CATONSVILLE, MD., JAN. 20 -- Lisa Brown and Vicky Bullett combined for 43 points to lead 14th-ranked Maryland past University of Maryland-Baltimore County, 82-60, tonight at the UMBC Field House.

Maryland (12-3) trailed once, 16-15, then got its transition game rolling. A 24-6 spree produced a 39-21 halftime lead.

With Bullett (21 points, 11 rebounds) posting up and scoring over smaller players and with Brown (22 points, seven assists) in a rhythm from the outside, the Terrapins were too dominant for UMBC (7-8, four-game winning streak ended) in the second half.

UMBC, with freshman Felice Pinkney providing 19 points and 10 rebounds, surprisingly outrebounded Maryland, 32-29, but the Terrapins' overall quickness and shooting (30 of 49 from the field, 22 of 27 from the stripe) told.

No. 7 Virginia (Daphne Hawkins 19 points, Laurie Carter 17) routed Georgia Tech, 90-69, in Charlottesville. The Cavaliers are 14-1, 4-0 in the ACC; Georgia Tech is 7-7, 1-4 . . . At Patriot Center, Angela Evans' 18-foot jumper with :11 left gave William and Mary (7-7, 1-2) a 63-62 CAA upset of George Mason (10-4, 2-2) . . . Boston College won at Georgetown, 66-57, as Ann Odoy (20 points) made four of five three-point shots for BC (9-6, 4-3 Big East). Beth Knight led the Hoyas (5-10, 2-4) with 16 . . . In Annapolis, Connie James' 24 points led Navy (9-7) over Longwood, 70-51.