Lisa Kellaher broke Catholic's career scoring record in a Division III victory over third-ranked Scranton, 74-71, yesterday at Catholic.
She scored 25 points, but needed only 16 to pass Sharon Hodges, who had 1,349 through 1981. Her foul shot set the record and got her team within 57-55. Her field goal tied the game at 57. Catholic is 10-5, Scranton 18-3.
*East Carolina 73, American 56: Alma Bethea had 21 points, Loraine Foster 20 and Sylvia Bragg 16 for the Pirates (16-5) in a CAA game in Greenville, N.C. Kelly Lane scored 18 for the Eagles (13-6).
*Marymount 67, Shenandoah 33: Kate Kimener led Marymount (8-9) with 12 points and six rebounds in the easy victory over Shenandoah (2-11) at Marymount.
*North Carolina 65, Maryland 59: Pam Leake scored 26 points to lead the Tar Heels at Cole Field House. Carolin Dehn-Duhr had 18 points and Vicky Bullett 17 for the Terrapins (11-9 and 4-5 in the ACC).
*Georgetown 56, Boston College 53: At Georgetown, Beth Knight had 16 points and nine rebounds to help Georgetown become 7-14 overall and 3-8 in the Big East. The Hoyas had trailed by 19. The losers are 11-9 and 5-5.
*Bethune-Cookman 89, Howard 85: Gwynn Williams' layup with 27 seconds left provided the lead points in Daytona Beach, Fla. Howard's Darlene Beale had 30 points.
*Virginia 81, Duke 67: In Durham, N.C., Daphne Hawkins' 24 points led third-ranked Virginia (20-0 overall and 8-0 in the ACC). Duke is 16-4 and 6-3.
*Gallaudet 69, Notre Dame (Md.) 63: Angela Kuehn had 27 points, six assists and four steals in the victory at Gallaudet. Notre Dame is 7-6.
*James Madison 67, George Mason 48: At Harrisonburg, Va., Julie Franken's 18 points and 11 rebounds helped the Dukes become 17-2 (8-0 in the CAA). Wanda Williams led the Patriots (9-12 and 3-4) with 15 points.