Antonio Harris made two free throws with six seconds to play, clinching for the University of the District of Columbia a 64-62 nonconference basketball victory over Hampton last night in Hampton, Va.
The Firebirds (3-0) held a 10-point lead with nine minutes left. Hampton's Pat Williams (15 points) helped chip away at the lead with two jump shots and key defensive rebounding. The Pirates (2-1) tied at 57 with 7:12 left on a jumper by Derrick Dumson. After several scoreless minutes, Tim Stanfil put UDC ahead for good at 59-57.
Harris' two free throws made it 61-57, and eventually his final two foul shots made the score 64-61. With :04 left, Dumson went to the line and converted the first of a one-and-one. He threw his second shot off the backboard, but UDC rebounded as time expired.
Wash. Bible 81, Lanc. Bible 80:
Washington Bible (2-5) gave up 54 points to Lancaster Bible's David Green, and trailed by 11 points with six minutes left in a conference opener, but rallied behind a full-court press to win at home, 81-80. That press forced turnovers and resulted in 10 of Scott Cronin's 28 points.
Frostburg St. 66, Gallaudet 65:
Evan O'Rourke (23 points) hit a free throw with :03 for Frostburg (2-2). Ken Anderson had 15 points, 15 rebounds for host Gallaudet (1-3).
Bowie St. 79, Livingstone 73:
Mike Sinclair had 23 points, four assists and four steals and Scotty Norman 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs (2-4, 2-1) to a CIAA win. The visitors are 0-3, 0-4.
Marymount 84, St. Mary's 78:
Pierre Gardner's 23 points, Mike Saale's 20 and Mike Dobbel's 12 with 13 rebounds led the hosts (3-1). St. Mary's is 1-3. GW Women Top Navy
George Washington, with 14 points and six rebounds from Tracey Earley, led throughout and evened its record at 1-1 by defeating Navy last night, 55-51, in Annapolis.
Kas Allen furnished 11 points, eight rebounds and two steals for the Colonials. Colleen James had 16 points and seven rebounds for Navy (3-2).
Maryland 81, Temple 76:
Freshman Carla Holmes, a substitute, scored 21 points, including three of three shots from three-point range, to lead the Terrapins (2-0) over the Owls (1-1) in Philadelphia.
Virginia 57, Old Dominion 55:
Kirsten Anderson followed a teammate's missed shot by making a 17-footer with three seconds left as the Cavaliers (2-0) edged ODU (1-2) in Charlottesville. Virginia's Daphne Hawkins had 20 points.
Howard 61, N.C. State 60:
Lisa Lewis scored on a tipin with one second left to lift the Bison (2-2). Howard's Roslyn Bell scored 18 points, 14 in the second half. Kerri Hobbs had 25 for N.C. State (2-1).
George Mason 91, Loyola 40:
Tracy Lyle shot seven of eight from the field and her 15 points led the Patriots (2-1) in Baltimore.