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Senior forward Debbie Pike scored 25 points, took down 13 rebounds and added three assists Wednesday night to lead Fredonia State's 66-47 women's basketball rout of visiting Houghton.

Debbie MacFarlane, a sophomore from Niagara Falls, added 18 points and 13 rebounds for Fredonia (6-8), while Danyale Williams (Tonawanda) had 11 points. Stacia Dagwell had 14 for Houghton (10-6).

Freshman guard Kathleen Murtaugh had 24 points in Hilbert's 87-57 win over Monroe Community College. Tianni Charles had 13 points and seven assists, Kieishsha Garnes 13 points and 12 rebounds for the Lady Hawks (14-1). Monroe is 8-8.

Finger Lakes CC (12-3) defeated Erie CC, 78-49. Gretchen Vandenvouver (Dunkirk) had 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Kats (2-15), while Lesley Paine and Catanya Houston added 12 points each.

Tonight's Atlantic 10 Conference game between St. Bonaventure and West Virginia has been moved from Morgantown to Charleston, W.Va. It will be the preliminary to the UNC-Charlotte vs. West Virginia men's game. Forward Sue Shay, averaging 20.2 points, leads the Lady Bonnies (9-7, 3-5).

MEN'S BASKETBALL: Bill Perkins scored 33 points and Ben Ball 25 to lead Villa Maria (11-6) past the Fredonia State junior varsity, 94-87.

MEN'S SWIMMING: The University at Buffalo swept both relays to defeat visiting Buffalo State, 143-87. The top three finishers in the three-meter diving all qualified for the nationals. UB's Ron Peoples (Amherst) won with 523.5 points, teammate Mike Corbett was second with 494.8 and the Bengals' Gus Marohn (Tonawanda) was third with 444.35. Jason Eulrich (Sweet Home) won the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke for the Bengals (4-5). . . . Alfred University (6-0) romped past Binghamton State, 132-99, for its 18th straight dual-meet victory. Reed Wright (Grand Island) won the 100 breast (1:02.53) for Alfred.

WOMEN'S SWIMMING: Binghamton routed Alfred, 126-56, although Katie Porter won the 50 free (27.13) and 100 back (1:06.22) for Alfred (1-6).

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