Navy blows lead but holds on to beat Bucknell in OT

The Baltimore Sun

Mark Veazey scored four points in overtime, and free throws by Chris Harris and Kaleo Kina in the final minute of the extra period were the difference as Navy defeated host Bucknell, 62-60, last night.

Kina had 17 points and 10 rebounds, Harris finished with 14 points, and Veazey scored 12 for Navy (16-7, 5-3 Patriot League), which squandered a 12-point lead in the second half.

Patrick Behan had 20 points and 14 rebounds, Bryan Cohen scored 15 points, and Justin Castleberry added 13 points for Bucknell (5-18, 2-7).

Bucknell rallied from a seven-point deficit in the final 6:56 of the second half, and a layup by Cohen with 51 seconds remaining tied the score at 52.

Navy got three points each from Harris and Kina in overtime.

MOUNT ST. MARY'S 75, FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 68:: Kelly Beidler scored a career-high 22 points and added seven rebounds to lead the Mount (14-10, 9-4 Northeast Conference) past the visiting Knights (6-18, 5-8).

HOWARD 72, UMES 65:: Poor free-throw shooting doomed the Hawks (6-16, 2-7 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) in their loss to the host Bison (6-16, 4-5).

UMES shot 11-for-27 from the foul line, including a pair of misses by Keishawn Mayes with 1:09 remaining and the Hawks trailing by one.

SHAW 65, BOWIE STATE 61:: Senior Curtis Massey had game highs of 20 points and 12 rebounds, but they weren't enough as the visiting Bulldogs (11-11, 8-7 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) fell to the Bears (9-13, 6-8).

HAVERFORD 56, JOHNS HOPKINS 52:: Trailing by four points with 3:13 left, the visiting Fords (10-10, 7-7 Centennial) rallied to defeat the Blue Jays (11-10, 6-8).

HOOD 76, MARYMOUNT 74, OT:: Freshman Garrett Williams scored a career-high 26 points as the Blazers (7-15, 4-9 Capital Athletic Conference) rallied to defeat the host Saints (9-11, 5-7) in overtime.

MCDANIEL 66, URSINUS 60:: Miguel Jones (North County) scored eight of his team-high 19 points in the final 2:02 to lead the Green Terror (16-5, 11-3 Centennial) past the visiting Bears.

McDaniel tied the school mark for wins in a season.

WESLEY 82, SALISBURY 57:: The Wolverines (15-6, 11-1 CAC) scored 63 second-half points to put away the host Sea Gulls (9-12, 6-6).

FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 95, WASHINGTON COLLEGE 64:: Five players reached double figures for the Diplomats (19-2, 12-2 Centennial) in their win over the visiting Shoremen (10-11, 7-7).

PITT BRADFORD 85, FROSTBURG STATE 76:: The Panthers (12-9, 10-4 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference) shot 59.3 percent from the field and used a 12-0 run late in the second half to rally past the visiting Bobcats (12-9, 9-5).

ST. MARY'S 88, YORK 79:: Calvin Wise (Calvert Hall) scored his 1,000th career point and the Seahawks (18-4, 11-2 CAC) took control in the second half to defeat the visiting Spartans (7-15, 5-8).

SUSQUEHANNA 76, GOUCHER 50:: The Gophers (5-14, 3-7 Landmark) shot 25.4 percent in their loss to the visiting Crusaders (14-6, 8-2).

Women

COPPIN STATE 69, SOUTH CAROLINA STATE 51:: Senior Danielle Anders led four players in double figures and the Eagles (8-12, 7-3 MEAC) won for the sixth time in the past seven games by defeating the host Bulldogs (5-15, 2-7).

WINSTON-SALEM STATE 66, MORGAN STATE 61:: The visiting Lady Bears (13-9) fell behind early in the second half and could not recover in their nonconference loss to the Lady Rams (2-18).

UMES 54, HOWARD 49:: April McBride had 20 points and 13 rebounds as the Lady Hawks (10-10, 6-3 MEAC) soared past the host Bison (4-17, 3-6) for their sixth win in seven games.

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 73, MOUNT ST. MARY'S 69, OT:: A 5-0 run early in the extra period put the Knights (7-15, 6-6 Northeast) ahead for good in their win over the visiting Mount (9-13, 4-8).

BOWIE STATE 57, SHAW 55:: Senior Denisha Kenion's layup with 8.2 seconds left gave the Lady Bulldogs (13-9, 12-3 CIAA) a win over the host Lady Bears (11-11, 7-7).

JOHNS HOPKINS 52, HAVERFORD 44:: The Blue Jays (11-10, 9-5 Centennial) extended their winning streak to five with their defeat of the visiting Fords (4-14, 3-11).

YORK 75, ST. MARY'S 60:: The Seahawks (7-14, 5-8 CAC) had no answer for April Sparkman, who had a career-high 24 points to lead the visiting Spartans (20-1, 13-0) to victory.

SALISBURY 61, WESLEY 59:: Junior Janay Johnson' jump shot as time expired lifted the Sea Gulls (6-15, 6-6 CAC) to an upset of the visiting Wolverines (12-9, 8-4).

MCDANIEL 71, URSINUS 59: : Kim Staub led all scorers with 15 points as the Green Terror (11-9, 9-6 Centennial) defeated the visiting Bears (4-16, 3-11).

MARYMOUNT 79, HOOD 55:: The Saints (17-4, 10-2 CAC) began the second half with an 8-0 run on their way to defeating the visiting Blazers (4-18, 2-11).

FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 69, WASHINGTON COLLEGE 56:: The host Diplomats (12-9, 9-5 Centennial) shot 52 percent en route to a win over the Shorewomen (10-10, 5-9).

CEDAR CREST 80, COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME 74:: The visiting Falcons (10-9, 5-6 Colonial States Athletic Conference) took a 32-14 lead and held off a second-half rally to defeat the Gators (7-11, 4-7).

SUSQUEHANNA 71, GOUCHER 54:: The Gophers (5-14, 1-9 Landmark) shot 4-for-25 from the field in the first half and fell to the visiting Crusaders (13-8, 5-5), extending their losing streak to seven games.

FROSTBURG STATE 72, PITT BRADFORD 70:: Four starters scored in double figures as the Bobcats (13-8, 10-4 AMCC) slipped by the host Panthers (10-11, 7-7).

Brittany James (Milford Mill) had 21 points to lead Frostburg State.

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