St. Mary's beats Catholic for first time since 1994
ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. - Catholic University had a 15-game winning streak versus St. Mary's halted this evening 91-89 despite a valiant effort by senior point guard Pat Maloney's season-high 29 points, several of which came on desperation threes in the final minutes. The last time St. Mary's beat Catholic was a 78-75 decision at the DuFour Center on Jan. 19, 1994.
All five Cardinal starters scored in double figures, as Tim Judge and Will Morley each had 13 while Andy Rice and Matt Hilleary each had 11 to go with Maloney's 29 in the loss.
St. Mary's, which improves to 9-7 (4-3 CAC), was led by Harvey Davis who had 22 points on 6-for-9 shooting from the field and 8-for-10 free throws. Reserve Brandon Jones also added 20 points of his own to in the win. Also in double figures for the Seahawks was Sheldon Taylor with 18 and Derek Heard who had 10 rebounds to go along with his 10 points.
The Cardinals, who fall to 12-5 (4-3), host conference foe Goucher on at home on Saturday at 4 p.m.