Sunday , Dec , 12 , 2004 C.Y. Ellis

Top-25 College Basketball Game Capsules

***** Top-25 College Basketball Game Capsules *****
(Sunday, December 12th)

Final Score: (8) North Carolina 109, Loyola-Chicago 60

Chapel Hill, NC (Sports Network) – Jawad Williams scored 17 points to lead
eighth-ranked North Carolina to a 109-60 win over Loyola-Chicago at the Smith
Center. Marvin Williams and Rashad McCants each notched 16 points for the Tar
Heels (7-1), who posted their seventh straight victory. Sean May contributed
15 points, while Williams hauled in 10 boards in the win. Blake Schilb
finished with 15 points for the Ramblers (2-6), who suffered their fifth
straight loss. Dave Telander registered 12 points in the loss.

Final Score: (9) Duke 82, Toledo 54

Durham, NC (Sports Network) – Shelden Williams had 18 points and 10 rebounds
as the ninth-ranked Duke Blue Devils thumped Toledo, 82-54, earning head coach
Mike Krzyzewski his 700th career victory. At 700-240, the 57-year-old
Krzyzewski became the second-youngest to reach the plateau, falling just
short of his college coach, Bob Knight, who was 56. He joins Lou Henson,
Eddie Sutton, Lute Olson and John Chaney in the elite fraternity.

Final Score: (16) Washington 100, Loyola-Marymount 93

Los Angeles, CA (Sports Network) – Nate Robinson scored a game-high 28 points
to lead 16th-ranked Washington to a 100-93 win over Loyola-Marymount at
Gersten Pavilion. Tre Simmons finished with 26 points and nine rebounds for
the Huskies (7-1), who have won three straight and posted their best eight-
game start since 1997. Dustin Brown and Brandon Worthy each posted a team-high
18 points for the Lions (5-2), who had a three-game winning streak snapped.
Brown pulled down six rebounds and Worthy contributed seven assists.

Final Score: (23) Maryland 96, UNC-Asheville 72

College Park, MD (Sports Network) – John Gilchrist scored 22 points and handed
out seven assists to lead 23rd-ranked Maryland to an easy 96-72 win over UNC-
Asheville at the Comcast Center. Chris McCray and Travis Garrison both chipped
in 15 points for the Terrapins (5-2), who have won two of their last three
games. D.J. Strawberry contributed 13 points in the win. Bryan McCullough had
16 points and Omar Collington added 12 for the Bulldogs (1-5), who have
dropped five of their first six contests this season.