UMBC tops Hartford, despite free-throw slips

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Backcourt leads Mount past Sacred Heart

Coppin women win

January 18, 2009|By From Sun staff reports

Jay Greene scored 17 points and Darryl Proctor added 14 points and 14 rebounds as host UMBC beat Hartford, 69-60, last night.

Matt Spadafora had 15 points and six assists, while Chauncey Gilliam and Rich Flemming each scored 10 points for the Retrievers (8-8, 2-2 America East Conference).

Greene hit a season-high five three-pointers for UMBC, which won despite going 12-for-20 from the free-throw line.

MOUNT ST. MARY'S 78, SACRED HEART 67:: The backcourt combination of Jeremy Goode and Jean Cajou combined for 47 points to lead the Mount (9-9, 4-3 Northeast Conference) to a win over the visiting Pioneers (6-11, 3-4).

NORTH CAROLINA A&T 76, UMES 61:: Tavarus Alston scored 10 of his 12 points in the second half and the Aggies (7-10, 2-2 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) defeated the visiting Hawks (3-10, 1-2).

JOHNS HOPKINS 60, SWARTHMORE 48:: Senior guard Collin Kamm scored a career-high 22 points to lead the host Blue Jays (10-4, 5-2 Centennial Conference) over the Garnet (1-12, 0-7).

FROSTBURG STATE 85, HILBERT 78, OT:: The Bobcats (8-6, 5-2 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference) rallied from a six-point second-half deficit in beating the visiting Hawks (2-12, 1-6).

WASHINGTON COLLEGE 73, DICKINSON 65:: Junior forward Alan Kines (Towson) had career highs of 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead the host Shoremen (5-9, 2-5 Centennial) past the Red Devils (7-5, 2-5).

WESLEY 102, HOOD 88:: The Blazers (5-10, 2-4 Capital Athletic Conference) had four players in double figures, but it wasn't enough as they fell to the host Wolverines (8-5, 5-0).

ST. MARY'S 81, MARY WASHINGTON 77, OT:: An 8-4 run in overtime led the Seahawks (12-3, 5-1 CAC) past the visiting Eagles (7-6, 4-1).

SALISBURY 96, GALLAUDET 65:: Chris McGrew scored a career-high 18 points to lift the host Sea Gulls (6-9, 3-3 CAC) over the Bison (7-6, 0-6).

Women

COPPIN STATE 67, BETHUNE-COOKMAN 58:: Jeanine Manley scored a career-high 14 points and the Eagles (3-11, 2-2 MEAC) used clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch to hold off the visiting Wildcats (6-8, 0-4).

UMBC 68, MAINE 58:: Carlee Cassidy led all scorers with 22 points as the Retrievers (10-7, 2-2 America East) defeated the visiting Black Bears (2-15, 0-4).

JOHNS HOPKINS 67, SWARTHMORE 59:: Lyndsay Burton's 24 points led the Blue Jays (6-8, 4-3 Centennial) over the visiting Garnet (7-8, 4-4).

MARY WASHINGTON 66, ST. MARY'S 39:: Freshmen Jenna McRae (16 points) and Katie Wimmer (11) lifted the Eagles (12-2, 4-1 CAC) over the host Seahawks (3-10, 2-4).

COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME 89, KEYSTONE 64:: The Gators (6-6, 3-3 CSAC) shot 8-for-16 from three-point range in their win over the visiting Giants (7-5, 2-2).

WESLEY 80, HOOD 50:: The Blazers (3-12, 1-5 CAC) fell behind 24-2 to start the game in their loss to the host Wolverines (8-6, 4-1).

DICKINSON 70, WASHINGTON COLLEGE 62:: The Red Devils (7-5, 5-2 Centennial) used a 15-0 run in the second half to beat the host Shorewomen (8-4, 3-3).

FROSTBURG STATE 63, HILBERT 37:: Three players scored in double figures as the Bobcats (8-6, 5-2 AMCC) defeated the visiting Hawks (0-14, 0-7).

MCDANIEL 59, HAVERFORD 52:: Whitney Snoops (Archbishop Spalding) scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lift the Green Terror (7-6, 5-3 Centennial) over the visiting Fords (2-9, 1-6).

SALISBURY 68, GALLUDET 45:: The Sea Gulls (2-13, 2-4 CAC) used balanced scoring to defeat the visiting Bison (4-9, 0-6).

MORAVIAN 69, GOUCHER 66:: Alexandra Blair's free throws with two seconds left gave the visiting Greyhounds (14-2, 4-1 Landmark) the win over the Gophers (5-9, 1-4).

LIVINGSTONE 64, BOWIE STATE 63:: Junior Bianca Lee (Archbishop Carroll) scored a team-high 25 points, but the Lady Bulldogs (6-8, 6-2 CIAA) fell to the Lady Blue Bears (3-11, 2-5).

MARYMOUNT (VA) 66, STEVENSON 60:: The Mustangs (3-11, 1-4 CAC) fell behind early in the second half in their loss to the host Saints (12-2, 5-0).

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