Jade Walker leads St. John's women over Providence

Jade Walker poses for a portrait at the

Jade Walker poses for a portrait at the St. John's annual Media Day held at Carnesecca Arena. (Oct. 10, 2013) Photo Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy

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Freshman Jade Walker had a career-high 14 points and was one of five St. John's players to score in double figures in an 85-65 win over Providence in a women's Big East game Saturday at Carnesecca Arena.

Keylantra Langley had 13 points and Aliyyah Handford added 12 points for St. John's (18-5, 11-1), which set a program record with its 10th straight conference win.

Danaejah Grant chipped in 11 points and 10 rebounds, Briana Brown added 10 points and North Babylon graduate Eugeneia McPherson dished a career-high 11 assists.

Dowling 69, St. Thomas Aquinas 54: Julia Koppl had 18 points and Rekik Worku had 14 points and 13 boards to lift Dowling (9-10, 8-6 ECC).

District of Columbia 96, NYIT 73: Alex Venuto had 17 points for Dowling (13-7, 9-5 ECC).

Mount St. Mary 68, St. Joseph's 53: Christina Cohen led St. Joseph's (2-17, 2-7 Skyline) with 24 points, seven rebounds and seven steals.

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Dutchess 45, Suffolk CC 44:Naysha Trent had 24 points and eight rebounds for Suffolk (12-4) in a Region XV loss.

MEN'S BASKETBALLNYIT 80, District of Columbia 61: Phil Izevbehai had 22 points, and Jahleel Felix added 21 points for NYIT (9-11, 7-7) in ECC.

Dowling 74, St. Thomas Aquinas 62: Darien Davis had 27 points and Leon Taylor finished with 18 for Dowling (19-4, 13-2 ECC).

USMMA 98, Goucher 86: David Smith had 31 points and Zach Karczewski chipped in 22 points for USMMA (10-11, 5-6 Landmark).

Farmingdale State 94, NYU-Poly 67: Jonathan Annan had 25 points and Wilson Molina added 16 points and 10 assists to pace Farmingdale State (10-3) in non-conference.

Sage 69, St. Joseph's 59: Darryl Charles had 26 points and 12 rebounds for St. Joseph's (5-15, 4-9 Skyline).

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