Gallaudet won its second game in as many days Feb. 9, demolishing Wilson College 86-27. The Bison held the Phoenix to just six first half points.
The Phoenix turned the ball over 21 times and recorded 32 rebounds. The Bison finished the game with 62 rebounds.
Every Bison scored. Lindsey Sergio paced the club with 26 points and 14 rebounds. Lane Peters provided 15 points and 20 boards. Danielle Warren added 18 points and Britny Latham contributed 12.
Wilson’s Vanessa Whitfield scored 14 points.
The Bison are 11-10, 8-4; Wilson fell to 2-13, 1-10.
Gallaudet topped SUNY Cobelskill Saturday in overtime 64-60 in a battle between two North Eastern Atlantic Conference (NEAC) teams. Daniell Warren’s 20 points paced the Bison.
Catholic routs Drew
The combination of four Cardinals scoring in double figures led to yet another 20-point plus Landmark Conference victory with an 86-53 win over Drew on Saturday, extending the win streak to four.
Catholic, which is tied for first place with the University of Scranton, advanced to 16-4 overall and 9-1 in the conference with Saturday’s win.
Josephine Migash led the contest with 19 points, which was supported by Emily Grabiak’s 14 points and contest-high eight rebounds, Jayni Webster’s 11 points and Melissa Errico’s 10 points.
Scranton topped the Cards 83-73 in their meeting earlier this season.
York schools Saints
Marymount’s Katelyn Fischer tied the CAC career mark for three-pointers in a 78-62 loss to 10th-ranked York Saturday.
Fischer tallied her 196th career three-pointer, tying mark set by Gallaudet’s Sherry Bradley from 1991-95, as the Saints fell to 13-8 overall and 8-3 in league play.
The Saints poor shooting continued as MU hit only 35 percent at York and committed 25 turnovers. Fischer paced the Saints with 13 points and Miranda Krott added 10.
York’s Brittany Hicks broke the conference record for career free throws on her way to a game-leading 24 points. Three other Spartans scored in double figures.
The Spartans remained a half game ahead of Christopher Newport with the win and move to 20-1 overall and 12-1 in the conference, while Marymount fell to 13-8, 8-4.
Salisbury upended Mary Washington in double overtime on the road to move into a tie for third place with Marymount.