Women's Basketball Handles Seminoles
FEB. 22, 1998
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The senior class of Sonia Chase, Kalisa Davis and Stephanie Cross combined for 62 of Maryland's 77 points in this afternoon's 28-point victory over Florida State at Cole Field House. All-ACC candidate Kalisa Davis lead the Terrapins with a career-high 28 points, seven rebounds, five assists and six steals.
Maryland's other two seniors, Stephanie Cross and Sonia Chase, also had strong games. Chase scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds while Cross netted 14 points in just 23 minutes. Sophomore Tiffany Brown added a game-high seven assists.
For the Seminoles, freshman Brooke Wyckoff had a team-high 17 points, on 3-of-6 three-point shooting. She also pulled down 12 rebounds and blocked seven shots. Senior Lisa Moorefield and junior Arleshia Davidson added nine and eight points, respectively.
After a slow start, the Terps blew open the game in the second half with a 20-3 run. Davis scored 10 points during the run and Chase added six. Florida State committed 37 turnovers that led to 31 Maryland points. Maryland shot 50 percent (32-64) in the game compared to Florida State's 39.6 percent (19-48).
Maryland improves to 14-12 overall and 7-9 in the ACC while the Seminoles fall to 9-17, 5-11 in the conference. Both teams travel to the ACC Tournament this week to be played at Independence Arena in Charlotte, N.C.