Mary DelSignore, Julie Bellavia and Debbie Braniecki combined for 73 points as an undermanned Daemen women's basketball team buried Point Park (Pa.), 79-58, Saturday at Point Park.
Daemen (3-6), which dressed only six players for the contest, was hampered by an early injury and was forced to finish the game with five.
DelSignore led the way with 29 points, while Bellavia added 24 and Braniecki had 20. Point Park got 23 points from Lonnie Jackson.
Lesley Paine netted 28 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Brockport State to a 61-43 rout of Fredonia State in a SUNYAC game at Brockport. Sarah Crafts led Fredonia (1-2, 5-5) with 12 points. Brockport improved to 1-2, 4-3.
Finger Lakes trimmed Erie Community College, 80-74, in a Penn-York Conference game at ECC. Jennifer Wieben led ECC (1-7, 1-10) with 26 points.
Hilbert's Kathleen Murtaugh scored 18 points to lift the Lady Hawks to a 67-50 victory over Penn State-Altoona in the Mount Aloysius round-robin Christmas tournament. Marcy Kornegay added 16 points for Hilbert (9-2).
MEN'S BASKETBALL: Rob Robinson scored 23 points to lead five players in double figures as Daemen got past Point Park, 99-94, in NAIA District 18. Stefan Vanduluitgaarden added 22 points for Daemen (2-1, 6-8), which also got 20 from Russell John, plus 14 points and 13 rebounds from Alex Nwora. . . . Brockport used a balanced scoring attack, and Ben Drake and Burnice Green netted 14 points each as the Eagles trounced Fredonia, 85-68, in a SUNYAC game at Brockport. Sophomore Ryan Smock led Fredonia (2-8) with 22 points. . . . Jamestown Community College (6-6) outlasted Monroe CC, 68-63, behind John Blanks' 21 points and Raheen Parks' 19. Sandy Finney led Monroe (10-3) with 21.
HOCKEY: Vince Christiano scored a hat trick and Tom Thornton had two goals and two assists as Buffalo State ripped Gannon, 12-3. Dan Goldie added a goal and three assists for the Bengals (6-6-1). . . . Dave Mooradin netted his second goal with 21 seconds remaining to lift Niagara (Ont.) College to a 3-3 tie with Erie CC in an Intercollegiate Hockey League game. Todd Gagliardi scored two goals for ECC (5-0-2, 8-0-3).