Digest (June 1): Terps on Tour makes first stop in Baltimore

Maryland's annual Terps on Tour schedule will open tonight at 7 at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Maryland coaches, athletic department staff and student-athletes will visit with alumni, donors and fans. Each event will feature a short program with insight into Maryland athletics followed by an opportunity to mingle with the coaches and students. Tonight's event features men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon, women's basketball coach Brenda Frese, wrestling coach Kerry McCoy, gymnastics coach Brett Nelligan, track and field coach Andrew Valmon and volleyball coach Steve Aird. Free food and giveaways will be provided by the Terrapin Club at each event. Other stops include Dave and Buster's in Silver Spring next Thursday at 6 p.m. and Top Golf in Alexendria, Va., on June 21 at 6 p.m. To register, call 301-314-7020 or email TerrapinClub@umd.edu.

College football

Navy schedule: The American Athletic Conference announced that the Midshipmen's game Nov. 2 at Temple will start at 7:30 p.m. or 8 and be broadcast by ESPN. The game is a rematch of last season's conference championship game.

Hopkins rankings: Johns Hopkins earned a pair of preseason national rankings. The Blue Jays are ranked fifth by Lindy's and 12th by Street & Smith's among Division III teams. The No. 5 preseason ranking from Lindy's is the highest in program history. In addition to the team rankings, the Blue Jays also placed junior offensive tackle Cameron Little on the Lindy's preseason All-America second team. Johns Hopkins, which had an 11-1 record and advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs, opens the season Sept. 1 at Washington & Lee.

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Jim Harbaugh featuredat Bowie football camp

Bowie State will hold a Football Exposure Camp on Saturday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Bulldogs coach Damon Wilson will conduct the camp with Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh. The camp is open to students in grades 9-12 as well as post graduate and JUCO players. For details, go to bsubulldogs.com or email Bulldogs coach Antone Sewell at asewell@bowiestate.edu.

Women's lacrosse: Navy senior captains Meghan Hubley and Morgan Young (Towson) were selected to play in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association Senior All-Star Game. Recent Johns Hopkins graduates Caroline Federico, Nevi Fernandez and Haley Schweizer also were selected to the game. ... Freshman Kelly Larkin was named the Naval Academy Athletics Association Athlete of the Week after helping the Mids to the national semifinals.

College softball: Salisbury junior Leah Collins (Herford) was named a Division III All-American by Fastpitch News. Collins batted .537 and slugged a team-best .787 with 11 doubles, seven triples and three home runs while driving in 30 runs. The Sparks native scored a team-high 48 runs. Her .583 on-base percentage ranked seventh in the nation, and her batting average was third highest in Division III.

College soccer: Senior midfielder Brock Dudley was named Navy's team captain. Dudley was named to the All-Patriot League second team in 2015 and 2016.

Speedskating: Gabriella Hachem of North Potomac and Laurel's Thomas Hong (Maryland, Atholton) are among the 23 athletes announced by US Speedskating for the 2017-18 national training program. Both compete in short track. This is Hachem's first year in the program. The group, which features seven Olympians, will train for Team USA berths at the Olympic Winter Games Pyeongchang. During the 2016-17 speed skating season, U.S. athletes collected 32 international medals, including five world championship medals. In addition, of the 23 athletes on this year's roster, 16 of them were named to a senior or junior world championship team last season. The Olympic skating season begins in Kearns, Utah, at the Utah Olympic Oval on Aug. 19-20 with the men and women's Short Track World Cup Team Qualifier. The Long Track World Cup Team Qualifier will also be at the Utah Olympic Oval on Oct. 11-15.

Sailing: The 36th edition of the Annapolis-to-Newport Race will begin Friday and Saturday on the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis Yacht Club announced. The earlier dates were chosen to remain in lockstep with the New York Yacht Club Annual Regatta, which has been scheduled for the following weekend.

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