Bucknell breezes by Navy in 87-46 rout

Mids drop fourth straight

UMES loses to Norfolk St.

State men

College Basketball

January 18, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Chris McNaughton and Charles Lee scored 15 points apiece as Bucknell broke a five-game losing streak with an 87-46 rout of the Navy men's basketball team yesterday before 1,916 at Sojka Pavilion in Lewisburg, Pa.

Bucknell (4-11, 1-2 Patriot League) shot a school- and Patriot League-record 71.7 percent (33-for-46) from the field, including 78.9 percent (15-for-19) in the second half, in sending the Midshipmen (3-13, 0-3) to their fourth straight loss and 12th in a row on the road.

Jeff Charles led Navy, which has lost three games by 40 or more points, with eight points.

Norfolk State 67, UMES 54: The Spartans (4-11, 3-3 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) started the game with a 23-3 run and shot a season-high 57 percent from the field in beating the visiting Hawks (1-11, 1-4).

Chakowby Hicks led Norfolk State with 20 points, and Tee Trotter of UMES scored 25.

Goucher 65, Gallaudet 63: Robert Haney's layup with 12 seconds left brought the host Bison (7-8, 1-3) to within 64-63 before Trevor Quinn made one of two free throws to lift the Gophers (8-6, 2-2) to a Capital Athletic Conference victory.

The game was tied at 54 with 4:35 left when Goucher went on a 7-0 run.

Quinn had 18 points, and Haney scored 22.

Ursinus 82, Johns Hopkins 74: Dennis Stanton scored a Centennial Conference-record 45 points as the host Bears (9-5, 5-2) stopped a seven-game winning streak by the Blue Jays (10-3, 6-1).

Hopkins, led by Frank Mason with 18 points, went on a 15-2 scoring run to pull to within 69-67 with 2:36 left, but Stanton made a three-pointer with 1:51 left to end the run.

Muhlenberg 91, McDaniel 75: Jimmy O'Brien had 19 points to power the Mules (5-8, 3-4 Centennial Conference) past the Green Terror (4-10, 1-6) in Allentown, Pa.

Kyle O'Connor scored 16 for McDaniel.

St. Mary's 70, Mary Washington 57: The Seahawks (4-8, 2-2 CAC) - led by Joe Farina (Pallotti) with 28 points - shot 59.6 percent from the field, took a 16-4 lead and never trailed at Somerset Gymnasium in St. Mary's City.

Ian Sumers led the Eagles (8-6, 3-1 CAC) with 16 points.

Franklin & Marshall 84, Washington College 64: The host Diplomats (12-2, 7-0 Centennial Conference) jumped to a 36-16 halftime lead over the Shoremen (5-9, 2-5).

Bobby Lynch led four Diplomats in double figures with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Washington's Dustin Abbate led all scorers by matching his career high of 25 points.

York 87, Salisbury 83: A balanced Spartans offense featured three players with 19 points each and another with 18 as York (6-8, 3-1 CAC) beat the host Sea Gulls (0-4, 3-10).

Sean Whittaker and Ray Williams each scored 20 for Salisbury.

Hood 70, Penn State-Altoona 63: Santo Provenzano and Darnell Edmonds each scored 11 first-half points as the host Blazers (6-7) opened a 21-point lead at the half and beat the Cougars (2-10).

Penn State-Altoona went on a 23-9 scoring run with 10:40 left to pull within 55-48, before Hood responded and pushed the lead back up to 14 with 4:21 left.

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