Dunn's 3-pointer with :04 left lifts Loyola women over Iona

State

February 21, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Brittany Dunn hit a jump shot with four seconds left to give the Loyola women a 53-51 win over Iona yesterday at Reitz Arena.

Loyola's Krystle Harrington (11 points) tied the game at 51 with 22 seconds left before Iona turned the ball over on its next possession. Harrington then found an open Dunn (eight points), who scored to give the Greyhounds their second straight win.

Loyola improved to 9-16 overall and 8-8 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. The Gaels fell to 5-20, 3-13.

Towson 68, Delaware 59: The Tigers held off a late surge by Delaware to end a 10-game losing streak to the host Blue Hens in Colonial Athletic Association action.

Towson freshman guard Alis Freeman recorded team highs of 16 points, eight rebounds and seven assists.

League-leading Delaware, which lost for the second time in its past three outings following a school-record 17-game winning streak, fell to 20-4, 13-2 and lost to Towson for the first time since the 1999-2000 season. The Tigers broke a two-game losing streak and improved to 14-12, 7-8.

McDaniel 75, Muhlenberg 53: Katy Powell led the visiting Green Terror with 12 points as it improved to 22-3 overall and 16-2 in the Centennial Conference.

The Mules dropped to 11-13, 7-10.

Men

Canisius 92, Loyola 83: Chuck Harris' three-pointer broke a 71-71 tie and started a 13-0 run, as the host Golden Griffins (9-16, 7-9 MAAC) defeated the Greyhounds (6-19, 5-11).

Charlie Bell scored 17 points and Brad Farrell had 10 rebounds for Loyola.

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