From Sun staff reports
1:23 AM EST, December 9, 2012
No. 9 Maryland
Junior forward Alyssa Thomas registered the first triple double of her career with 11 points, 11 assists and 12 rebounds as No. 9 Maryland dismantled visiting George Mason, 90-40, on Saturday at Comcast Center.
Marissa Coleman had the only other triple double in program history, in 2006.
Tianna Hawkins, who leads the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring at 19 points per game, added a game-high 27 points along with seven rebounds for the Terps (6-2).
The Terps opened the game on an 18-0 run and never looked back, shooting 55.6 percent from the field for the contest.
Malina Howard and Tierney Pfirman each scored 11 points and Alicia DeVaughn added 10 for the defending ACC champions.
Rahneeka Saunders led the Patriots (4-4) with 13 points.
Virginia Commonwealth 57, Coppin State 46: The Rams held the Eagles scoreless for a 10-minute stretch of the second half as the smothering defensive performance propelled VCU to a victory over the host Eagles.
Robyn Parks scored 19 points for the Rams (4-4). Leola Spotwood had 12 points and 10rebounds for the Eagles (3-5).
Syracuse 83, Loyola 48: The Greyhounds did not have a single player score in double figures as the host Orange (9-1) routed Loyola (4-6).
Kayla Alexander had a double double (20 points, 13 rebounds) for Syracuse, moving her into second place on the school's career scoring list.
UMES 60, Towson 48: Tanisha McTiller's career-high 25 points were not enough for the Tigers (4-3) as they fell to the host Hawks (2-4).
Shawnee Sweeney led UMES with 15points.
Mount St. Mary's 53, Navy 45: The Mount outscored the visiting Mids 20-8 over the final 10 minutes en route to its 10th consecutive home victory over Navy (6-5).
Mount St. Mary's (3-4) scored 22 points off of 18 turnovers.
The Mount's Jacqueline Brewer led all scorers with 16 points.
Salisbury 62, Frostburg State 49: Julia McLaughlin scored 16 points and Katie McGahagan added 11 points and nine rebounds as the host Sea Gulls (4-4, 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) edged the Bobcats.
Elaina Hummel scored a game-high 20points for Frostburg State (2-5, 0-2).
Muhlenberg 49, Johns Hopkins 43: Alita Zabrecky scored 19 points and added 10 rebounds to lead the Mules (6-2, 4-1 Centennial Conference) past the host Blue Jays.
For Hopkins (4-7, 2-5), Alex Vassila had nine points and a game-high 14 rebounds.
McDaniel 60, Bryn Mawr 47: Thirteen Green Terror players scored as McDaniel (4-4, 2-3 CC) defeated the host Owls.
Nicolette Parmese led all scorers with 24points and added 13 rebounds for Bryn Mawr (1-7, 0-6).
Widener 63, Stevenson 38: The Mustangs' starting lineup combined for just 13points as the Pride walloped visiting Stevenson (3-3, 1-3 CC).
Jennifer Egee scored 10 points and came off the bench to grab five rebounds for Widener (6-2, 3-1).
Elizabethtown 73, Hood 46: Katy Fogel scored 15 points and Taylor Kreider added 14 points and eight rebounds as the host Blue Jays (2-6, 1-4 CC) defeated the Blazers (3-4, 2-2).
Rachel Wiley had five points and a game-high 11 rebounds for Hood.
Marymount 61, St. Mary's 54: Katelyn Fischer scored a game-high 18 points and Tynisha Parks added 11 points as the Saints (6-3, 2-0 CAC) defeated the Seahawks to remain undefeated in league play.
Joanna Murray led St. Mary's (4-3, 0-2) with 14 points.
Washington College 50, Haverford 47: Freshman Ashley Espinosa recorded her first career double double, compiling 24 points, 10 rebounds and five assists, to lead the host Shorewomen (6-2, 4-2 CC) past the Fords (6-2, 5-1).
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