Washington Coll. overwhelms Villa Julie, earns 83-74 victory

Shoremen's record at .500

Bowie State women fall


January 31, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Washington College relied on a balanced attack, as five players scored in double figures to defeat Villa Julie, 83-74, last night in Chestertown.

Aaron Goode had 16 points and Earl Piner chipped in 14 for the Shoremen (9-9). Ryan Plews scored 10 points and added 13 rebounds in the victory.

The Mustangs (5-14) were led by Brian Hubbard, with 20 points, and Brock Jourdan and Jermaine Smith, who each contributed 14.


Elizabeth City 86, Bowie State 70: Daminicia Moody scored a game-high 26 points to lead the visiting Vikings (7-10) over the Bulldogs (7-13) in a Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association game.

Bowie' s Tamara Barnes scored 17 and Carla Harrison added 12 and collected 11 rebounds.

Swarthmore 56, Washington College 55: Gretchen Heitz converted one of two free throws with eight seconds remaining as host Swarthmore (16-2), which had trailed most of the game, slid past the Shoremen (6-11).

Swarthmore started the second half with a 9-0 run and trailed by no more than four until it pulled even at 46-46. The lead changed hands several times before the game reached a 55-55 tie.

After a block by Sarah Tufano, Washington's Katie Bierzonski missed a field goal as time expired, sealing the victory. Kate Bierzonski led the Shoremen with 14 and Katie Piringer added 12. Heather Kile the all scores with 23 for the Garnets.

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