points apiece to lead the Mustangs. Villa Julie pulled away in the second half by shooting 63 percent (21-for-33) and making five of 11 three-pointers.

Salisbury State 93, St. Mary's 84: The Sea Gulls (9-6, 4-2 Capital Athletic Conference) used a late 16-3 run to win. Victor Jackson led Salisbury (8-7, 3-3) with 24 points; St. Mary's Harvey Davis led all scorers with a career-high 33 points.

Washington College 82, Haverford 76, 2 OT: The visiting Shoremen (7-8, 4-2) overcame four-point deficits in both overtime periods for a Centennial Conference win. Greg Adams had a game-high 24 points for Washington College and surpassed 1,000 career points.

Down 76-72 with three minutes left in the second overtime, the Shoremen went ahead to stay (77-76) on Steve DeVore's basket with under 1 1/2 minutes left.

Gettysburg 69, Frostburg State 67: Bill Davidson had a career-high 31 points to lead the host Bullets (9-7) past the Bobcats (4-13). Davidson's three-pointer with 1: 25 left proved to be the game-winner.

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