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Roundup: Duquesne women bow to Dayton

| Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006

District women

Dayton 67, Duquesne 55

Cara Wright had 20 points, seven rebounds and six blocks to lead Dayton (11-4, 3-1) past Duquesne (6-9, 1-3) in Atlantic 10 Conference action. Aiga Bautre and Jocelyn Chandler had 12 points apiece for Duquesne.

Chestnut Hill 73, Chatham 64

Kate Quintus scored a game-high 27 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, as Chestnut Hill (6-4, 4-2) defeated Chatham (0-12, 0-3 AWCC) on the strenght of 19 steals. Freshman Hallie Arena led Chatham with a career-high 24 points, including four three-point field goals.

St. Vincent 71, Ursuline 60

Lauren Reilly had 12 points and 13 rebounds, as St. Vincent (7-9, 3-3) outlasted Ursuline (6-11, 2-7) om AMC action. Kristin Myers also chipped in with 17 points for St. Vincent.

District men

Penn State-McKeesport 70, Penn State-Mont Alto 53

Harrison Hatcher scored 19 points and dished out seven assists, as PSU-McKeesport (8-5, 8-0) defeated PSU-Mont Alto (2-10, 2-9) in PSUAC action.

Pitt-Greensburg 85, Medaille 58

Duke Cooper scored 23 points on 10-of-14 shooting, as Pitt-Greensburg (5-7, 3-2) beat Medaille (2-9, 1-3) in AMCC play. Bill Gersitz had 19 points in 25 minutes for Medaille.

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