Chapman's closing foul shots seal Towson women's first win, 64-59

Case Western 3-point play sinks Hopkins, 59-57


College Basketball

January 13, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Mia Chapman scored a game-high 19 points and hit three free throws in the closing seconds to lift Towson to its first win of the season, a 64-59 decision over host Boston University in America East women's basketball last night at Case Gym in Boston.

Dia Dufault had 11 points and a career-high 12 rebounds for the Terriers (5-9, 2-3), who have dropped three straight.

Boston U. opened the game with a 13-8 lead after a layup by Dufault, but Towson (1-13, 1-5) quickly tied the score and took a 16-13 lead on a three-pointer by Chapman with 9:07 left. Towson never trailed after that.

The Terriers got as close as three points four times in the second half but could not score the go-ahead point. The game had 55 turnovers, 28 by Towson.

Case Western 59, Johns Hopkins 57: Freshman guard Dawn Bialosky completed a three-point play with less than 10 seconds to play to lift the visiting Spartans (9-3, 3-2) over the Blue Jays (7-5, 3-4) in a University Athletic Association game.

The Blue Jays missed a last-second three-pointer and a chance to win the game. Neither team led by more than seven points. Hopkins led 31-26 at the half, but the Spartans opened the second half with a 15-7 run to take a 41-38 lead with 13:42 left. The Blue Jays responded with a 13-4 run to take a six-point lead, but could not hold the advantage.

Bialosky led the Spartans with 19 points, including four three-pointers, and junior forward JeNine Nickerson added 14 points and 19 rebounds. Lauren Martin (Glenelg) led the Blue Jays with 14.


Johns Hopkins 60, Case Western 51: Steve Adams and Matthew Eisley scored 18 and 11 points, respectively, to lead the host Blue Jays (9-4, 6-1) past the Spartans (4-7, 2-2) in a UAA game.

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