Balanced scoring lifts Salisbury over Washington College, 86-71

W. Md. tops Valley Forge

St. Mary's routed in Fla.

State men

November 21, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Five players scored in double figures, led by Clement Sorgho with 20 points, to lead the Salisbury men's basketball team to an 86-71 victory over host Washington College last night.

Jim Todd added 17 for the Sea Gulls (2-1).

Aaron Goode scored 16 to lead the Shoremen (1-2).

Goucher 74, Johns Hopkins 66: Issac Brooks scored 20 and Thabo Letsebe added 18 to lead the Gophers (2-1) over the Blue Jays (1-2).

Matthew Eisley led Hopkins with 17 points.

Western Maryland 65, Valley Forge 57: Starting slowly, the Green Terror (2-3) picked up the tempo to build a 31-15 halftime lead en route to a win over the visiting Patriots.

Jon Pearson led Western Maryland with 16 points and game-high 14 rebounds. Sam Anstead scored 11 and had a game-high six assists.

Jon Whiteway scored a game-high 20 points and pulled down five rebounds to lead Valley Forge.

The Green Terror returns to action Monday when it visits the College of New Jersey.

Florida Atlantic 107, St. Mary's 73: Reserve Daryl Dingle scored 22 and added nine rebounds to lead Florida Atlantic over St. Mary's in Boca Raton, Fla.

The 34-point victory was the fifth largest in Florida Atlantic's history.

Dingle and four starters scored in double figures for Florida Atlantic (1-1), as Andre Garner scored 17, Raheim Brown added 15, Robert Williams 14 and Earnest Crumbley 12.

Brandon Jones scored 28 to lead St. Mary's (0-2).

Florida Atlantic jumped to a 49-25 halftime lead, shooting 56.4 percent from the field. The Fighting Owls shot even better in the second half, hitting 60.5 percent and 58.5 percent for the game.

Villa Julie 82, Gallaudet 76: Chad Gibson scored 22 to lead the Mustangs (2-1) over the Bison.

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