Host Navy (15-10, 8-2 Patriot League) shot 28 percent from the field and 3-for-22 from 3-point range in a 48-40 loss to Army (19-6, 8-2) on Saturday.
Points were at a premium in the first half, as the Black Knights used a 6-0 run to go up 17-15 at halftime.
Kara Pollinger made a 3-pointer in the Mids' opening possession of the second half to put Navy ahead. But Army answered with an 11-0 run that put the visitors up for good.
Jade Geif led Navy with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Kelsey Minato had a game-high 19 points for the Black Knights.
UMES 54, Morgan State 50: The Hawks (7-14, 3-7 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) used a 24-9 run in the game's final 13:31 to beat the visiting Bears (8-17, 5-7).
Bianca Jarrett hit a 3-pointer with 22 seconds left to pull Morgan State to within one. Shawnee Sweeney was fouled on the ensuing possession and made one of two free throws to put UMES up 52-50.
The Bears had a chance to tie, but the Hawks drew a charge with six seconds remaining. Karona Roach hit two foul shots to seal the victory.
Chyress Lockhart had a game-high 16 points and nine rebounds for Morgan State.
Coppin State 73, Delaware State 68: Kyra Coleman scored 12 points as the visiting Eagles (10-15, 6-6 MEAC) defeated the Hornets (8-15, 5-5).
Tierra Hawkins had a game-high 19 points for Delaware State.
Mount St. Mary's 50, Central Connecticut State 48: Mount (11-13, 7-6 Northeast Conference) withstood a late rally to defeat the visiting Blue Devils (11-12, 5-7).
Central Connecticut scored the final 16 points of the game, but Jessica Babe's last-second jumper rattled out. Sydney Henderson led Mount St. Mary's with 14 points.
Bowie State 60, Chowan 53: The Bulldogs (7-15, 4-10 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) scored 22 points off 17 Hawks turnovers to win at home.
Chowan (4-19, 4-10) was down only 52-47 with 3:14 to play, but Bowie State hit its free throws down the stretch to win.
Hood 52, Lycoming 49: A 3-pointer by Emily Maerz with 42 seconds left pushed the host Blazers (6-19, 4-14 Centennial Conference) past the Warriors (8-16, 8-10).
Lebanon Valley 73, Stevenson 59: The Dutchmen (20-4, 14-3 Middle Atlantic Conference) defeated the host Mustangs (7-15, 4-13) behind 21 points from Tierney Hiltz.
Stevenson led 30-26 at halftime but was outscored 47-29 in the second half. Stephanie Martinez led the Mustangs with 14 points.
Mary Washington 58, St.Mary's 33: The host Seahawks (10-11, 4-7 Capital Athletic Conference) scored eight second-half points in their loss to the Eagles (18-6, 9-2).
Pui Sham led St. Mary's with eight points.
Scranton 67, Goucher 35: The host Gophers (6-17, 2-11 Landmark Conference) shot 25 percent from the field and committed 25 turnovers in their loss to the Cardinals (17-7, 9-4).
Scranton had a 35-19 lead at halftime and held Goucher to five field goals in the second half.
Salisbury 66, Wesley 57: The Sea Gulls (14-11, 7-5 CAC) forced 22 turnovers in their win over the host Wolverines (3-22, 0-12).
Kelsey Verica and Anna Hackett scored a combined 30 points off the bench for Salisbury.
York (Pa.) 83, Frostburg State 44: The visiting Bobcats (6-19, 3-9 CAC) were down by as many as 40 points in their loss to the Spartans (19-6, 8-4).
Brynn Arnone had 14 points for Frostburg State.
Washington College 86, Bryn Mawr 50: Erin Kile tied a single-game school record with seven blocks as the visiting Shorewomen (11-14, 9-11 Centennial) beat the Owls (1-24, 0-20).
Gettysburg 43, McDaniel 41: Rachael Rybak scored 22 points, but the Green Terror (11-14, 8-12 Centennial) lost to the host Bullets (19-6, 16-4).
Jenna Swope made a 3-pointer with 14 seconds left to seal the win.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times