Lebanon Valley prevents McDaniel from winning 300th for Martin, 62-61

State women

December 05, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Becky Martin will have to wait for her 300th win. Her McDaniel women's basketball team controlled most of the game last night, but Lebanon Valley came back and handed the Green Terror a 62-61 loss.

The loss ended a 13 game home-winning streak for McDaniel (4-1).

The Flying Dutchmen (5-0) took their first lead with 2:50 remaining on a jump shot by Jennifer Northcott.

The Terror fought back to tie it twice, but a combination of missed free throws and an accumulated 31 turnovers ended their chances.

Kristy Costa led McDaniel with a double double (20 points, 12 rebounds). Most of her points came in the game's opening 10 minutes. Sara Franz (Seton Keough) chipped in 10 points for McDaniel.

The Flying Dutchmen had three players in double figures, with Northcott leading the way with 19 points and 10 boards.

Goucher 60, College of Notre Dame 38: The Gophers held the Gators to 18.2 percent shooting.

CND (3-1) made only 12 of 62 shots, and the Gophers (3-2) forced 28 Gators turnovers. Goucher led 24-18 at the half, then outscored the Gators 36-20 in the second half.

Senior Kate Guggino led Goucher with 22 points and 11 rebounds, and Stephanie Tolbert added 15 points.

Freshman Casie Hall (Lansdowne) had career highs with nine points and eight rebounds to lead the Gators.

Bowie State 95, Bloomsburg 83: The Bulldogs (3-5) scored 37 points off turnovers and 40 in the paint to down the visiting Huskies (3-2).

Bowie's Allyson Hardy led all scorers with 34 points. Rachill Robinson and LaToya Rawls added 24 and 22 to the Bulldogs' cause. Michelle Albanese led Bloomsburg with 24.

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