34. Little Rascal, J 70, Rick Pfarr , Lewes, DE, USA, 7-30-30-38-25-43-22-44; 239
35. Thing, J 70, J.B. Walsh , Rocky River, OH, USA, 41-18-42-34-36-14-34-31; 250
36. Derecho, J 70, Jim Golden , annapolis, md, USA, 27-34-36-30-31-27-33-32; 250
37. PaPa Whellie, J 70, Will and Cheryl Keyworth , Crownsville, MD, USA, 9-50/DNS-21-27-23-39-50/TLE-33; 252
38. Cat's Pajamas, J 70, Drake Johnstone , Charlottesville, VA, USA, 35-28-23-36-38-44-26-27; 257
39. curragh, J 70, Peter Tuite , Gulfport, FL, USA, 33-45-18-22-44-31-23-43; 259
40. Planet Claire, J 70, John and Marisa Koten , New York, NY, USA, 37-39-41-26-32-30-28-40; 273
41. Loonatictu, J 70, R Noel Clinard , Richmond, VA, USA, 36-38-25-43-45-40-37-42; 306
42. USA 168, J 70, Marty McKenna , Pittsburgh, PA, USA, 43-41-34-41-34-41-32-41; 307
43. Junior, J 70, Donald Finkle , Youngstown, NY, USA, 42-37-26-37-39-38-50/TLE-39; 308
44. GetMyBoat, J 70, Basil Rowland , Suffolk, VA, USA, 40-43-35-45-43-42-39-38; 325
45. Instant Karma, J 70, David Betts , Southampton, NY, USA, 45-40-44-44-41-32-41-47; 334
46. Vortex, J 70, Vortex Racing Matteson , Virginia Beach, VA, USA, 44-42-43-40-35-37-50/TLE-45; 336
47. D I E S E L, J 70, Tate Russack , Annapolis, MD, USA, 38-44-27-39-50/DNC-50/DNC-50/DNC-50/DNC; 348
48. Sport, J 70, Mark Wagner , Baltimore, MD, USA, 47-46-46-42-50/DNC-50/DNC-50/DNC-35; 366
49. HardTack, J 70, Eric Widra , Washington, DC, USA, 46-47-50/DSQ-46-46-45-50/TLE-46; 376
JHU baseball loses to F&M in Centennial title game
No. 6 Johns Hopkins fell one win short of capturing its 13th conference title in baseball as it lost to Franklin & Marshall, 16-1, in the Centennial Conference championship. The Blue Jays (36-8) must await the fate of the selection committee next Sunday. Hopkins would become the first team in conference history to earn an NCAA at-large bid.
More baseball: Cooper Jones and Ray Morton combined to pitch a four-hit shutout, and Norfolk State salvaged the final game of a three-game series with a 4-0 victory over Coppin State at Joe Cannon Stadium in the final conference game of the season for both teams. Jones pitched the first five innings and allowed four hits and struck out three, while Morton worked the final four innings and did not allow a hit and struck out two batters. Norfolk State improved to 17-26 overall and finished Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference play in second place in the Northern Division with a 12-12 record, while Coppin State dropped to 16-30 overall and finished third in the Northern Division with an 11-13 record. ... Sunday's game between Maryland and Clemson was rained out and has been postponed until today. The teams will attempt to conclude the series with a day-night doubleheader. The first game is scheduled for 1:30p.m., with the second game to be played at 7p.m. and televised on ESPNU.
Division I softball: With a 4-0 loss at Virginia Tech in the regular-season finale, Maryland finished third in the Atlantic Coast Conference in the regular season. The third-seeded Terps (31-25, 13-8 ACC) and the sixth-seeded Hokies (34-18, 9-11) will meet Thursday in the ACC tournament quarterfinals in Tallahassee, Fla., at 11 a.m. The game will be shown on Comcast SportsNet and ESPN3. ... Danielle Smith went 3-for-5 and scored three runs, leading host Coppin State to a 12-8 victory over Morgan State (8-35, 5-13 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) that finished a three-game sweep of the Bears. Smith moved into second place on the Coppin State single-season hit list with 47. She is just one hit shy of tying the record shared by Jamie Imhoff and Christen Glascoe, who each had 48 hits. With the three-game sweep, the Eagles (16-23, 9-9) secured the No. 4 seed in the Northern Division for the MEAC tournament and will face either Bethune-Cookman or Florida A&M at 10 a.m. on Thursday in Ormond Beach, Fla.
Division III softball: Just a year removed from its first-ever win in a conference tournament game, Washington College captured its first-ever conference championship with a 9-0 win over Haverford (26-13) in five innings in the Centennial Conference championship game Sunday afternoon in Allentown, Pa. With the victory, the Shorewomen (26-17) claim the conference's automatic bid and the school's first-ever bid to the NCAA DivisionIII tournament. The tournament begins with eight regional double-elimination tournaments at predetermined sites. ... Salisbury sophomore pitcher Rachel Johnson was named Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year. She was joined on the first team by Salisbury junior pitcher Kathryn Larson, senior catcher Michelle Gravdahl (Long Reach), senior second baseman Carly Read (Seton Keough), senior shortstop Hannah Mills, junior outfielder Sarah Alpaugh (Liberty) and freshman utility player Paige Knussman. Frostburg State freshman pitcher Mary Ann Moore, junior first baseman Caitlin Lovend (Reservoir), freshman third baseman Renay Aubel, and senior outfielder Taylor Vandegrift (Winters Mill) also made the first team. The second team included Frostburg State senior shortstop Shari Beavers, freshman outfielder Taylor Blevins, freshman infielder Lauren Capece (North Carroll), freshman outfielder Bailey Ellsworth, senior infielder Kerry O'Malley (Seton Keough) and junior first baseman Harley Hill; and Salisbury senior outfielder Lindsay McCabe and freshman shortstop Katie Sebbane. Moore was named Rookie of the Year, and Salisbury's Margie Knight was named Coach of the Year for the 12th time.
—From Sun staff and news services
Women's pro soccer
Spirit bows to Thorns, 2-1, before overflow crowd
The Washington Spirit was overwhelmed Saturday night by two of the world's top attackers and remained winless after dropping a 2-1 decision to the unbeaten Portland Thorns (3-0-1) before an announced 5,011 at Maryland SoccerPlex in Boyds. The crowd was about 500 more than the normal capacity. The new Women's Premier Soccer League franchise is averaging 4,230 after three home dates, well beyond the ownership's goal of 3,000. The primary draw on this night was Thorns forward Alex Morgan, a U.S. national team superstar from the Women's World Cup and Olympics. She converted a penalty kick in the 12th minute and teammate Nikki Washington scored early in the second half before Diana Matheson put away a penalty in the 87th minute for the Spirit (0-2-2). Washington is 0-2-1 at home and has yet to score more than once in any match. "We're getting a little better each week," coach Michael Jorden said. "We have proven we can play with everybody. We just have to get it done and we've got to finish and create more chances." Jorden also cited cohesion and inexperience. His starting attack included three players recently out of college. By comparison, Portland featured the elite tandem of Morgan and Christine Sinclair, who has scored 145 goals for the Canadian national team. The Spirit lacked menace and generated few opportunities until the late stages. Washington will host the Boston Breakers (2-0-1) next Saturday night.
—Steven Goff, The Washington Post