Terps media day

University of Maryland womens basketball players A'Lexus Harrison, Malina Howard and Brene Moseley try spinning a basketball on their fingers at media day at the Comcast Center. (Lloyd Fox / The Baltimore Sun / October 9, 2013)

Alyssa Thomas had 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Maryland led the entire way to dominate visiting Delaware State, 93-44, on Saturday night.

Thomas, who missed most of the first half because of foul trouble, had her 10th straight double double for the Terps (10-1), who extended a 24-16 lead with a 21-6 run to end the first half.

The Hornets (3-5) shot 24 percent and had 18 turnovers, which Maryland turned into 22 points.

The Terps outrebounded Delaware State 64-33, and their bench outscored the Hornets 47-8.

George Washington 75, Morgan State 60: Tracey Carrington (Dundalk) scored a game-high 25 points, but the visiting Bears (1-7) fell to the Colonials.

Down 44-42 with 14:18 left, a 21-8 run by George Washington (6-4) extended the lead to 15 with 6:17 left.

Mary Washington 69, St. Mary's 52: Sophie Pruden had a game-high 18 points, but the visiting Seahawks (1-6, 1-2 Capital Athletic Conference) fell to the host Eagles (5-2, 2-1).

McDaniel 65, Hood 52: The Green Terror (6-3) started each half with 10-0 runs to earn a nonconference victory over the visiting Blazers (1-6).

Lehman 80, Notre Dame Maryland 42: The visiting Gators (0-8) were outscored 46-11 in the first half and fell to the Lightning (8-2).

Gallaudet 62, Goucher 43: The Gophers (4-4) fell to the host Bison (5-4) behind 24 points and nine rebounds from Lindsey Stergio.

Catholic 68, Washington College 55: A 17-4 run by the host Cardinals (5-3) in the second half helped beat the Shorewomen (2-6).

Men

Bryant 90, Navy 80 OT: Zach Fong hit a freshmen school-record seven 3-pointers, but the visiting Midshipmen (5-4) lost in overtime to the Bulldogs (7-5).

Fong's sixth 3-pointer with 4.6 seconds left tied the game at 73 in regulation.

Richmond 71, Coppin State 49: The host Spiders (8-3) shot 50 percent from the field and outscored the visiting Eagles 34-14 in the paint to win.

Richmond held Coppin State (4-5) to 28.6 percent shooting and forced 14 turnovers.

Mary Washington 66, St. Mary's 64: Bradley Riester's 3-pointer with seven seconds left lifted the host Colonials (7-1, 3-0 CAC) over the Seahawks (5-3, 2-1).

St. Mary's Nick Laguerre was fouled and made both free throws to make it 64-63 with 12 seconds left.

Goucher 60, Gallaudet 45: The visiting Bison (1-7) were outscored 32-17 and shot 18.2 percent in the second half to fall to the Gophers (4-3).