Doron lifts UM women past Clemson

Freshman has 22 points, 7 rebounds in 68-55 win

College Basketball

State

January 30, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Shay Doron scored 22 points and Delvona Oliver added 14 to lead the Maryland women to a 68-55 win over visiting Clemson last night.

The Terps improved to 13-7 overall and 5-4 in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Lady Tigers fell to 15-4 and 5-3.

Doron, a freshman guard, also had seven rebounds, six assists and four steals.

Mount St. Mary's 72, Central Connecticut State 64: Beth Foster scored 19 as the host Mountaineers (6-12, 5-4 Northeast Conference) beat the Blue Devils (3-14, 1-7).

UMES 65, Savannah State 57: Laconia Hatcher had 13 points and eight rebounds to lift the Lady Hawks (5-10) on the road against the Lady Tigers (5-16).

Delaware 65, Towson 52: The host Blue Hens (13-4, 5-3 Colonial Athletic Association) held the Tigers (8-9, 0-8) to 38.5 percent shooting in the victory.

Marist 64, Loyola 56: Lauren Troupe scored 20 on 7-for-13 shooting, but the visiting Greyhounds (8-10, 4-5 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) fell to the Red Foxes (11-7, 7-2).

St. Mary's 73, Gallaudet 53: The host Seahawks (5-12, 2-5 Capital Athletic Conference) handed the Bison (2-16, 0-7) their sixth straight loss.

La Roche 78, Frostburg State 71: The visiting Redhawks (3-14, 1-5 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference) surprised the Bobcats (11-7, 3-3), getting double-digit scoring from four players.

Men

UMES 62, Savannah State 61: Tee Trotter and Aaron Wellington each scored 23 points as the visiting Hawks (3-13) downed the host Tigers (1-21) in Savannah, Ga.

St. Mary's 51, Gallaudet 46: Matt Miller scored 18 points to power the host Seahawks (5-10, 3-4 Capital Athletic Conference) past the Bison (7-11, 1-6) in a come-from-behind win.

Frostburg State 82, LaRoche 79: Ryan Grabill and Dan Ryley combined for 46 points as the host Bobcats (9-8, 4-2 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference) downed the Red Hawks (7-9, 2-3).

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