Hopkins routs Goucher, 104-38, sets school record for points

6 score in double figures

W.Md., Frostburg fall

State women

November 21, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Trish Snyder scored 18 points, leading six players in double figures, as visiting Johns Hopkins set a school record for points in a game, routing Goucher, 104-38, last night in a nonconference game.

The 104 points eclipsed the record of 97 set against Widener in the 1990-91 season and tied against Roger Williams in the 1993-94 season.

Kathy Darling scored 13 and Heidi Sumser and Jennifer Butterwei each had 12 for the Blue Jays (3-0).

The Gophers fell to 1-2.

American 69, Towson 60: Jackie Richardson scored a career-high 13 points but the Tigers dropped their second in a row, falling to the Eagles (3-0), who got 35 points from Katryn Costenbader.

Swarthmore 60, Western Maryland 58: Three Green Terror players scored in double figures as Western Maryland (2-1) fell to the Garnet Tide in each team's Centennial Conference opener.

Brooke Brenneman led the Terror with 13 points, and Jen Piccolomini and Tobi McIntire each scored 12.

Brenneman also had four steals and four rebounds.

Mary Washington 68, Frostburg State 51: Kim Faust had 31 points, six rebounds, five steals and two blocks, but the Bobcats (0-4) fell to the visiting Saints (1-2).

Adrienne Barnes led Mary Washington with 22 points, connecting on 11 of 16 shots and scoring the Saints' first 12 points of the game.

Holly Myers finished with 10 points and six rebounds for Frostburg State.

Washington College 75, Wesley 54: Liz Smith scored 29 points and Katie Piringer contributed 10 as the Shorewomen (2-1) defeated the Wolverines (1-2) in a nonconference game.

Cabrini 69, St. Mary's 48: Samanda Hawkis scored 17 points as the Seahawks (0-3) remained winless, falling to the Lady Cavs (1-0).

York 82, Villa Julie 27: Alyssa Phoebus scored 12 points as the Mustangs (1-2) were beaten by the Spartans (2-1).

Greta Scmidt scored 14 points to lead visiting York College.

Hood 65, Philadelphia Bible 51: Melissa Kolb scored 18 points to lift the Blazers over the Crimson Eagles.

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