Shay Doron scored 16 of her 23 points in the first half, leading No. 14 Maryland to a 107-66 win over Siena in Loudounville, N.Y.

Doron was one of six players in double digits for the Terrapins (1-0), who shot 67 percent from the field in their highest scoring game since a 107-51 victory over Towson State on Nov. 30, 1991.

Kristi Toliver and Marissa Coleman each added 16 points, Crystal Langhorne had 13 and Laura Harper and Ashleigh Newman contributed 11 apiece.

Siena (0-1) was held to 38 percent shooting (22 of 58). Katelyn Dooley led the Saints with 21 points, Laura Menty added 16 points and Lauren Surber had 15.

Maryland, with four returning starters from last year's 22-10 team, out-rebounded the Saints, 42-20.

* VIRGINIA 66, GEORGE WASHINGTON 53: Senior forward Tiffany Sardin led four Virginia (1-0) players in scoring double-figures as the Cavaliers defeated host George Washington in the season-opening game for both teams.

Sardin scored14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, including six on the offensive end. Takisha Granberry chipped in with 14 points and eight rebounds while center Siedah Williams scored 13 points and Sharnee Zoll added 11 points and eight assists.

George Washington was led by their guard tandem of Kimberly Beck (13 points, eight assists) and Sarah-Jo Lawrence (10 points). However, Beck turned the ball over eight times and Virginia took advantage, never trailing in the game and leading 36-23 at halftime. In the second half the Cavaliers led by as many as 22 points.

* TOWSON 67, AMERICAN 54: A strong offensive effort in the second half propelled Towson (1-0) to a 67-54 victory over the Eagles(0-1) in their season opener at home.

Tala Havadi, a senior guard, led American with 22 points on 8-for-18 shooting.

Maryland's Crystal Langhorne controls the ball over fallen teammate Ashleigh Newman (21) in first-half action. Langhorne scored 13 points.