Navy's defense held Bucknell to 18.9 percent shooting from the field as the Midshipmen defeated the Bison, 65-42, yesterday at Alumni Hall.
Navy (11-14, 4-6 Patriot League) trailed 18-17 with slightly more than five minutes to play in the first half, but closed on an 11-4 run to take a 28-21 advantage into halftime.
The Mids then started the second half on an 11-2 run to take a 39-23 lead less than four minutes into the half against the Bison (11-12, 4-6).
Courtney Davidson finished with five three-point field goals, led all players with 23 points, grabbed six rebounds and tied a career high with four steals.
Pitt-Bradford 65, Frostburg State 58: The Bobcats (14-10, 5-6) took a 33-23 lead into the break, but were outscored 42-25 in the second half in a loss to the host Panthers (9-15, 4-7) in the Allegheny Mountain Conference.
Jamie Cable scored a game-high 21 points while Tracie George and Tracey Little had 11 points apiece for Frostburg State.
Fairleigh Dickinson 79, Mount St. Mary's 61: Natallia Marchanka had 25 points and seven assists to lead the host Knights (10-12, 7-6) past the Mountaineers (7-15, 6-7) in a Northeast Conference game.
Samira Rashid tied her career high with 21 points to lead Mount St. Mary's.
Bowie State 63, St. Pauls' 48: Allyson Hardy had 21 points and 11 rebounds while Rachill Robinson added 13 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs (12-13, 7-8) past the visiting Tigers (1-21, 0-13) in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
McDaniel 71, Bryn Mawr 40: The Green Terror (19-3, 15-1) had 13 players score, led by Kelly Cramp's 14, in a win over the host Mawrters (2-19, 0-16) in the Centennial Conference.
Gettysburg 68, Washington College 52: Jen Bengel posted game-highs of 23 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Bullets (10-12, 7-8) past the visiting Shoremen (7-15, 3-12) in a Centennial Conference game.
Hood 83, Mary Baldwin 71: Katie Brennan made 10 of 13 field-goal attempts and finished with a season-high 20 points to lead five Blazers (16-7, 10-0) in double figures as they beat the visiting Squirrels (13-7, 6-3) to remain undefeated in the Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference.
Goucher 87, Salisbury 68: Kate Guggino had a game-high 21 points and 18 rebounds as the host Gophers (13-8, 7-5) cruised past the Sea Gulls (12-11, 6-6) in the Capital Athletic Conference.
Julia Waters had 15 points and 10 rebounds to lead Salisbury while Kiera Watkins added 14 points and 13 rebounds. Goucher's Stephanie Tolbert finished with 20 points and Stacy Hollander had 16 points and 10 assists.
Johns Hopkins 65, Haverford 62: Maureen Myers scored 14 points and Haley Wojdowski added 12 as the Blue Jays (19-2, 14-1) held off a late second-half rally to defeat the host Fords (2-19, 1-4) in a Centennial Conference game.
Catholic 69, St. Mary's 60: The visiting Seahawks (5-17, 2-10) were outscored 22-4 from the free-throw line and converted just 8 of 26 field-goal attempts in the first half in a loss to the Cardinals (17-5, 9-3) in the Capital Athletic Conference.
Mary Kate Lenz scored 19 points to lead St. Mary's.
Morgan State 52, Howard 42: The Bison (7-14, 7-5) converted just 13 of 63 field-goal attempts in a loss to the host Bears (2-20, 2-11) in a Mid Eastern Athletic Conference game. Candace Holmes led Morgan State with 13 points and Whitney Johnson added 12.
UMES 83, N.C. A&T 49: Octavia Thompson scored a team-high 16 points and Erica Bennett added 13 as the host Hawks (8-14, 3-10) outran the Aggies (6-17, 3-10) in a MEAC game.
College of Notre Dame 49, Chatham 39: The Gators (12-9, 5-6) made all 12 of their free throws and forced 26 turnovers in a win over the host Cougars (2-14, 2-7) in the Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference.
Coppin State 60, Delaware State 47: Leisel Harry had game-highs of 26 points and 14 rebounds to lift the Eagles (13-9, 9-4) over the visiting Hornets (15-6, 10-2) in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game.
UMBC 61, Northeastern 51: The host Retrievers (2-19, 2-10 America East) - led by Maria Brown with 17 points - broke a three-game losing streak by downing the Huskies (11-10, 5-7).