Towson women lose 3rd straight as comeback falls short vs. JMU


January 12, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

With leading scorer Kacy O'Brien out of the lineup with an injury, Towson's women's basketball team lost a 72-61 decision to visiting James Madison yesterday, staying winless in the Colonial Athletic Association and extending its losing streak to three games.

Freshman Lesley Dickinson led the Dukes (5-8, 1-2 CAA), finishing with 25 points and thwarting a Towson rally with five straight points late in the second half.

The Tigers (8-4, 0-3) trailed by double digits much of the first half, but trimmed the deficit to 52-50 with 6:17 left.

Freshman Kelly Robinson sparked the rally, scoring 21 of her 27 points after halftime.

Loyola 66, Siena 52: Katie Scherle scored 16 points as the visiting Greyhounds improved to 6-7 overall and 2-2 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.


Misericordia 83, St. Mary's 63: The Seahawks (3-7) dropped the consolation game of the Moravian Greyhound Classic in Bethlehem, Pa., despite 22 points from Jeff Turner.

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