Freshman guard Brian Cosgrove came off the bench to score a game-high 18 points and lead Johns Hopkins to an 80-50 win over Western Maryland last night in a Centennial Conference game in Westminster.
Cosgrove made four of five three-point shots to help the Blue Jays (18-5, 9-3) remain tied with Gettysburg for second place in the West Division.
Sophomore forward Mike Furey scored 15 points for Western Maryland (4-19, 1-11).
Goucher 96, St. Mary's 79: Bakari Ward scored 22 points and had five assists to lead the Gophers (12-11, 7-6) to a Capital Athletic Conference win. Ward also surpassed 1,500 career points and now has 1,515.
Washington College 70, Haverford 64: The visiting Shoremen (14-9, 7-5) had four double-digitscorers and scored the game's final eight points in a Centennial Conference win.
Greg Adams scored 16 for the Shoremen, who are tied with Ursinus for second place in the Centennial Conference's East Division.
Earl Piner and Steve DeVore each had 14 points and David Bell added 12 for Washington College.
Catholic 131, Salisbury State 128, 2OT: Pat Mahoney led all scorers with 30 points as the Cardinals (18-5, 11-2) outlasted the host Sea Gulls (10-13, 5-8). Eric Prendeville and George Robinson each had 19 for Salisbury.
Navy 76, Lehigh 66: Mandy Stephan had 15 points as the Midshipmen (15-9, 7-4) remained in a second-place tie with Bucknell in the Patriot League. Navy shot 58.1 percent (25-for-43).
St. Mary's 87, Goucher 51: Erica Pearson had game highs of 21 points and 11 rebounds as the Seahawks blitzed the host Gophers (5-18, 2-11) in a Capital Athletic Conference game. Pearson also surpassed 1,500 career points.
Kim Rogers' 14 points led Goucher.
Frostburg State 64, College of Notre Dame 50: Shannon Rexrode had 26 points and 11 rebounds as the visiting Bobcats rolled past the Gators.
Shannon Skopp had 18 points for the Gators.
Salisbury 85, Catholic 63: Lisa Neyland scored 25 and Elisabeth Barfuss 18 to lead the host Sea Gulls (16-7, 9-4) to a CAC win. Salisbury's Amy Cooke had 16 assists.
Pub Date: 2/18/99