Coppin men fall again

January 22, 2008|By [FROM STAFF REPORTS]

State

Coppin State remained winless in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference with a 63-48 loss to visiting Florida A&M (6-11, 2-3) last night.

The Eagles (4-15, 0-5) are off to their worst start in MEAC play and have lost 13 of their past 14 games.

Tywain McKee scored 15 points to lead Coppin State, and Robert Pressey added 11 points and nine rebounds.

Lake Erie 88, Frostburg State 66 -- The Storm (10-5, 6-2 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference) had five players score in double figures and shot 58 percent from the field, including 6-for-7 on three-pointers in the second half to pull away. Senior Brian Green (Archbishop Curley) led the Bobcats (3-13, 2-7) with 21 points. Green also made three of Frostburg's five three-pointers. Fellow senior Jade Belt (Perry Hall) added 12 points and nine rebounds.

Women

Morgan State 54, Bethune-Cookman 52 -- Corin Adams had game highs of 25 points, seven assists and six steals as the Bears (10-6, 4-1 MEAC) outlasted the Wildcats (7-10, 2-2).

Mount St. Mary's 72, St. Francis (Pa.) 59 -- Dominique Mazzuchi recorded her second consecutive 26-point performance to power the Mountaineers (6-13, 4-4 Northeast Conference) past the Red Flash (5-13, 2-5).

UMES 88, Norfolk State 65 -- The Hawks (8-8, 1-2 MEAC) forced 30 turnovers and out-rebounded the Spartans 43-28. The Spartans fell to 2-12, 0-5.

Coppin State 90, Florida A&M 62 -- Seniors Rashida Suber and Shalamar Oakley combined to score 58 points in the win for the Eagles (8-10, 3-2MEAC).

St. Mary's 71, Johns Hopkins 47 -- Megan Uglik surpassed 1,000 career points and Steph Saint-Aubin scored a game-high 19 for the Seahawks (10-5). Blue Jays freshman Lyndsay Burton had 11 points and 10 rebounds, but it wasn't enough for Hopkins (5-9) to overcome a 43-18 halftime deficit.

Lake Erie 74, Frostburg State 64 -- The Bobcats (5-10, 2-7 AMCC) scored 50 points in the second half and outscored the Storm (8-7, 6-2) by 12 but made just six baskets in the first half and trailed 36-14 at halftime.

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