BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Junior Patty Stoffey became Loyola's all-time leading scorer yesterday, scoring 34 points in the Greyhounds' 82-71 victory over Canisius (8-15, 2-9) yesterday in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game.
Stoffey's performance gives her 1,588 points, eclipsing the mark set by Lorrie Schenning, who scored 1,565 points from 1986 to 1990. Stoffey also had seven rebounds and three assists in 23 minutes.
Camille Joyner added 16 points and 12 rebounds for Loyola (12-10, 9-2). Heather Fiore scored 22 to lead Canisius and Rachel Decker added 19 and nine rebounds.
Mt. St. Mary's 69, Rider 60
LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. -- Junior Susie Rowlyk had 17 points " and 13 rebounds to lead Mount St. Mary's (19-3, 15-0) over Rider (15-8, 10-5).
With the victory, the Mount clinches the Northeast Conference regular-season championship. The Mountaineers have won or shared the title in each of its five years in the conference.
Melissa Cuneo (Seton Keough) finished with 13 points for Mount St. Mary's and Heather Wable added 10.
Debbie Snyder led Rider with 15 points, and sophomore center Jessica Beck had 11 points and 18 rebounds.
St. Mary's 67, Catholic 64
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ST. MARY'S CITY -- Cindy Davenport (Old Mill) scored 20 points and eight rebounds, leading St. Mary's (6-16, 1-11) past Catholic (7-15, 3-8) for its first Capital Athletic Conference victory since Feb. 17, 1992.
Jen Speer scored 15 points for the Seahawks and Katrina Overton (Oakland Mills) added 13 and six assists.
Elizabeth Cleary scored 26 to lead Catholic and Martha Cleary added 21 and a game-high 12 rebounds.
Holy Cross 91, Navy 83
WORCESTER, Mass. -- Laurie Carson scored 28 points and Lauren Mancy added 21, helping Holy Cross (12-11, 9-4) rally past Navy (9-14, 5-7) in a Patriot League game.
With Navy shooting 18 of 33 from the field, it led 42-33 at intermission.
In the second half, Navy missed 21 of 35 attempts, while Holy Cross shot 19 of 34 in a 58-point second half.
Jenna Hausvik scored 28 points and had 12 rebounds to lead Navy.
5) Yolanda Ray added 15 and 10 rebounds.
J. Hopkins 74, Dickinson 57
Amy Dodrill scored 20 points as host Johns Hopkins (16-8, 10-4) won its regular-season finale, defeating Dickinson (19-5, 12-2) in a Centennial Conference game.
Robyn Runge added 14 points and Lori Leonard had 14 and pulled down 13 rebounds.
Cindy Porta led Dickinson with 25 points and had seven rebounds.
Gettysburg 57, Western Md. 48
Ann Hymes scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Gettysburg (11-11, 8-6) past Western Maryland (11-11, 5-9) in a Centennial Conference game.
Hymes brought the Bullets back from a 25-21 halftime deficit by scoring six points in an 8-1 Gettysburg run to open the second half.
Karen Tuckmantel then scored all five of her points in a 9-0 Gettysburg rally after Western Maryland had knotted the score at 32.
Kelly Geise added 10 points and 12 rebounds for Gettysburg, which out-scored Western Maryland 16-7 from the foul line. Both teams shot 20 of 60 from the field.
Senior center Marie Pawlowski topped Western Maryland in her final collegiate game with 15 points and 13 rebounds.
Freshmen Shelley Smith and Sandi DeJager added 11 points each for the Green Terrors.
Notre Dame 84, Immaculata 62
Toyah Houck (Westminster) scored 20 points, pulled down 14 rebounds and had six steals, leading College of Notre Dame (11-8) past Immaculata (14-7) in the championship game of the Chesapeake Invitational.
Tinah Houck (Westminster) added 16 points for Notre Dame, which extended its winning streak to nine games. Amy Dean added 11 and six steals. Molly Lackman scored 22 points to lead Immaculata.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Cathy Robinson scored 26 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead Florida A&M; over UMES.
:. Monic Holbeck scored 21 to lead the Hawks.
Garrett CC 61, Essex CC 54
McHENRY -- Despite 19 points and 20 rebounds from Carmen Hutchins, Essex Community College (7-14) fell to Garrett Community College (7-5) in a Maryland JUCO game.
Tina Lotz and Leigh Biggerman each added 13 for Essex.
Potomac St. 62, Catonsville 57
Sherri McDaniel scored 18 points and Tonia Jones added 10, leading visiting Potomac State (14-4) past Catonsville CC (14-5). Ebonie Richardson (Milford Mill) and Renita Young (Wilde Lake) led Catonsville with 13. Richardson also had a game-high 16 rebounds.