Freshman LaQuanda Younger of
Younger, a Warwick High graduate known as “Q,” was 4-of-5 from 3-point range as the Lady Monarchs bounced back from Sunday's home loss to conference favorite
Jackie Cook added 11 points and six rebounds, Mairi Buchan had 10 points, and Shae Kelley had 10 rebounds and five points for the Lady Monarchs (12-4, 3-1 CAA). UNCW fell to 2-13, 1-3.
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Despite 21 points and 11 rebounds from Emily Correal,
Tarik Hislop scored 21 points and freshman Precious Hall 14 for the Dukes, who have won six of seven. JMU delighted many people in its Convocation Center by getting got to 79 points, which guarantees fans free chicken nuggets. ...
Senior Amber Easter, from Bethel High, had 16 points, six rebounds and five steals to help
The Pride led 31-16 at halftime, but just like in Drexel's recent win at JMU, the Dragons adjusted and prevailed in the second half.
Xylina McDaniel — whose dad, Xavier, was an
The Cavaliers (11-6, 3-3) got 13 points each from Telia McCall and Kelsey Wolfe, plus 10 rebounds from Simone Egwu. ...
Shawnice Wilson scored 21 points to boost
Brittany Jackson led the
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Ashley Buckhannon scored 22 points as host Radford (9-6, 4-2) beat Coastal Carolina 68-50.
“Once again, our defense paved the way to victory,” said Radford coach Tajama Abraham Ngongba, a Kecoughtan High alumna whose team held a foe to 50 or fewer points for the fourth time this season. ...
Tayler Tremblay had 16 points and 11 rebounds as High Point (11-7, 5-2) upended Liberty 71-63, knocking the host Flames (13-6, 5-2) out of a first-place tie with Presbyterian. Tolu Omotula led Liberty with 19 points.
Late Wednesday, former Menchville High standout Marshawn Powell of