Thursday, February 20, 2003

NKU women trounce Brescia

The Cincinnati Enquirer

Amy Mobley scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Wednesday night as the Northern Kentucky University women defeated Brescia 71-54 in Regents Hall and improved to 13-0 at home.

Bridget Flanagan scored 16 points for the Norse (19-4), No. 21 in the NCAA Division II poll.

NKU is 39-2 in Regents Hall the past three seasons.

Mount St. Joseph 83,

Hanover 72

Virginia Grace and Emily Day scored 14 points each as the Lions (15-9, 8-5 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference) defeated Hanover for the second time this season.

Miami 73,

Central Michigan 70

The RedHawks (13-10, 8-4 Mid-American Conference) won their third straight game, moving into a first-place tie with Kent State in the MAC East Division.

Heather Cusick made two free throws with 11 seconds left to give Miami the lead for good. Beth Roederer and Cindi Merrill scored a team-high 14 points each for the RedHawks.

Men: Hanover 72,

Mount St. Joseph 56

Hanover won its 12th straight game, improving to 23-1 (12-1 HCAC).

Sophomore guard Mike Mahon scored 12 points for Mount St. Joseph.

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