Maryland placed all five starters in double figures and easily defeated Old Dominion, 90-75, last night before 1,822 at Old Dominion Field House in Norfolk. Terrapin center Vicky Bullett hit on 13 of 16 field goal attempts to lead all scorers with 27 points and all rebounders with 13.
Other top scorers for the Terrapins, who improved to 5-0, were Lisa Brown with 19 points and Christy Winters with 14.
Kelly Lyons led the Monarchs (1-3) with 20 points.
George Mason 93, Delaware State 50:
Antoinette Battle scored 19 points to lead the Patriots over the visiting Hornets.
The win was the fourth straight for the Patriots (4-1). Earlisha Bill scored 15 points and Beverly McLaughlin 11. Senior forward Mitzi Copes led the Hornets (3-4) with 26 points.
George Washington 71, Va. Tech 55:
The Colonials improved a nine-point halftime advantage to 21 points on three consecutive jumpers by freshman guard Ann Riley and coasted to victory at home. The Colonials (3-3) were led by Gloria Murphy with 16 points, and Kas Allen had 14 points and 12 rebounds. Virginia Tech (3-2) was led by Lisa Haney's 16 points.
Delaware 76, Georgetown 54:
The Blue Hens went on a 14-2 spurt early and forward Debbie Eaves had 20 points and eight rebounds to lead Delaware (4-3) at Georgetown's McDonough Arena. Beth Knight had 20 points and eight rebounds for Georgetown (2-5).
James Madison 76, Howard 58:
Alisa Harris scored 27 points to lead the undefeated Dukes (5-0) past the Bison (5-4) in Harrisonburg, Va. Howard was led by Darlene Beale, who had 14 points and 14 rebounds.
Salisbury St. 80, Marymount 77:
Phyllis Coleman sank a three-point goal as time expired to lead the Seagulls (5-2) over the Saints (7-2) for the championship of the Seagull Classic at Salisbury State.
Va. Commonwealth 74, American 63:
Kelly Hoover scored 22 points to lead VCU (4-1) over the Eagles (0-5) in Richmond. American was led by senior forward Beth Shearer, who scored 23 points.