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WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

Roundup: Terriers misfire in loss

Boston University couldn’t overcome a cold-shooting first half and dropped a 48-41 decision to Albany yesterday at Case Gym, giving the Terriers their first America East loss of the season.

Caroline Stewart led BU (20-7, 13-1) with 14 points and nine rebounds but the Terriers hit only 6 of 24 shots in the first half to fall into a 33-17 hole. While the Terriers improved in the second half, they finished 17 of 57 (29.8 percent) from the field and 3 of 26 from long distance.

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Lindsey Lowrie scored 15 points for Albany (19-9, 13-2).

Baylor 56, Texas Tech 51 - Brittney Griner had 18 points, 14 rebounds, and matched a career high with 5 assists, helping the top-ranked Lady Bears (27-0, 14-0 Big 12) get past the stubborn Lady Raiders (17-9, 5-9) in Waco, Texas.

Stanford 81, Oregon 46 - Joslyn Tinkle scored 19 points, Nnemkadi Ogwumike had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and the No. 3 Cardinal (24-1, 15-0) overwhelmed the host Ducks (14-13, 6-9) to clinch the inaugural Pac-12 title.

Harvard 71, Yale 51 - Christine Clark scored 23 points and Brogan Berry contributed 7 points and eight assists to become the first Ivy League player to record 1,300 points and 500 assists, helping the visiting Crimson (13-10, 6-3) rout the Bulldogs (15-9, 7-3).

Dartmouth 57, Brown 52 - Faziah Steen and Tia Dawson came off the bench to combine for 31 points and help the Big Green (4-19, 2-7 Ivy) edge the host Bears (15-9, 6-4).

Holy Cross 49, Bucknell 38 - Amy Lepley’s 20 points helped the visiting Crusaders (15-12, 6-6 Patriot) breeze past the Bison (5-22, 3-9).

UNH 63, Stony Brook 46 - Morgan Frame scored 15 of her 18 points in the second half, helping the Wildcats (14-12, 7-7 America East) pull past the host Seawolves (4-23, 1-13).

Georgetown 66, Providence 39 - Tia Magee notched a double-double, scoring 17 points and pulling down 10 rebounds, to lead the No. 15 Hoyas (21-6, 10-4 Big East) past the visiting Friars (13-14, 5-9).

Quinnipiac 54, Long Island 51 - In Brooklyn, N.Y., Felicia Barron’s jumper with less than a minute remaining in overtime propelled the Bobcats (20-6, 12-3 Northeast) past the Blackbirds (19-8, 8-7).

Sacred Heart 57, St. Francis (N.Y.) 53 - Ericka Norman tied a career high with 19 points to help the visiting Pioneers (20-6, 13-2 NEC) slip past the Terriers.

St. Francis (Pa.) 85, Bryant 73 - Kaitlyn Hinck, a senior walk-on in December, scored a career-best 18 points but it wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs (13-13, 6-9 NEC) fell to the host Red Flash (12-14, 9-6).

Robert Morris 75, Central Conn. 48 - Jaclyn Babe and Johnna Fisher each scored 10 points but the Blue Devils (11-15, 5-10 NEC) fell to the host Colonials (15-11, 9-6).

Bentley 69, Stonehill 50 - Reserves Jacqui Brugliera, Lauren Battista, and Christiana Bakolas each scored 10 points and the host Falcons (23-3, 19-2), ranked sixth in Division 2, breezed past the Skyhawks (12-13, 8-13). The win clinched a tie for the Northeast-10 regular-season title, the 20th time in the conference’s 31-year history Bentley has had at least a share of the crown.

Southern Conn. 75, New Haven 65 - Camille Fantini scored 20 points and the No. 22 Owls (21-4, 18-3 NE-10) raced past the host Chargers (3-22, 3-18).

NESCAC quarterfinals - Caroline Stedman scored 20 points, Shannon Finucane added 7 to top 1,000 career points, and Amherst (25-0), ranked No. 1 in Division 3, beat Trinity, 94-59 . . . Jill Henrikson had 22 points and 12 boards, lifting Bowdoin (18-6) to a 53-37 win over visiting Wesleyan . . . Arrika Ritchie hit two free throws with 2.1 seconds left, lifting host Colby (19-6) to a 61-59 win over Williams (19-6) . . . Tiffany Kornegay had 16 points and 10 rebounds as host Tufts (20-5) blew out Connecticut College, 57-40.

Babson 61, Springfield 39 - Kathleen King led the way with 19 points and 12 rebounds as the 17th-ranked Beavers (23-2, 18-0) wrapped up their third consecutive undefeated NEWMAC season by blasting the visiting Bison (12-13, 8-10).

Southern Maine 75, UMass-Dartmouth 71 - The visiting Huskies (20-5, 11-3 Little East) scored the final 5 points to give coach Gary Fifield his 600th career win.

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