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NCCU comeback falls short against visiting archrival North Carolina A&T

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click to enlarge NCCU's Joanna Miller passes the ball during mid-flight. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • NCCU's Joanna Miller passes the ball during mid-flight. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

McDOUGALD-McLENDON GYM/DURHAM N.C. Central starts off the 2010 part of its women's basketball season by renewing its old rivalry with North Carolina A&T.

At the half, NCCU is down by by three points, but A&T takes a 13-point lead with 11:39 left in the second half.

Central makes a good run at the defending MEAC champions in the last five minutes, but ends up losing 78-74.

Ta'Wuana Cook leads the Aggies with 25 points, followed by Amber Calvin's 14, Jaleesa Sams' 12 and Jaquayla Berry's 11.

click to enlarge Aggie freshman Amber Calvin dribbles up the court. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • Aggie freshman Amber Calvin dribbles up the court. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

NCCU uses only seven players, led by freshman Joanna Miller with 25 points in 36 minutes. Blaire Houston adds 15 points and Latoya Bennett 13. J'Mia Pollock has a game-high 14 rebounds for the Eagles. Danielle DeBerry plays all 40 minutes and finishes with eight points, seven assists and two fouls.

A&T scores 21 points from the free-throw line in the second half.

Play of the Game

Shanise Blanks' 3-pointer at 5:16 left in the second half to start Central's comeback.

The Three Stars

1.  Miller.

2. DeBerry.

3. Cook.

Series

Aggies lead 20-7.

Streaks

NCCU: Lost 1.

A&T: Won 2.

On Deck

NCCU vs. Winston-Salem State, Tuesday, 7 p.m.

A&T at Liberty, Tuesday, 7 p.m.

click to enlarge Central's Latoya Bennett takes a shot from the paint. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • Central's Latoya Bennett takes a shot from the paint. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

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