Feb. 15, 2007
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -Crystal Langhorne scored 14 points and grabbed a dozen rebounds and sixth-ranked Maryland defeated Florida State 74-60 on Thursday night.
Marissa Coleman and Kristi Toliver also had 14 points to pace Maryland’s balanced scoring attack. Shay Doron adding 12 and Laura Harper had 11 points and 12 rebounds.
With the win, the Terrapins took sole possession of third place in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Maryland (25-3, 9-3 ACC) took the lead for good at 38-35 on Toliver’s 3-point basket 2:35 into the second half and built it to double digits with 10:02 left on a mid-range jumper by Toliver, who leads the country in 3-point shooting percentage.
Florida State led 30-29 at the half. Maryland made just 2 of 8 tries from 3-point range and missed 6 of 7 free throws before the break.
Maryland’s losses are all to ACC opponents – unbeaten, top-ranked Duke, once-beaten No. 2 North Carolina and Georgia Tech.