College Basketball: Doron helps Terrapins beat Georgia Tech

The Israeli-born player scores eight points and grabs five rebounds in the second round of the ACC Women's Basketball Tournament in Greensboro.

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March 4, 2007 02:36
College Basketball: Doron helps Terrapins beat Georgia Tech

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Israeli-born Shay Doron scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds in No. 6 Maryland's 75-59 victory over Georgia Tech in the second round of the ACC Women's Basketball Tournament in Greensboro, North Carolina. The defending national champions faced No. 4 North Carolina in a semifinal later Saturday. "This was a nice statement game for us tonight. Now we need to follow it up in regards to our game [Saturday] and be ready to lay it on the line," Maryland coach Brenda Frese said Friday. "This is where you find true competitors this time of the year, and what you're playing for. This team doesn't want to go home." Crystal Langhorne scored 14 of her 18 points in the first half, and Marissa Coleman added 16 points and 11 rebounds for the Terrapins (27-4), who shot 59 percent in avenging a 77-72 loss to Georgia Tech - the only unranked team to beat Maryland.

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