Sophomore guard Britni Lonesome made a free throw with one second remaining to give host Johns Hopkins a 61-60 victory over Dickinson yesterday.
The win was the second in a row for the Blue Jays (7-9, 5-5 Centennial Conference), who trailed by 10 points early in the second half. The victory avenged a loss to the conference-leading Red Devils (10-6, 9-2) earlier in the season.
Dickinson's Carole Dempsey made a layup with 11 second remaining to tie the score at 60. Lonesome was then fouled by the Red Devils' Brooke Muller with one second left, and she made the first of two free throws for the winning margin.
The Blue Jays received a career-high 11 points from Anastasia Wynn, and Andrea Dodrill added nine points and 12 rebounds.
Coppin State 64, Hampton 54 -- Shalamar Oakley led all scorers with 24 points and the visiting Eagles (9-10, 4-2 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) defeated the Pirates (10-7, 4-1). Rashida Suber added 18 points and Whitney Cunningham had seven points and 11 rebounds for Coppin State.
UMES 60, Florida A&M; 50 -- UMES overcame a six-point halftime deficit yesterday for a 60-50 victory over host Florida A&M; (9-8, 1-5 MEAC) at Gaither Gymnasium. The Hawks (9-8, 2-2) were led by Tiffany Reid (16 points) and April McBride (12 points). UMES shot 64 percent in the second half and made seven three-pointers.
Long Island 57, Mount St. Mary's 54 -- A Mountaineers comeback attempt in the final five minutes fell short, and the host Blackbirds (14-4, 5-2 Northeast Conference) won. Mount St. Mary's went on a 13-4 run with 5:43 remaining. Mary Dunn's 16 points and 11 rebounds paced the Mountaineers (6-14, 4-5).
Johnson C. Smith 64, Bowie State 61 -- Teaunsha Robinson's 17 points were not enough, as the visiting Bulldogs (12-3, 7-3 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) fell to the Golden Bulls (12-6, 8-2).
McDaniel 81, Bryn Mawr 56 -- Robbin Gregg and Ashley Lyles (St.Vincent Pallotti) combined for 30 points to lead the Green Terror past the host Owls (4-14, 1-10 Centennial). Gregg scored a team-high 16 points, and Lyles had 14 points, including eight of the first 10 for McDaniel (9-8, 8-3) as it opened up a 12-2 lead and never trailed. Gregg also had six assists.
College of Notre Dame 74, Eastern 60 -- The visiting Gators (5-11, 3-5 Pennsylvania Athletic Conference) used a 30-2 run to defeat the Eagles (1-6, 2-14). Notre Dame had 10 players score and forced 30 turnovers. Freshman guard Sasha Matthew had 21 points, six assists and four steals.
Villa Julie 73, St. Mary's 70 -- The visiting Mustangs ended the Seahawks' four-game winning streak with an overtime victory. Tara Galvin made a three-pointer with two seconds left in regulation, and Villa Julie (6-12, 3-6 Capital Athletic Conference) held St. Mary's (11-6, 5-4) to one field goal in overtime. Galvin finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds, and Tanisha Foster had 20 points and 13 rebounds. St. Mary's Steph Saint-Aubin scored 22 points and matched a career high with seven steals.
Mary Washington 72, Salisbury 54 -- The Sea Gulls were no match for Eagles center Liz Hickey, who had 22 points, 10 rebounds and nine blocks. Salisbury (7-11, 4-5 Capital Athletic Conference) was led by Monica Merkel's team-high 18 points. Mary Washington improved to 16-1, 9-0.
York 77, Hood 44 -- Jen Willison had 16 points and eight rebounds, but the host Blazers (3-14, 1-8 Capital Athletic Conference) fell to the Spartans (14-4, 6-3). York went on a 20-4 first-half run to take control of the game. Hood cut its deficit to 13 early in the second half, but the Spartans went on a 10-0 run to pull away. The Blazers turned the ball over 28 times.
Muhlenberg 83, Washington 57 -- The host Mules (13-5, 8-3 Centennial) scored 55 second-half points to break open a close game. Junior guard Brianne Slizofski scored a team-high 16 points for the Shorewomen (7-10, 4-6), Elise Conway added 12 points and Jane O'Donnell scored 10. Muhlenberg shot 55 percent from the field to Washington's 45 percent. The Mules out-rebounded the Shorewomen, 42-22.
Penn State-Behrend 69, Frostburg State 48 -- The host Bobcats (5-12, 2-8 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference) shot just 31 percent from the field compared with the Lions' 63 percent. Frostburg State junior Jaime Morningstar scored 15 points, including three of five three-pointers. Sophomore Sindra Bing went 4-for-4 from the free-throw line and finished with 14 points and five steals. Penn State- Behrend (8-9, 5-4) received 24 points off the bench.
JUNIATA 65, GOUCHER 61 // The Gophers let a two-point halftime lead slip away in a loss to the visiting Eagles (11-6, 4-2 Landmark Conference). Goucher (7-9, 2-4) was led by Shadae Swan's 24 points. Kathleen O'Grady added nine points and 11 rebounds. Juniata shot 59 percent from the field in the second half.