Marist rallies to hand Loyola 17th defeat, 67-53

Salisbury, WMC beaten

Hopkins women roll

College Basketball

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January 31, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Marist College earned a come-from-behind, 67-53 victory over visiting Loyola in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's game last night.

The Red Foxes (14-6, 8-3) trailed 29-24 at halftime and Loyola (2-17, 1-9) extended the lead to seven points just 1:16 into the second half.

But Marist rallied to tie the score at 34 and outscored the Greyhounds 29-18 over the final 15 minutes to earn the victory.

Dennis Young scored 13 points and pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds to lead Marist.

Lucious Jordan led Loyola with 10 points.

Marymount 74, Salisbury 71: Doug King led all scorers with 27 points, his fourth game with 24 or more, but the host Sea Gulls (6-13, 2-7 Capital Athletic Conference) were beaten.

Carlton Phelps led the Saints (13-7, 6-3) with 18 points.

Franklin & Marshall 78, Western Maryland 57: Duran Searles scored a game-high 20 points and Steve Juskin added 14 points and seven rebounds to lift the visiting Diplomats (16-4, 2-6) in a Centennial Conference game.

Jack Kowalik scored a team-high 15 points for the Green Terror (6-13, 2-6). Adam Hynes (South Carroll) contributed 12 points.

Franklin & Marshall forced 23 turnovers, including 16 steals, and had seven blocked shots. Western Maryland had only three steals and two blocks.

Women

Johns Hopkins 88, Gettysburg 45: Kathy Darling scored a game-high 20 points and the host Blue Jays equaled their victory total of last season.

Leading 18-10 with 12 minutes left in the first half, the Blue Jays (17-3, 8-1 Centennial Conference) went on a 22-7 run to take a 40-17 lead with 3:14 left.

Hopkins shot 60 percent in the half and had a 45-24 cushion at halftime. Hopkins opened the second half on a 22-10 run to take a 67-34 lead with 11:56 left in the game and cruised to victory.

Sophomore forward Trista Snyder joined Darling in double figures with 12 points.

Dana Bear led the Bullets (10-10, 6-5) with 13 points, and senior guard Jen Nolan added nine points to go with four rebounds.

Gettysburg shot just 23 percent (16-of-70) for the game compared to 52 percent (32-of-61) for the Blue Jays.

Marymount 80, Salisbury 72: Jodie Knotts and Candice Brown scored 21 and 20 as the visiting Saints (16-4, 8-1 Capital Athletic Conference) won their eighth straight and tied the Sea Gulls (15-4, 8-1) for first place.

Pam Kenney and Jaime Kohlenstein each had 17 for Salisbury.

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