Siena turns back Loyola, 68-58

struggling 'Hounds fall to 3-19

Towson women suffer 17th straight loss, 66-28

State

February 08, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Siena men's basketball team bounced back from a sluggish first half to post a 68-58 victory over Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference rival Loyola last night before 6,215 at Pepsi Arena in Albany, N.Y.

The Saints (11-14, 8-5) shot 48 percent from the field and out-scored the Greyhounds (3-19, 2-11) 32-20 after intermission.

Lucious Jordan led the Greyhounds with 15 points.

Bowie State 89, Columbia Union 83: The visiting Bulldogs had four players in double figures, led by Cornelius McMurray's 22, as they registered a come-from behind win in overtime.

Women

Delaware 66, Towson 28: Allison Trapp scored 17 and the host Blue Hens (17-4, 10-2 Colonial Athletic Association) held the Tigers (1-20, 0-11) to the lowest point total in Bob Carpenter Center history.

Delaware won its ninth straight game. Towson, which scored only nine points in the second half, lost for the 17th consecutive time.

Florida State 60, Maryland 55: April Traylor scored 16 points and Tasheika Morris contributed 12 points and 10 rebounds as the Seminoles (12-11, 3-9) picked up an Atlantic Coast Conference victory by defeating the struggling Terrapins (10-13, 3-9).

Renneika Razor and Marche Strickland were the only Terps in double figures with 13 and 12 points, respectively.

St. Peter's 80, Loyola 42: Senior Felicia Harris scored 20 points and Sue Porter added 15 as the Peahens (19-4, 12-2) won their sixth straight game in the Metro Athletic Conference contest vs. the visiting Greyhounds (8-13, 2-10).

Bowie State 76, Columbia Union 51: The visiting Bulldogs got 20 points from Mona-Gail Baker and outscored the Pioneers 50-27 in the second half to pull away.

Philadelphia Bible 71, Villa Julie 30: Sarah Kresge scored 22 points to lead the Crimson Eagles (14-5) to a lopsided road win over the Mustangs (2-19).

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