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Roundup: WVU women win 75th for coach Carey |

Roundup: WVU women win 75th for coach Carey

| Sunday, December 11, 2005 12:00 a.m

Olayinka Sanni scored 26 points and Meg Bulger added 24 as West Virginia (4-2) easily disposed of Houston (2-5) on Saturday night, 79-54, to help coach Mike Carey won his 75th career game at West Virginia.

Sha ‘Ratta Hawkins led Houston with 24 points.

Division I

Robert Morris 75, Wagner 61

Psyche Butler scored 15 points and pulled down 15 rebounds as Robert Morris (4-3, 1-0 NEC) beat Wagner (0-6, 0-1). Chelsey Bunyer led all scorers with 29 points for Wagner.

Division II

Grand Valley State 78, Mercyhurst 41

Four players scored in double figures as Grand Valley State (8-2, 4-0) defeated Mercyhurst (1-7, 1-2 GLIAC). Cassie Seth had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Mercyhurst.

Division III

Waynesburg 71, Penn State-Altoona 42

Denise Kennedy had 21 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead Waynesburg (5-4) past Penn State-Altoona (2-4). Simon Layna scored 11 points to go along with seven rebounds for Penn State-Altoona.

Pitt-Greensburg 69, Westminster, Pa. 61

Tish Hines scored 18 points, and three others had double figures as Pitt-Greensburg (4-2) edged Westminster (0-8). Terese Marszalek had 17 points for Westminster.

Juniata 85, Lycoming 63

Katie O’Brien had 20 points as Juniata (5-4) beat Lycoming (2-6). Danielle Kearn scored 20 points and pulled down eight rebounds for Lycoming.

Allegheny 62, Ohio Wesleyan 47

Katie Kestler scored 15 points and Courtney Steding added 10 as Allegheny (4-4, 1-1 NCAC) defeated Ohio Wesleyan (3-5, 1-1). Rachel Messaros had 12 points and five rebounds for Ohio Wesleyan.

Mt. Aloysius 81, Valley Forge 17

Ashley O’Shell scored 16 points and Katie Martin came off the bench to pull down 14 rebounds as Mt. Aloysius (3-4) easily defeated Valley Forge.


Penn State-Behrend 66, Thomas More 53

Rachel Slomski scored 16 points and pulled down 14 rebounds as Penn State-Behrend (5-4) beat Thomas More (3-3) in the championship game of the Behrend Winter Classic.

Buffalo State 60, Grove City 49

Darnika Moseley had 13 points and 12 rebounds as Buffalo State (3-5) defeated Grove City (2-7) in the consolation game of the Behrend Winter Classic.

West Liberty State 81, Edinboro 69

Lena Kalvans had 23 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead West Liberty State (5-1) past Edinboro (5-1) in the consolation game of the Edinboro Classic. Callie Iorfido scored 28 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and dished out nine assists for Edinboro.

Lakeland CC 84, Mercyhurst-North East 56

Thy Halley was named Tournament MVP as she scored 33 points and grabbed 24 rebounds to lead Lakeland (6-4) past Mercyhurst-North East (7-2) in the championship game of the Lakeland Tournament.

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