Morgan no match in second half vs. Wis.-Green Bay

Coppin women routed


November 24, 2008|By From Sun staff reports

Chop Tang scored 16 points and had nine rebounds to lead Wisconsin-Green Bay past Morgan State, 71-54, yesterday in the Glenn Wilkes Classic in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Tang converted all six of his free throws and Green Bay made 28-for-30 from the stripe. Green Bay (2-2) also got 15 points and seven rebounds from Randy Berry and 15 points from Mike Schachtner, who connected on seven of eight free throws.

Morgan State (2-4) was led by Marquise Kately, who had 14 points, and Reggie Holmes, who scored 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

Green Bay led 37-35 at the half before Kately opened the second half with a three-pointer for a 38-37 advantage that turned out to be Morgan State's last lead.

Green Bay then went on a 17-1 run over the next 8:59 with Schachtner and Rahmon Fletcher each contributing four points to help extend the lead to 54-39.


SOUTH FLORIDA 97, COPPIN STATE 43: : Shantia Grace scored a school-record 44 points leading the Bulls (4-0) past the Eagles (0-2). Danielle Anders led Coppin State with 11 points, while Jennifer Martin had seven points and seven rebounds. Whitney Cunningham added seven rebounds for the Eagles.

LOYOLA 64, ARMY 56: : The visiting Greyhounds (2-2) - led by Kaitlin Grant with 16 points - opened the second half on a 14-5 run and sustained that momentum for the win over the Black Knights (1-3). Army drew within four with 1:08 remaining, but Loyola's Siobhan Prior and Kaitlin Grant each made a pair of free throws.

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