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Monday, December 5, 2011

Washington D.C. Area Sports Update 12/07/11

BSU Track & Field, Womens Basketball, Maryland Crab Bowl All Star Game.

Date Released: 12/07/2011
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(COLLEGEVILLE, Pa.) The Bowie State University men's track and field team opened the 2011-2012 with a first place finish in the Bow-Tie Classic hosted by Ursinus College. The Bulldogs topped the competition with 199 points, followed by Dickinson in second with 113 points, Cheyney was third (102 points), Ursinus placed fourth (88 points) and Gwynedd-Mercy rounded out the top five with 71 points. In the women's division Bowie State placed third overall out of 19 teams. Coppin State University and host Ursinus tied for first with a score of 171 points, followed by Bowie State (125 points), Misericordia was fourth (101 points) and Delaware State University placed fifth with a score of 85 points.


(BOWIE, Md. – December 3, 2011) Senior Juliette Turner recorded a career-high 23 points to go along with 16 rebounds and sophomore Chanet Wallace added a career-high 16 points and 16 rebounds in Bowie State's 76-63 home opening loss to Johnson C. Smith University.

Johnson C. Smith (6-1, 1-0 CIAA) led the majority of the game, except for the first 4:15 of the contest. With the scored tied at 6-6, the JCSU Lady Golden Bulls went on an 11-3 run to give them a little cushion by the 11 minute mark of the first half.

The JCSU lead grew to a first period high of 13 (27-14) and pretty much held a double-digit lead until freshman Alisha Burley nailed a half court 3-pointer to close out the first 20 minutes. Johnson C. Smith went into the break with a 36-29 advantage.

Bowie State and Johnson C. Smith were pretty much even in terms of first half field goals as the Lady Bulldogs went 11-of-34 (32 percent) while the Lady Golden Bulls went 12-of-34 (35 percent) from the floor.

Johnson C. Smith began the second half with a 13-0 burst before a Wallace free throw stopped the BSU scoring drought over the first eight minutes. A 3-point field goal by JCSU’s Terran Quattlebaum extended the visitors lead to a game-high 20 points on the Lady Bulldogs next possession.

The Bowie State duo of Turner and Wallace cut the Lady Bulldogs deficit to 10 with just over nine minutes left to play, but that’s as close as the home team would get.

Bowie State’s field goal shooting percentage fell to 29 percent in the final period, making 12-of-42 from the floor and ended the afternoon hitting 23-of-76 (30 percent).
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The Lady Golden Bulls offense wasn’t the greatest either over the final 20 minutes. JCSU made just 10-of-32 from the floor, but used 18-of-28 free throws to help hold of BSU. Johnson C. Smith went to the charity stripe 42 times in the game, converting 27 compared to 13-of-21 overall for Bowie State.

Bowie State (0-4, 0-1 CIAA) outscored Johnson C. Smith 30-18 in the paint but the Lady Golden Bulls bench outscored the Lady Bulldogs bench 25-7.

Shavonda Price led Johnson C. Smith with 23 points, which included 14-of-16 from the free throw line and tied for team-high rebound honors with nine. Quattlebaum and Phyllis Jenson scored in double figures adding 14 and 12 points respectively. JCSU’s April Smith and LaKendra Wilkerson matched Price’s rebound total of nine.

Senior Kimberly Jones scored in double figures for the second time this season, contributing10 points and grabbed a career-high eight rebounds.

Senior Cortney Baynard handed out a team-high four assists and junior Jasmine Jacobs provided three assists.

The Lady Bulldogs return to the hardwood Monday (December 5th) traveling across town to face the undefeated Lady Firebirds of the University of the District of Columbia at 6 pm.

November 30, 2011 Bowie, MD – The Mid Atlantic Football Foundation (MAFF) is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Maryland Crab Bowl Powered by Under Armour, December 17th, 2011 at 12:00 pm, at Bowie State University. The Crab Bowl is Maryland’s only statewide all-star game, and in its four year history boasts well over 190 active alumni throughout the country at virtually all levels of college football.

Tickets are available on a pre-sale basis starting December 1, 2011 via the web at:

“We are excited to produce the Crab Bowl again this year,” said Sean O’Connor, MAFF’s Director of Business Operations, “because just this weekend alone, 37 of our alumni will be in action at the Football Championship Series, Division II and Division III level as their play-offs continue. The Crab Bowl represents this great state for college football well, and our game provides exposure for the state’s best talent for some of this country’s best institutions of higher learning to see these young men compete.”

The Mid Atlantic Football Foundation, Inc is a non-profit (501c3) foundation. It was created in January 2011 to provide the youth of our community the opportunity to participate and compete in football related events. Please visit our website at:

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