Coleman leads No. 10 Maryland past Gonzaga

CHARLOTTE AMALIE, U.S. Virgin Islands (AP) -- Marissa Coleman
scored 21 points to lead 10th-ranked Maryland to a 88-50 victory
over Gonzaga in the Paradise Jam women's tournament Thursday night.

Crystal Langhorne added 13 points for the Terrapins (3-0), who
had four players reach double figures in scoring. Maryland
outrebounded Gonzaga 54-31.

"It started with our rebounding," said Maryland coach Brenda
Frese. "You're going to see a different scorer every night with
all the weapons we have."

Katy Ridenour scored 13 points for the Bulldogs (1-2), who were
held to just 34 percent shooting from the field.

Maryland center Laura Harper fell hard into the stands while
fighting for a loose ball, injuring the back of her neck. She got
up slowly several minutes later, and held her neck on the bench for
the rest of the game.

Frese said the team would evaluate the injury in the morning to
see if the 6-foot-4 inch sophomore would play against No. 9
Michigan State on Friday.

Maryland built a 48-19 halftime lead.