Sophomore forward Jade Geif had 21 points and 12rebounds, and junior guard Chey Arvin had seven assists, to lead the Navy women's basketball team past visiting Air Force, 71-59, on Monday.
Navy (2-3) led wire to wire, surging in front by as much as as 20 points and leading by 15 at halftime.
Air Force (3-4) guard Alicia Leipprandt scored a game-high 26 points, and Dymond James added 13.
Navy built its lead, in part, at the free-throw line, where the Mids made 10 of 12 attempts in the first half. Although they struggled at the line in the second half, going 9-for-19, they still held a 19-11 advantage there for the game.
Audrey Bauer and Kara Pollinger added 15 and 14 points, respectively, for Navy.
Forward Crystal Whittington led Coppin with 15 points off the bench.
The Eagles dominated in the paint, holding a 60-20 scoring advantage, and on the boards, where they held a 55-32 edge.
Marymount 54, Goucher 35: Katelyn Fischer (Seton Keough) scored a game-high 16 points to help lead the Saints over the host Gophers.
Marymount's defense stymied Goucher, which shot 23 percent from the field, including 0-for-15 from 3-point range. Shante Atkinson (Old Mill) led the Gophers with 11 points.
Stevenson started fast, building a 20-5 advantage less than nine minutes in, and extended the lead to 49-24 at halftime.
Philadelphia Biblical 66, Notre Dame (Md.) 42: Dani Bradley-Wilson scored 23 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Crimson Eagles (3-2) against the host Gators (0-2).
Freshman Niccole Brown had 20 points for Notre Dame, which fell behind early and could not recover.
Guard Myles Mack scored 20 points in only 20 minutes of play, while Gilvydas Biruda and Mike Poole added 13 points each for the Scarlet Knights.
Rutgers held UMBC to 36 percent shooting while forcing 20 turnovers.
Forward Chase Plummer had 11 points and seven rebounds, and guard
Hood 78, Penn State-Mont Alto 56: Senior Lavar Rich paced the host Blazers (3-1) with 16 points in a win over the Nittany Lions (2-3).
Although Hood committed 24 turnovers, it benefited from even sloppier play by Mont Alto, which committed 34.