Mount St. Mary's falls short vs. Va. Tech, 82-59

W. Maryland wins, 77-68

Frostburg State falters


November 18, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Terry Taylor had 19 points and 13 rebounds as Virginia Tech beat Mount St. Mary's, 82-59, last night in Blacksburg, Va.

Pat Atangana led Mount St. Mary's with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Jerry Lloyd added 13 points. The Mountaineers were outrebounded, 54-31.

Western Maryland 77, Maryland Bible 68: Behind 23-of-26 free-throw shooting in the second half and Sam Anstead's team-high 19 points and nine rebounds, the host Green Terror downed the Eagles.

The Green Terror handed former Towson assistant Jay Dull a win in his head coaching debut.

Widener 81, Frostburg State 71: Tim Whalen scored a game-high 21 points and tournament Most Valuable Player Mike Siuchta added 19 points and nine rebounds as the No. 19 Pioneers (2-0) held off a late Bobcats charge for a win in the championship game of the Frostburg State Tip-Off Invitational.

Johns Hopkins 93, Case Western 67: Junior forward Steve Adams recorded game-highs of 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Blue Jays over the Spartans in the consolation game of the Blue Jay Invitational.

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy 85, Goucher 68: The host Mariners, who advanced to the round of 16 in last year's NCAA Division III playoffs, dominated the Gophers on the boards, 50-31, en route to a victory in the first round of the Kings Point Tip-Off Invitational in Kings Point, N.Y.

Juniata 87, Villa Julie 74: In the Adelphia/Doc Green Tournament in Huntingdon, Pa., the Eagles erased an eight-point halftime deficit to beat the Mustangs.


Binghamton 72, Morgan State 47: Center Sarah Cartmill scored 19 points and forward Leah Truncale chipped in with 14 points, helping the Bearcats to a decisive victory over the Bears in the consolation game of the Seton Hall Classic.

Johns Hopkins 85, Washington & Jefferson 58: Junior center Kathy Darling scored 23 points and grabbed six rebounds to pace the host Blue Jays in the first round of the Blue Jay Invitational.

Hopkins advanced to today's 3 p.m. final, where it will face Chowan College, a come-from-behind 52-49 winner over St. Mary's in the other first-round matchup.

Washington College 69, Shenandoah 63: Sophomore guard Katie Piringer scored a game-high 21 points and freshman forward Liz Smith tossed in 18 on 7-of-11 shooting to lead the host Shorewomen (1-0) to a win in the consolation game of the Sho'Time Shootout.

Gettysburg 73, Frostburg State 38: Jay Hodge scored 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, and the Bullets blew open a close game by outscoring the Bobcats, 42-13, in the second half as Gettysburg dumped Frostburg, in the second round of the Marymount Tip-Off Classic at Verizon Sports Arena.

Hood 76, Christendom 35: The Blazers, led by Danielle Allen's 20 points, nine rebounds and five steals and Mandy Fischer's 18 points, outscored the visiting Lady Crusaders 39-10 in the second half on their way to the lopsided win.

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