The Maryland Terrapins upset ninth-ranked and previously undefeated Atlantic Coast Conference rival Duke, 83-73, yesterday at College Park behind forward Vicky Bullett's 22 points and 10 rebounds.

Four other Terrapins scored in double figures. Lisa Brown had 15 points, Carla Holmes 14, Deanna Tate 13 and Christy Winters 12 as 14th-ranked Maryland ran its record to 10-2, 3-0 in ACC play. Duke is 12-1, 1-1.

The Blue Devils were paced by all-America forward Chris Moreland, from Mount Vernon High School, with 19 points and 12 rebounds. Duke played the second half without guard Katie Meier, who scored 14 points, then hurt a knee.

George Washington 68, Temple 60:

Karin Vadelund scored 18 points and dealt seven assists as the Colonials won their fifth straight overall and improved to 4-1 in the Atlantic 10. Kas Allen had 16 points and 12 rebounds and Tracey Earley added 15 points and eight rebounds as the Colonials (10-4) dropped the Owls to 4-6, 2-2.

North Carolina A&T 68, Howard 66:

Paulette Dennis scored 18 points to lead the Aggies (6-2, 2-0 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) at Howard. The Bison (6-8, 0-1) featured Vannessa Graham's 21 points and Darlene Beale's 20 points and 13 rebounds. Howard missed 11 of 21 free throws.

UDC 74, Millersville 64:

Malissa Stephenson scored 24 points and Kim Wilson a personal-best 15 to lead the Firebirds (7-2) in the consolation bracket of the Indiana (Pa.) Winter Classic. Millersville (6-3) was led by Kathy Howell's 19 points.

American 66, William and Mary 52:

Kia Cooper and Beth Shearer scored 16 points apiece as the Eagles (4-8, 1-0) won a Colonial Athletic Association test in Williamsburg. The Indians (0-6, 0-1) were paced by Angie Evans' 20 points.

George Mason 61, East Carolina 53:

The Patriots (9-2), behind junior Cindy Baruch's 18 points -- 16 in the final 12 minutes -- opened CAA play with a victory in Greenville, N.C. Mason overcame an eight-point second-half lead for ECU (5-7).

Virginia 75, De Paul 63:

Dawn Bryant scored 29 points and Daphne Hawkins 17 for the seventh-ranked Cavaliers (11-1) in Chicago. De Paul (7-3) was led by Diana Vines' 33.

Navy 86, St. Leo 52:

In Annapolis, Navy cut a three-game losing streak as Patty LiPoma scored 25 points and senior center Gretchen Quasebarth a career-high 23. Navy is 6-5, St. Leo 0-9.

Shenandoah 67, Gallaudet 66:

Roxanne Dawes had 16 points for Gallaudet (2-7), but the Bulldogs lost at home to Shenandoah (8-1).

Virginia State 87, Bowie State 71:

Jessie Phillips and Kammy Brown of the visitors (7-0 overall, 7-0 CIAA) and Jamie Dent of Bowie (4-6, 4-5) had 21 points apiece.