Langhorne dominates as Maryland rollsJan 6, 2007 - 10:07 PM COLLEGE PARK, Maryland (Ticker) -- Crystal Langhorne had her way inside.
Langhorne missed just one shot from the field and scored 28 points as top-ranked Maryland remained unbeaten with a 97-57 destruction of No. 18 Michigan State.
A 6-2 junior, Langhorne made 13-of-14 shots in helping Maryland to its 16th double-digit win in 17 games this season.
Kristi Toliver and Jade Perry added 12 points apiece for Maryland (17-0), which raced to a 46-25 halftime lead.
The Terrapins, who have won 23 straight games dating to last season, shot 51 percent (33-of-65) and held a commanding 56-32 rebounding advantage.
Victoria Lucas-Perry scored 20 points for Michigan State (12-3), which shot 29 percent (22-of-75) in having its five-game winning streak stopped.
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