Dallas Ely and Kendall Benovy led five players in double figures as the West Chester University women's basketball team downed visiting Shepherd, 96-68, in the Carol Eckman Classic on Friday night.

Benovy scored 16 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, while Ely netted 16 points.

Downingtown West graduate Brittany Sicinski posted 15 points, Chikisha Steele-Hook 14 points and 11 rebounds, and Serifat Junaid 10 points for West Chester (1-1).

Shepherd fell to 0-2.

The 96 points were the most in a game by the Golden Rams since defeating Clarion, 102-68, on Dec. 3, 2011.

West Chester upped its winning streak in the Eckman Classic to 13. The Rams have not lost in the tournament since 2006.

West Chester takes on University of the Sciences tonight (7 p.m.) following the Shepherd-Seton Hill game at 5 p.m.Lincoln 94, Morgan State 86, OT: Lincoln defeated Division I Morgan State in its season opener on the road.

The Lions outscored the Lady Bears 44-30 in the second half and then sealed the victory with 12 points in overtime.

Junior Zephrah Pam recorded a career-high 28 points with 15 rebounds on 9-of-16 shooting from the field. Cynthia Johnson led the Lions bench with 18 points and three assists.

Women's SoccerKutztown 2, West Chester 0: Two second-half goals lifted Kutztown past West Chester in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Region quarterfinal match played at California (Pa.).


The Golden Rams finished with a 13-8 record.

Kutztown will take on host top seed California on Sunday in the Atlantic Region semifinals.

Alex Srolis made five saves in the West Chester goal and kept the game scoreless until the 75th minute, when the Golden Bears finally broke through.

Kutztown added a second in the 83rd minute countering a West Chester attack with a two-on-one break.

Women's VolleyballWest Chester 3, East Stroudsburg 1: Julia O'Brien led the way with 12 kills and seven blocks as West Chester won the PSAC East match 25-20, 15-25, 25-20, 25-22.

The Golden Rams (15-17, 7-14 PSAC) finish the regular season on Saturday at Kutztown.Men's BasketballScranton 95, Immaculata 79: Immaculata opened its season with the loss in the first round of the Scranton tournament.

The Mighty Macs were paced by senior Brandon Smith, who notched his sixth career double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds. Jose Ortiz led the team with 17 points in his Immaculata debut.

Immaculata will face Penn State Abington in today's consolation game (2 p.m.).High School

Ice HockeyW.C. Henderson 9, Springfield 6: Eric Carreras scored four goals and added five assists as West Chester Henderson notched the ICSHL Ches-Mont win.

Jarrett Slear (one assist) and Chandler Liero (two assists) both scored two goals. Dylan Teeter added one goal.W.C. East 3, Downingtown East 1: West Chester East scored three goals in the second period to win the ICSHL Ches-Mont game.

Chris Rodier scored a goal and added an assist. Pat Ward and Mike Roberta both scored a goal.

Tyler Percival made 33 saves between the pipes.

Joseph Alvaro scored the goal for Downingtown East, and Jeff Cummings stopped 40 shots. Unionville 10, Great Valley 0: John Kumpf scored two goals and tacked on an assist to lead Unionville in the ICSHL Ches-Mont win.

Danny Hargadon scored a goal and added three assists, while Parker Wine netted a pair of goals.

Joshua Seder and Ben Basilio shared the shutout in goal.W.C. Rustin 13, Monsignor Bonner 0: Michael Grande and Armen Asdourian had hat tricks for West Chester Rustin in the ICSHL Ches-Mont win.

JR Barone added two goals and two assists, while Brett Christie netted a goal and handed out three assists.

Goalie Jason Grande was only tested three times.

Malvern Prep 5, Roman Catholic 0: Malvern Prep won the ICSHL AAA game as Matthew Hollingshead posted the shutout in goal.

William Kay led the offense with two goals and one assist. Joey Abel had a pair of goals, and Kevin McGeary had a goal and an assist.Garnet Valley 4, Conestoga 3: Garnet Valley scored late in the third period and won the Central League battle.

Ryan Caldwell scored two goals, and Turner Kaufmann one for Conestoga.

Downingtown West 7, Owen J. Roberts/Pope John Paul II 1: Tino DiGiorgio and Tyler Staquet both scored a goal and notched two assists for Downingtown West in the ICSHL Ches-Mont win.

Simon Butala and Drew Barron both contributed a goal and an assist. Alec Higgins, Chris Fabry and Benjamin Mucha all netted a goal.

Girls Ice HockeyDowningtown East 11, Conestoga 6: Katie Stueve fired in six goals to power Downingtown East in the ICSHL victory.

Alexa Weiderhold finished with a goal and two assists. Natalie Alvaro, Victoria Barretta, and Renee Agsten chipped in with a goal and an assist.

Emily Tinguely netted a goal, and Lauren Bolger had three assists.

For Conestoga, Michaela Caldwell and Priscilla Orr both scored two goals and tacked on an assist.

Mollie Johnson scored twice.

W.C. East 2, Lansdale Catholic 0: Gemma Dufoe scored in the first period and Anne Cleary scored an empty net goal in the third to lead West Chester East in the ICSHL win.

Charlotte Dufoe stopped all 20 shots she faced in goal.