Cal women beat Edinboro in NCAA D-II first-round game
California (Pa.) 80, Edinboro 72 — In Erie, senior guard Stephanie Michael scored 18 of her career high-matching 25 points in the first half as seventh-seeded Cal (Pa.) upset No. 2 seed Edinboro (22-7) in the first round of the NCAA Division II Tournament.
The Vulcans (21-8) will play sixth-seeded Glenville State (27-3) at 5 p.m. Saturday in the second round.
Gannon 66, Fairmont State 40 — Nettie Blake scored 15 points to lead a balanced attack, and No. 1 seed Gannon (29-4) defeated eighth-seeded Fairmont State (23-10) in the first round. Gannon will play IUP on Saturday in the second round.
Indiana (Pa.) 72, Bloomsburg 59 — Ashley Stoner and Lindsay Stamp each scored 19 points to lead IUP (22-8) past Bloomsburg (24-5) in the first round.
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