Sophomore Shaqwedia Wallace scored 18 points to lead Temple past Dartmouth, 65-29, in a nonleague women's basketball game at the Liacouras Center.
Shenita Landry added 14 points and eight rebounds, and Shanea Cotton had 11 points and nine rebounds the Owls (4-2), who have won four straight.
Dartmouth (1-6) took an early, 10-4 lead, but the Owls went on a 23-0 run, holding the Ivy Leaguers scoreless over an eight-minute period.
Wallace and Landry each had points in the surge, and Temple took a 36-18 lead at halftime.
Morgan State 71, La Salle 70 -
The Explorers set a school record with 12 three-point goals but came up a point short in the nonleague game in Baltimore.
Morgan Robertson had 16 points and 13 rebounds for La Salle (4-4), while Margaret Elderton added 16 points.
Morgan State (6-1) took a 71-58 lead with 2 minutes, 4 seconds remaining and barely held on. Corin Adams had 20 for the Bears.
Lafayette 59, Penn 55 -
Carrie Biemer scored a career-high 26 points but the Quakers (0-6) lost the nonleague game in overtime in Easton.
Penn's Kelly Scott hit a layup at the buzzer to tie the game at 51 at the end of regulation, but Lafayette (2-5) iced the game with free throws in overtime.
Scott finished the night with 15 points. Elizabeth Virgin scored 17 points to lead Lafayette.
got 17 points and 11 rebounds from Jessica Nimbley in a 79-45 win over
in Glassboro, N.J. Casey Crenny of the winless Scarlet Raptors led all scorers with 19 points. . . . Catherine Carr scored 17 points as
University of the Sciences
, 67-49. Erin Chesnavich had 19 points for USP. . . . Kim Vennera registered 19 points, but
, 86-69. . . . Kelley Guarrera's 25 points weren't enough to lead
to a win over
in Pomona, N.J. The final score: 88-80.
Around the nation
Connecticut 96, Holy Cross 37 -
Caroline Doty has been given the nickname "Bang, Bang" by her Connecticut teammates.
The freshman from Germantown Academy extended her school-record streak of made three-pointers to 10 to lead the top-ranked Huskies to a home rout of Holy Cross - UConn's fifth straight game scoring at least 90 points.
"I'm just going to try not to think about it as much as possible and just get out there and shoot," Doty said. "It's going to be a great goal to try and conquer and I'm going to keep putting up extra shots after practice."
Doty, who finished the game with 11 points, hit all three of her attempts from behind the arc. She made six in a row in Sunday's 106-78 win over Oklahoma. The national record is 14 straight, by Portland's Deanna Lansing in 1996.
Doty was one of six Huskies in double figures. Tahirah Williams scored a career-high 17 to lead Connecticut.
Connecticut is 6-0 for the fourth straight year. The Huskies also improved to 199-11 when ranked No. 1 in the nation. Holy Cross fell to 1-6.
In the ACC/Big Ten Challenge,
, 70-57, in Atlanta while No. 2
defeated No. 18
, 72-63. Jessica Breland scored 29 points to lead the visiting Tar Heels, 21 of them in the first half.
With 11 points and 16 rebounds, Courtney Paris just barely registered her 99th straight double-double as No. 6
, 69-49. . . . No. 24
posted a 66-47 win over
. . . . No. 14
North Carolina A&T
, 95-74, in Auburn, Ala.