William &amp, Mary 83, Maryland 77

William & Mary claimed another Atlantic Coast Conference

victim Wednesday night, defeating Maryland 83-77 to extend its

winning streak to nine games and hand the Terrapins their first

home loss of the season.

Sophomore Quinn McDowell scored a career-high 28 points and

Danny Sumner added 17 for the Tribe (9-2), who beat Wake Forest in

November. It’s the first time in school history that William &

Mary has defeated two ACC foes on the road in the same season.

Off to its best start since 1977, the Tribe has also beaten

Richmond and Colonial Athletic Association rival Virginia

Commonwealth. The nine-game winning streak is second-longest in

school history behind a 10-game run in 1930.

Greivis Vasquez scored 26 – his fourth straight game with at

least 20 – and Landon Milbourne had 19 for Maryland (8-4), now 6-1

at home.