Reeder, Navy win 5th in row, beat Colgate

Salisbury State sweeps away Goucher, 75-59

Colgate women edge Navy

State

February 03, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Robert Reeder scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Navy to a 69-65 win over Colgate last night in a Patriot League men's game in Hamilton, N.Y.

Colgate (8-11, 1-5) held a 60-52 advantage with 7: 41 remaining before Navy (15-5, 5-1) scored 11 straight points to lead 63-60.

Marques Green tied the game 63-63 with a three-point shot from the corner, but the Midshipmen scored the next five points -- all from the foul line -- to pull away.

Chris Williams had a game-high 17 points for Navy, which has won five straight. Sitapha Savane added 12 and John Williams 10.

Salisbury State 75, Goucher 59: Victor Jackson scored 17 points as host Salisbury State beat Goucher in a Capital Athletic Conference game.

The Sea Gulls (12-6, 7-2) extended their win streak to a season-high four straight, including their first-ever season sweep of the Gophers (9-9, 4-5).

Goucher's Darrian Lee led all scorers with 21 points, and Todd Sykes added 18.

Johns Hopkins 70, Gettysburg 62: Pablo Koropecky scored 11 points and Antonio Peoples added 10 as the host Blue Jays (13-6, 5-3) defeated the Bullets (11-8, 4-4) in a Centennial Conference game. Bill Davidson led Gettysburg with 14 points.

Women

Colgate 61, Navy 55: Sarah Parks led five players in double figures, leading the host Red Raiders (9-11, 2-3) to their second straight Patriot League game over the Mids (2-17, 0-6).

Colgate broke a 26-26 halftime tie by shooting 40 percent from the floor to Navy's 34.5 percent.

Alison Hanson led Colgate with 12, and Navy's Hilary Goodrich led all scorers with 18.

Gettysburg 67, Johns Hopkins 62: Carrie Kulp and Steph Drevna scored 19 and 18 points, respectively, as the host Bullets (11-6, 6-4) edged the Blue Jays (15-4, 7-1) in Centennial Conference action.

Lauren Martin led Johns Hopkins with 15 points, and Molly Malloy added 11.

St. Mary's 68, Catholic 52: Katryn Costenbader scored 18 to power the visiting Seahawks (16-2, 7-2) past the host Cardinals (9-10, 3-6) in a CAC action.

Catholic's Pam Canfield led all scorers with 23.

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