Mitchell's 30 points carry Loyola women by UMES

Greyhounds prevail, 78-71

Bowie men, women win

State

November 25, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jennifer Mitchell scored 30 points and added 10 rebounds as Loyola downed Maryland Eastern Shore, 78-71, last night in Princess Anne.

Down 12 points at halftime, UMES (1-1) chipped away at the Loyola lead, tying the score at 62 with eight minutes remaining.

The teams played even until the final two minutes, when the Greyhounds (2-1) pulled away for the win.

Laura Salter scored 16 points for Loyola. Antoinette Daniels led the Lady Hawks with 17 points and nine rebounds. Destiny Avent and junior Neferteria Franklin each chipped in 15 points in the loss.

Bowie State 92, Winston-Salem State 79: Trailing by three at halftime, the Lady Bulldogs responded, outscoring the Rams 59-43 in the second half en route to the home victory in Bowie State's Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association opener.

The Bulldogs, 1-3 overall, got a huge day from the inside-outside duo of Tamara Barnes and Mona-Gail Barnes in beating the Rams (2-2, 0-2 CIAA).

Barnes, a guard, scored 24, and Baker, the Bulldogs' center, scored 22 points, going 7-for-15 from the field, and 5-for-6 from the line.Rachill Robinson contributed 20 points.

Duquesne 68, Towson 44: The Dukes (2-1) outscored Tigers 19-5 over the first 9:11 of the second half to take a commanding 51-21 lead, and cruised to the victory.

Jackie Richardson led Towson (0-3) with 13 points while Shonte Simpson added 10 in the loss.

Candace Futrell scored 19 in the win.

Men

Bowie State 90, Winston-Salem State 83: Jamal Shivers led six Bulldogs in double figures with 21 points, as host Bowie (1-1, 1-0) opened up its CIAA season with a victory over the Rams (1-1, 1-1).

Shivers did much of his damage from the line, going 11-for-12. Forward Haseem Alexander had 16 points, guard Cornelius McMurray had 15 and forward Stephen Moss-Kelley contributed 14 points and a game-high 10 rebounds for the Bulldogs, who shot 53 percent from the field.

They also made 10 of 20 three-pointers.

Missouri-Kansas City 58, UMES 55: Kevin Darby scored 21 points and Josh Hickman added 10 as the Hawks (1-3) fell to the Kangaroos (2-0).

Marcus Golson led Missouri-Kansas City with 21 points.

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