Mount gets NEC win

Coppin, Morgan fall

Sacred Heart 77-69 loser

Norfolk State tops Eagles

State

January 25, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Greg Harris led all scorers with 20 points as Mount St. Mary's defeated Sacred Heart, 77-69, last night in a Northeast Conference game in Emmitsburg.

Sacred Heart made just one field goal in the last 4: 15. A Mike Sandy dunk put the Pioneers (2-15, 1-6) up 60-56 with 8: 53 remaining, but the Mount (5-11, 4-3) went on an 11-4 run to go ahead for good at 67-64.

Norfolk State 84, Coppin State 75: Terrence Winston scored 25 points as the host Spartans (7-10, 6-2) claimed a share of the lead in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Coppin (6-10, 6-3), which fell to second place, got 18 points from Kofi Pointer.

Hampton 82, Morgan State 73: Mohamed Woni scored 18 points as the host Pirates (8-8, 6-2) overcame a 29-point performance from Jimmy Fields to beat the Bears (2-13, 2-4) in a MEAC game.

South Carolina State 85, UMES 65: Mike Wiatre scored 24 points and host South Carolina State (9-10, 6-2) pulled away in the second half to defeat UMES (5-13, 2-7) in a MEAC game. Kevin Wallace scored 20 to lead UMES.

Mary Washington 87, Villa Julie 71: Brett Lively had 25 points as the Eagles (6-8) defeated the host Mustangs (4-11). Villa Julie's Steve Johnson led all scorers with 26 points.

York 89, Western Maryland 81, OT: The Spartans (7-9) scored 12 straight points in the extra period to claim a nonconference win in Westminster.

Women

Hampton 87, Morgan State 73: Lashondra Dixon had a game-high 31 points to lead the host Pirates (7-10, 5-3) to a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference win over the Bears (10-7, 5-3). Monique Liddell's 23 points led Morgan State.

Washington College 54, Goucher 48: Allyson Britton had 17 points and Janine Morehead 12 as the Shorewomen (6-9) downed the Gophers (3-12) in a nonconference game in Chestertown.

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