Daily Press (Sunday)

No. 5 CNU turns back Salisbury

Kaloi guides Captains to win vs. Sea Gulls

- Staff, wire reports

Hannah Kaloi scored 19 points as Christophe­r Newport had a tougher time than expected but still defeated Salisbury 71-61 Saturday at Freeman Center.

The Captains (20-1), ranked fifth in Division III, never trailed after early in the first quarter and led by at least eight through the second half. But unlike so many overmatche­d opponents in recent years, they couldn’t blow out the Sea Gulls (6-14).

Kaloi had four rebounds, Alivia Giles had 11 points, five rebounds and two steals, and Katy Rader had eight rebounds, seven steals and five points.

For Salisbury, which had 32 turnovers to CNU’s 21, Hailey Ader had 21 points and six rebounds and Nicole Miller added 15 points.

Bryant & Stratton 88, Fayettevil­le Technical Community College 61:

The Bobcats improved to 18-1 and extended their winning streak to 14 with a road victory.

No. 24 West Virginia 84, Iowa State 78:

Junior JJ Quinerly of Norfolk scored 22 of her careerhigh 31 points in the second half, including West Virginia’s last 11, as the Mountainee­rs (17-2, 6-2 Big 12) defeated the Cyclones (12-7, 6-3) in Morgantown.

Quinerly had four 3-pointers, six rebounds, five steals and three assists after being honored before the game for recently surpassing 1,000 career points. After forcing a held ball to give WVU control via the possession arrow, the former Lake Taylor High star then hit a jumper and three free throws to ice the game.

Janay Turner’s 24 points led the Lancers (5-15) past the Royals (4-13) in Farmville. Otaifu Esenabhalu came off the bench to provide 16 points and 15 rebounds for Longwood, which shot 61.1% from the field to Regent’s 28.8%.

Kali Murrell scored 12 for Regent.

Longwood 103, Regent 52:

No. 5 Iowa 92, Nebraska 73: Caitlin Clark had 38 points, 10 rebounds and six assists for the Hawkeyes (19-2, 8-1 Big Ten) against the Cornhusker­s (13-7, 5-4) in Iowa City. Clark, the nation’s leading scorer at 31.7 points per game, had the 53rd double-double of her career. She was 12 of 22 from the field, including 8 of 15 on 3-pointers.

Late Friday

William & Mary 61, Hofstra 50:

The Tribe completed a two-game season sweep before 962 at Kaplan Arena.

Cassidy Geddes enjoyed the most notable contest of her freshman year, netting 17 of her seasonhigh 22 points in the fourth quarter. Trailing by two with 5:09 remaining in a game that was close almost throughout, W&M outscored Hofstra 21-8 the rest of the way.

Geddes was 8 of 10 and Dance 2 for 2 down the stretch at the freethrow line to ensure the triumph for W&M (9-9, 5-2 Coastal Athletic Associatio­n).

W&M will return to action at 1 p.m. today against Monmouth.

Monmouth 69, Hampton 61:

The Pirates (1-15, 1-5 CAA) had a chance to upset the Hawks (11-6, 4-2) before 682 at the HU Convocatio­n Center, but Hampton missed eight of its last nine fieldgoal attempts and was outscored 25-15 in the fourth quarter.

HU’s Camryn Hill scored 17 points, 13 in the second half.

No. 2 UCLA 62, Washington 44:

Charisma Osborne scored 17 points and Londynn Jones added 13 for the host Bruins (16-2, 5-2 Pac-12). Washington (12-6, 2-5) has lost six of its last seven.

No. 25 Oregon State 68, No. 3 Colorado 62:

Donovyn Hunter and Talia von Oelhoffen each scored 16 points for the Beavers (16-3, 5-3 Pac-12), who improved to 13-0 at home in Corvallis.

No. 6 Stanford 80, Arizona State 50:

Kiki Iriafen had 27 points and 14 rebounds, and Cameron Brink had 20 points and 16 rebounds for the Cardinal (18-2, 7-1 Pac-12) vs. the host Sun Devils (9-11, 1-7).

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