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Five players scored in double figures for Johns Hopkins, including three with 20 or more, and the Blue Jays advanced to the Centennial Conference championship by outlasting Ursinus, 107-101, in Lancaster, Pa.

The Blue Jays will play Franklin & Marshall, a 75-49 winner over Gettysburg.

Frank Mason led third-seeded Johns Hopkins with 30 points. Eric Toback and Matt Righter added 23 apiece to help offset a 42-point performance by Ursinus' Dennis Stanton.

Ursinus (16-10), the tournament's second seed, led 48-42 at the half, but the Blue Jays (17-8) shot 66.7 percent in the second half and scored 65 second-half points.

Each team had six steals, and the two combined for just two blocks.

In the other semifinal, top-seeded F&M; (23-3) outscored Gettysburg (15-12) 41-19 in the second half. Duran Searles scored 15 points and Jackiem Wright and Steve Juskin each added 14 for the Diplomats.

Navy 43, Army 37: The visiting Mids (5-22, 2-12 Patriot League) rallied from a nine-point, second-half deficit to win their second straight, and coach Don Devoe, who is retiring at season's end, improved his record over the Black Knights (6-20, 3-11) to 26-3.

LaRoche 44, Frostburg State 42: Brandon Kelley's layup with 20 seconds remaining in overtime in Erie, Pa., the only shot made in the period, lifted the Redhawks (14-14) over the Bobcats (15-13), who lost the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Tournament championship game for the second time in three years.

Mount St. Mary's 57, Wagner 38: The visiting Mountaineers (9-18, 7-10) remained in the Northeast Conference playoff picture behind a solid defensive effort and 18 points from Landy Thompson for a victory over the Seahawks (12-15, 9-8).

A win tomorrow over Monmouth and a Wagner win over Sacred Heart would put the Mountaineers in the tournament.


Johns Hopkins 85, Franklin & Marshall 76: The host Blue Jays (23-2) won for the 11th straight time and will play McDaniel for the Centennial Conference championship today at 2. Maureen Myers led the Blue Jays with a game-high 33 points. Courtney Tierney scored 23 for the Diplomats (12-12).

Jacqueline Pundt scored 16 points and added 10 rebounds for McDaniel (22-3), which topped Muhlenberg, 83-76, in the other semifinal. Kristen Piscaldo scored a game-high 22 points for the Mules (19-7).

UMBC 48, Hartford 46: The host Retrievers (4-21, 4-12 America East) rallied from 11 points down and did not give up a field goal to the Hawks (18-9, 9-7) in the final 8:38. Sharri Rohde led UMBC with 15 points.

Wagner 66, Mount St. Mary's 57: Carrie Walker scored 11 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in her second game back from a hand injury and the host Seahawks (8-10, 11-15 Northeast Conference) ended a five-game losing streak. Beth Foster and Samira Rashid each scored 14 points for the Mountaineers (8-9, 9-17).

Army 65, Navy 60: The visiting Mids (13-16, 6-8 Patriot League) trimmed a 14-point deficit to five in the final minutes, but Katie Mcfarlane (16 points) converted a three-point play to help seal the victory for the Black Knights (14-13, 6-8). Adrienne Roseti scored 17 points for Navy. The Mids attempted 12 free throws to 36 for the Black Knights.

Mary Baldwin 77, Hood 76: The Blazers (20-8), who did not lose a conference game in the regular season, missed three shots in the final seconds, losing the Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference tournament final in Chambersburg, Pa. The Squirrels (20-8), behind Lynn Malone's 32 points, earned a spot in the NCAA Division III tournament.

In the consolation game, Chestnut Hill (17-11) got a game-high 21 points from Bethann Castone to beat the College of Notre Dame, 69-57. The Gators (14-12) got 14 points from Casie Hall.

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