Navy women match last year's win total

Mids rout Princeton, 67-45

Loyola's rally sinks Manhattan, 63-51

College Basketball

January 06, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Navy used a 23-3 second-half run last night to pull away from Princeton (0-11) for a 67-45 women's basketball victory in Princeton, N.J.

The Midshipmen (5-8) matched their victory total of last season.

The Tigers' only lead came at 18-16 with 5:30 left in the first half, but Navy closed the half on an 11-0 run for a 27-18 halftime advantage and would not relinquish it again.

Adrienne Rosetti led Navy with 12 points and Courtney Davidson added 11 points.

Loyola 63, Manhattan 51: The visiting Greyhounds (8-4) closed with a 12-4 run with 3:19 to play to secure victory over the Jaspers (7-5). Shontrese Smith scored a game-high 17 points, and Katie Netherton contributed 13 points and 16 rebounds.

Virginia 82, Maryland 41: The host Cavaliers (11-4, 3-0) shot 73 percent in the first half - 59 percent for the game - and routed the Terps (10-4, 1-2) in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Deedee Warley led Maryland with 13 points.

Washington College 59, Marian 37: Kaite Bierzonski registered game highs of 20 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Shorewomen (4-5) past the Sabres (7-6) at the Goombay Shootout in Nassau, the Bahamas.

Staten Island 71, Villa Julie 54: The Mustangs (2-9) were led by freshman Maura Fannin's 12 points and 11 rebounds but could not stop the visiting Dolphins (6-4).

Salisbury State 70, Muhlenberg 57: The visiting Seagulls (8-2) flew past the Mules (4-4) at the Grotto Pizza Classic in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Elisabeth Barfuss scored a game-high 21 points and Jaime Kohlenstein added 16.

NYU 64, Johns Hopkins 62: The Blue Jays (5-4) battled back to within two points but could not draw even in a loss to the Violets (8-0) at home. Sophomore Lauren Martin scored a career-high 23.

Apprentice School 85, St. Mary's 44: Sophomore Samanda Hawkins scored a career-high 16 as the Apprentices (10-1) handed the Seahawks (2-7) their sixth straight loss.

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