Salisbury slips past York to take 98-91 win

Mids bow to Lehigh

Coppin rally falls short

State women

College Basketball

February 08, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Christen Barney scored a team-high 23 points and visiting Salisbury hit a season-high 12 three-pointers en route to a 98-91 victory over host York yesterday.

The loss knocked York into a second-place tie in the Capital Athletic Conference and kept the Sea Gulls in fifth -- a half game in front of Goucher.

Salisbury (11-10, 5-5) hit 52 percent from the field in the second half. York (12-7, 7-3) went to the free-throw line twice as many times as did Salisbury, but the Spartans hit just six of 28 three-point attempts. Heidi Miller scored 26 points for York.

Lehigh 77, Navy 53: The host Mids (10-13, 3-5 Patriot League) had their three-game winning streak ended. Jessica Depalo scored a game-high 33 points for the Mountain Hawks (9-12, 6-2), who shot 61.5 percent in the first half in winning for the first time in three games.

Adriene Roseti led the Mids with 11 points.

Florida A&M 65, Coppin State 48: The host Lady Rattlers (12-7, 8-2 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) won for the eighth time in nine games and gave coach Debra Clark her 150th career victory.

The Eagles (11-9, 7-4) got 15 points from Sherrie Tucker, but fell behind by as many as 30 and missed a chance to pull ahead of the Lady Rattlers in the conference standings.

Mount St. Mary's 64, St. Francis N.Y. 57: Myriam Baccouche led the Mountaineers (7-13, 6-5 Northeast Conference) with 16 points and beat the visiting Terriers for the 31st straight time. The Terriers fell to 4-16, 3-8.

Johns Hopkins 78, Bryn Mawr 19: The host Blue Jays (16-2, 11-1 Centennial Conference) opened the game on a 25-2 run. Ashanna Randall was the only Blue Jay in double figures, finishing with 13 points. Amy Johnson scored 12 points for Bryn Mawr (2-16, 0-13).

McDaniel 97, Haverford 43: Fourteen of 15 McDaniel players scored as the host Green Terror (18-2, 14-0 Centennial Conference) extended its winning streak to 13. Kelly Cramp led the Green Terror with 14 points. Meredith Foote led the Fords (2-15, 1-10) with 12 points.

Penn State-Behrend 70, Frostburg State 57: The visiting Lions (16-5, 8-1 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference) outscored the Bobcats at the free-throw line 29-8 in the second half. Tracey Little had a game-high 21 points for Frostburg State (13-8, 4-4).

Stony Brook 53, UMBC 43: Maria Brown scored 14 points, but the visiting Retrievers fell to 1-18 overall and 1-9 in the America East. Stony Brook (4-15, 3-7) won its second straight for the first time in a little more than a year.

Shaw 75, Bowie State 65: The Bulldogs' bench chipped in 24 points, but it was not enough to stop the Bears, who remained undefeated in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Allyson Hardy scored 23 points for Bowie State (10-13, 4-8), and Kiarsha Curtis had 21 points for Shaw (21-2, 13-0).

Mary Washington 70, St. Mary's 43: The visiting Seahawks (5-15, 2-8 Capital Athletic Conference) fell apart in the second half, hitting just five of 28 field-goal tries. The starting five for the Eagles (10-10, 6-4) combined for 61 points, with Lindsey Forbush's 16 points leading the way.

Hood 89, Wilson 38: Mandy Fischer scored 19 and the visiting Blazers remained undefeated in the Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference. Danielle Allen added 16 for Hood (14-6, 8-0).

Mary Baldwin 67, College of Notre Dame 61: The host Squirrels (11-6, 5-2 AWCC) held on behind 18 points from senior Lynn Malone. Sophomore Monica Cherry scored 13 for the Gators (10-8, 3-5).

Goucher 87, Gallaudet 44: The visiting Bison (2-19, 0-10 Capital Athletic Conference) committed 46 turnovers and Stephanie Tolbert hit 11 of 20 from the field and finished with 25 points for Goucher, which improved to 11-8, 5-5.

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