Digest (Sept. 13): Millersville's Nocar rallies for Senior Amateur title

David Nocar of Millersville made two late birdies to finish with a 146 (71-75) to win the 89th Senior Amateur championship of the Maryland State Golf Association at rainy Worthington Manor Golf Club in Urbana on Wednesday. Craig Ostrom went from last place to a tie for first with the tournament's low round of 68 for a 36-hole total of 146, but he was unable to make a scheduled playoff because a work commitment. George Murphy of Hillendale Country Club placed third with a 147.

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Capitals opening 20-daytraining camp Friday

The Washington Capitals will begin their 2017-18 training camp at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington, Va., on Friday. Camp will last 20 days, with the NHL regular season beginning Oct. 4. All on-ice sessions, like every Capitals practice at Kettler Capitals Iceplex, will be open to the public and free of charge.

Pro basketball: The Baltimore Shuckers of the Central Basketball Association announced Llewellyn Smalley will be returning for his fifth season as the team's coach. The Shuckers will play their seventh season overall and second in the CBA. Smalley has a 30-22 regular-season record.

Men's college soccer: UMBC (4-1) upset visiting No. 19 West Virginia, 3-1. Junior back Kyle Saunderson (Reservoir) scored twice to lead the Retrievers. Freshman Matt Bailey had two assists.

Women's college volleyball: Towson junior middle blocker Olamide Sonuga was selected Colonial Athletic Association Co-Defensive Player of the Week. ... Navy senior outside hitter Maggie Phillips was selected Patriot League Player of the Week. ... Washington College junior outside hitter Kaitlyn Marino was picked as Centennial Player of the Week. ... Stevenson senior outside hitter Annika Schwartz was selected Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Player of the Week.

Men's college soccer: Freshman forward Isaac Ekobo was named the Capital Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

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