Taylor's foul shots give Terps' Frese her 250th career victory

February 12, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Dara Taylor made two free throws in the closing 32.5 seconds as the visiting Maryland women's basketball team beat Wake Forest, 70-65, Thursday.

Terps coach Brenda Frese earned her 250th career win.

The Deacons (14-10, 5-5 ACC) made seven three-pointers in the second half to threaten the Terps (17-8, 4-6). Diandra Tchatchouang hit a layup for a 67-62 Maryland lead before Wake Forest's Camille Collier hit her fifth 3-pointer to bring the Deacons within two with 1:33 left .

Lehigh 54, Navy 53: Cassie Consedine hit a 3-pointer to pull the host Midshipmen within one, but Lehigh held on for the final 90 seconds to win.

The Mountain Hawks (21-3, 8-1 Patriot League) remained tied for first place with American, and the Midshipmen (12-12, 4-5) fell into a three-way tie for third with Army and Colgate.

After Consedine's 3-pointer, Myers (12 points) fouled out with 48.9 seconds left. Lehigh ran 27 seconds off the clock before the Mids took their final shot with three seconds left; it went wide.

Monmouth 67, Mount St. Mary's 51: Alysha Womack scored a game-high 21 points to power the host Hawks (13-11, 8-5 Northeast) past the Mount (8-15, 4-9).

Sydney Henderson had a career-high 15 points for the Mount, and Mary Dunn had 11.

Monmouth earned its fourth straight win over the Mountaineers.

UMBC 78, Hartford 70: Chauncey Gilliam scored 26 points and Chris De La Rosa added 22 to power the visiting Retrievers (3-22, 2-10 America East) past the Hawks (7-17, 5-6).

UMBC shot 42.5 percent from the field (17-for-40) and held Hartford to 38.2 percent shooting (26-for-68).

Mount St. Mary's 69, Monmouth 42: The visiting Mount closed the game with a 23-3 run.

Jeremy Goode had 16 points, five rebounds and five assists for the Mount (10-14, 7-6 Northeast).

The Hawks (10-15, 6-7) rallied from a 19-point second half deficit to pull to within 46-39 with 8:20 left. The Mount answered with a 3-pointer by Pierre Brown to stop the run and give the Mount a 10-point lead.

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