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WOMEN'S TOP 25 ROUNDUP \ Thursday's other games



Published: Fri, February 11, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.


No. 1 LSU 68, No. 5 Tennessee 58
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Seimone Augustus had 25 points and Sylvia Fowles 17 rebounds as LSU ended Tennessee's 42-game Southeastern Conference regular season winning streak. The victory gave LSU (22-1, 8-0) the league lead and ended a 10-game winning streak for Tennessee (18-4, 8-1). The Lady Vols had not lost a regular season game in the SEC since falling to Vanderbilt on Feb. 2, 2002. Scholanda Hoston added 16 points for the Tigers, who drew 15,233-- the biggest crowd in LSU women's basketball history. Shanna Zolman led Tennessee with 21 points.
No. 9 Michigan St. 79, No. 12 Minnesota 48
MINNEAPOLIS -- Rene Haynes made eight of 10 shots -- including 3-of-3 from 3-point range -- and scored a career-high 22 in a reserve role for Michigan State. Kristin Haynie added 18 points for the Spartans (21-3, 10-2 Big 10), who won for the third straight time at Minnesota. Janel McCarville had 17 points for the Gophers (18-5, 8-3).
No. 18 Georgia 67, South Carolina 51
ATHENS, Ga. -- Reserve Megan Darrah did all her scoring on four 3-pointers in the first half for Georgia. The Lady Bulldogs (19-6, 8-3 SEC) built a 38-26 halftime lead in part on three 3s by Darrah in the last 3:06. Sherill Baker had 13 points for Georgia. Lauren Simms led South Carolina (6-17, 0-9) with 10.
No. 19 Maryland 77, Wake Forest 67
COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Crystal Langhorne scored 15 points to lead Maryland to its fourth straight victory. Shay Doron had 14 points for the Terps (17-5, 6-4 Atlantic Coast Conference). Liz Strunk and Porsche Jones had 18 each for Wake Forest (13-9, 2-7) in its fourth straight loss.
No. 20 Temple 68, Saint Joseph's 49
PHILADELPHIA -- Cynthia Jordan scored 15 points to help Temple extend a school record with its 16th straight win. Candice Dupree added 13 points and 12 rebounds for the Owls (19-3, 11-0 Atlantic 10). Ayahna Cornish led Saint Joseph's (5-18, 3-8) with 13 points.
No. 21 Vanderbilt 66, Auburn 64
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Abi Ramsey's 3-pointer with 50 seconds remaining proved decisive in Vanderbilt's ninth straight defeat of Auburn. Ashley Earley scored 17 points and Ramsey 12 for the Lady Comodores (17-5, 6-3 SEC). Natasha Brackett had 20 points for Auburn (12-10, 3-6).
No. 23 North Carolina St. 83, Georgia Tech 59
ATLANTA -- Marquetta Dickens scored 17 points and Ashley Key 16 for North Carolina State. It was the fifth victory in six games for the Wolfpack (17-5, 6-3 ACC). Stephanie Higgs scored 22 of her 25 points in the second half for Georgia Tech (13-8, 4-6).
No. 24 Wis.-Green Bay 81, Detroit 52
DETROIT -- Abby Scharlow scored 17 points, and Wisconsin-Green Bay stayed unbeaten in the Horizon League. Reserve Nicole Soulis added 16 points and eight rebounds for the Phoenix (21-2, 12-0). Katie Solner and Lindsey Pasquinzo led Detroit (6-17, 3-9) with 13 points each.
No. 25 Penn St. 67, Indiana 45
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Amanda Brown scored 12 points and tied a career high with 11 rebounds for Penn State. The Lady Lions (15-8, 10-2 Big Ten) used a 22-3 first-half run to erase a three-point deficit. Cyndi Valentin scored 12 points for Indiana (9-13, 2-10).
Associated Press


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