Archive for Thursday, November 29, 2001

Colorado State upends CU

November 29, 2001


— Elizabeth English scored 14 of her 19 points in the second half as No. 15 Colorado State beat No. 11 Colorado, 81-69, on Wednesday.

Jackie Campbell, Angie Gorton and Shannon Strecker each had 12 points to help Colorado State (5-0) beat Colorado (5-2) for the third straight time.

Mandy Nightingale led Colorado with 20 points, and Tera Bjorklund had 17 points and 10 rebounds. The Buffaloes shot only 35 percent.

Colorado State took a 46-32 lead early in the second half after an 8-2 run, but Nightingale hit three consecutive three-pointers to get CU to 54-50.

English was 2-for-3 on three-pointers in the second half, including a basket with 1:39 left that gave Colorado State a 79-65 lead.

No. 4 Vanderbilt 78, Xavier 56

Nashville, Tenn. Chantelle Anderson scored 19 of her 27 points in the second half, leading Vanderbilt over Xavier. Zuzi Klimesova scored 18 points and Ashley McElhiney added 15 for Vanderbilt (7-1), which won its fourth straight game and avenged a loss at Xavier in its season-opener.

No. 7 Stanford 103,

San Francisco 70

Stanford, Calif. Freshman Kelley Suminski scored 23 points to lead Stanford over San Francisco. Bethany Donaphin added 22 points and 10 rebounds, and tied a Stanford record with six blocked shots. Nicole Powell had 14 points, seven rebounds and a six assists for the Cardinal (6-0).

No. 8 N.C. State 99, Charleston Southern 45

Raleigh, N.C. Rachel Stockdale had 18 points and Adeola Olanrewaju added 15 as N.C. State (6-0) beat Charleston Southern.

No. 24 North Carolina 102, Kentucky 64

Chapel Hill, N.C. Nikki Teasley scored 21 points, leading North Carolina over Kentucky. Corretta Brown added 12 points and seven assists for the Tar Heels (6-1).

Clemson 71,

No. 25 S. Carolina 63

Clemson, S.C. Julie Aderhold scored 16 points to lead Clemson to over South Carolina.

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