Loyola comes up short on road, 85-69


Kenny Hasbrouck and Tay Fisher combined for 40 points as Siena cruised past visiting Loyola, 85-69, in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's basketball game last night.

Fisher connected on six of Siena's season-high 15 three-pointers, scoring 19 points, and Hasbrouck led the Saints with 21.

Siena (13-11, 8-8) had a 36-33 halftime lead. Loyola scored the first basket of the second half to trim Siena's lead to one, but the Greyhounds (12-12, 6-10) couldn't keep pace with the Saints despite shooting 52 percent from the field in the second half.

Andre Collins led Loyola with 20 points, scoring 11 in the final 11 minutes, and Brad Farrell added 14 points and had five rebounds.

Villa Julie 89, Chestnut Hill 68 -- Phillip Williams (25 points) led four double-digit scorers as the visting Mustangs (16-7, 11-4 Northeastern Athletic Conference) beat the Griffins (10-13, 9-6). Villa Julie shot 58.6 percent from the field to take a 43-25 lead at the half. Shawn Bolling had 18 points for Chestnut Hill.

Virginia State 62, Bowie State 57 -- Derick Payne had 23 points as the visiting Bulldogs (15-9, Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) lost to the Trojans (6-17, 5-6).


Johns Hopkins 63, Gettysburg 57 -- Julie Miller scored 21 points and had a career-high 18 rebounds to lead the visiting Blue Jays (19-5, 15-2 Centennial) past the Bullets (15-9, 12-5) in overtime. Miller scored six of the Blue Jays' 10 points in the extra period as Hopkins outscored Gettysburg 10-6. Amanda Leese added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Blue Jays.

Holy Cross 65, Navy 47 -- The Crusaders (12-12, 8-3 Patriot League) broke open a five-point game with a 14-0 run early in the second half en route to the win over the Midshipmen (12-12, 5-6). Holy Cross went 15-for-17 from the free-throw line while Navy wnt 6-for-12. Navy turned the ball over 23 times while forcing 18 turnovers. The 47 points scored by Navy were its fewest in a Patriot League game since a 51-42 loss to American on Jan. 13, 2004.

College of Notre Dame 62, Lincoln 52 -- Monica Cherry scored 16 points and had five assists, helping the host Gators (13-9) beat the Lions (6-18). College of Notre Dame took an 11-0 lead in the first five minutes and never trailed in the nonconference game. Lincoln's Asha Atkinson led all scorers with 17 points.

Swarthmore 62, Washington College 51 -- The visiting Garnet (10-13, 6-11 Centennial Conference) held the Shorewomen (5-19, 2-15) scoreless for more than seven minutes in the second half. Swarthmore's Karen Berk had a double double (28 points, 13 rebounds). LaToya Turner finished with 14 points for Washington College.

McDaniel 95, Franklin and Marshall 85 -- The Terror's Kristy Costa had the third-best scoring effort in school history with a career-high 34 points. Costa was 12 of 14 from the field and 10 of 13 from the line. She also had a team-high six rebounds for McDaniel (17-6, 11-5 Centennial). Dana Johns scored a game-high 38 points for the Diplomats (9-15, 6-11).

Bowie State 57, Virginia State 54 -- Allyson Swailes scored 19 points and Krystle Earle added 13 as the Lady Bulldogs (10-14, 4-9 CIAA) defeated the host Lady Trojans (4-18, 3-8).

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