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Goucher edges Mary Washington, St. Mary's falls in CAC playoffs

THE BALTIMORE SUN

Kate Guggino scored 20 points and grabbed 16 rebounds last night and host Goucher won its first Capital Athletic Conference playoff game in eight years, 52-49, over Mary Washington at the Sports and Recreation Center in Towson.

The Gophers (15-9) claimed the lead for good with 2:46 remaining and Guggino clinched it with two free throws with 19 seconds left.

Debbie Bruen led the Eagles (12-13) with 23 points.

Catholic 66, St. Mary's 54: Lindsay DiRomualdo scored 24 points as the host Cardinals (21-5) took their opening-round game of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament. Megan Baskins led St. Mary's (6-19) with 17 points, but the Seahawks fell behind early and could not recover.

York 78, Salisbury 68: The host Spartans (15-10) advanced to the CAC semifinals behind 17 points from Ashley Robertson and 14 from Heather Kessler. Julie Waters led the Sea Gulls (13-13) with 22 points. The Spartans will play at Catholic in the tournament semifinals tomorrow.

College of Notre Dame 66, Trinity 62: Catherine Vecchioni hit the go-ahead free throws with 1:19 remaining and the host and fourth-seeded Gators (14-10) advanced to the Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference semifinals. Morgan Smith had 15 points for Trinity (9-14).

Johns Hopkins 67, Franklin & Marshall 50: In a preview of Saturday's Centennial Conference semifinal, the host Blue Jays (22-2, 17-1) ran their winning streak to 10. Amy Abernathy had game-highs of 18 points and 16 rebounds for the Diplomats (12-11, 12-6).

Fayetteville State 96, Bowie State 73: Monica Mason scored 26 points to lead five double-figure scorers, lifting the Lady Broncos (15-11) into the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association semifinals. Allsyon Hardy followed her 50-point performance Monday with 27 for the Bulldogs (14-15).

Men

Hood 81, Christendom 76: The visiting Blazers finished their first season 13-11. Dennis Tressler scored 23 points. David Wilson, Darnell Edmonds and Santo Provenzano added 15 apiece for Hood. Christendom is 13-13.

Washington College 97, McDaniel 89: Jonathan Webb scored a game-high 28 points for the Shoremen (10-15, 7-11 Centennial Conference). McDaniel fell to 6-19, 3-15.

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