Miami's 13-2 run pushes back UMBC, 61-52

Salisbury falls

State

December 10, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Robert Hite scored 13 of his 18 points during a late second-half rally to lead Miami to a 61-52 men's college basketball victory over UMBC last night in Coral Gables, Fla.

Down 23-21 at halftime, Miami (5-2) used a 13-2 run to take control. William Frisby's dunk with just over six minutes remaining gave Miami a 45-43 lead, its first since leading 4-2.

Rob Gogerty led the Golden Retrievers (2-3) with 19 points, and Cory McJimson added 10.

St. Mary's 64, Salisbury 62: Freshman point guard Dan Engelstad's 16-foot jumper at the buzzer lifted the Seahawks (1-4, 1-1 Capital Athletic Conference) to a come-from-behind victory over the Sea Gulls (2-5, 0-2).

The Seahawks, who were trailing 42-28 at the break, opened the second half with a 12-0 run to cut the deficit to 42-40. Salisbury extended their lead to 60-49 with 7:23 left. The Seahawks answered with 13-2 run to tie at 62 with 52 seconds remaining.

Bowie State 90, UDC 84: Anton Jenifer scored 29 points to power the host Bulldogs (6-1) past the Firebirds (4-3).

Women

Hood 80, Salisbury 71: The Blazers (4-2) - led by Kathryn Holihan and Melissa Kolb with 21 and 20 points - took a six-point halftime lead and never looked back.

Hood converted six of 10 free throws in the final 1:27 to hold off the Sea Gulls (4-3).

Frostburg State 80, Mount Aloysius 72: Tracey Little scored 25 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for her fifth double double of the year as the host Bobcats (6-3) erased a 12-point, second-half deficit.

Bowie State 79, UDC 61: Bowie's Allyson Hardy scored a game-high 34 points to lead the way for the host Bulldogs (4-5).

Johns Hopkins 67, Swarthmore 47: Sophomore Amanda Leese scored a career-high 19 points and added six rebounds as the host Blue Jays (7-0, 3-0 Centennial Conference) defeated the Garnet Tide (5-3, 1-2).

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