Former Maryland basketball recruit Trayvon Reed not enrolled at Auburn

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Former Terps recruit Trayvon Reed is not enrolled in classes at Auburn but is still considered a team member.

Former Maryland recruit Trayvon Reed is not enrolled in classes this semester at Auburn for personal reasons but is still considered a member of the team, according to AL.com. The 7-foot-2 sophomore center averaged just 1.1 points and two rebounds in 23 games as a freshman. Reed, a four-star recruit, signed with Maryland out of Life Center Academy in Snellville, Ga., but was not allowed to enroll after he was arrested and charged with second-degree misdemeanor assault following a shoplifting incident in College Park last summer. Reed pleaded guilty to the charge in December and served a shortened jail sentence this spring.

More: Sophomore point guard Melo Trimble was named a preseason third-team All-American by Sporting News.

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Crognale lifts Terps to win over Navy in men's soccer

Junior Alex Crognale headed home the winner in the 84th minute to lift the No. 4 Maryland men's soccer team past visiting Navy, 1-0, on Monday night. The Terps (3-1-2) held a decisive 20-2 shot advantage over the Midshipmen (2-3-1). Navy managed no shots on goal as Maryland goalkeeper Cody Niedermeier posted his third shutout in four starts. Senior Mael Corboz delivered the corner kick to Crognale, and the 6-foot-6 defender finished from 5 yards out.

Men's college basketball: Towson will hold its fifth annual "Tiger Fun Run for Autism" at 3 p.m. Sept. 29. The event will feature a course run by Tigers players and coaches around the Towson campus. Interested participants are encouraged to make a minimum $10 donation before the beginning of the run, with proceeds donated to the Kennedy Krieger Institute for Autism Research and Towson's Hussman Center for Adults with Autism. The first 50 people to sign up will receive a commemorative T-shirt. For more information or to register, email mswets@towson.edu.

Men's college lacrosse: Maryland and Notre Dame will face off March 5 in the third annual Pacific Coast Shootout. Tickets to the game, held in Orange County, Calif., will go on sale soon. … Former Johns Hopkins standout Larry Quinn was named the team's volunteer assistant coach. Quinn starred for the team from 1982 to 1985, helping the Blue Jays win the 1984 and 1985 NCAA Division I championships.

Men's college soccer: Loyola Maryland freshman defender A. Mickey Watson was named Patriot League Rookie of the Week. … Lycoming.sophomore defender Kyle Thomas (C. Milton Wright) earned MAC Commonwealth Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors.

Women's college soccer: Sophomore Alex Anthony scored two goals as host Maryland (5-3) routed Yale, 5-1, on Sunday. The Bulldogs (3-3) were outshot 30-10. … Loyola Maryland graduate student Colleen Folan and junior Nicole Wahlig were named the Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week and Defensive Player of the Week, respectively. … St. Mary's senior Gillian Sawyer (Wilde Lake) was honored as Capital Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

National Women's Soccer League: Beverly Yanez scored the tiebreaking goal on her first touch in the 71st minute, and Megan Rapinoe struck four minutes later Sunday as the top-seeded Seattle Reign (14-3-4) defeated the visiting Washington Spirit, 3-0, in an NWSL semifinal. The Reign will face defending champion FC Kansas City (10-6-5) in the Oct. 1 final in Portland, Ore. The fourth-seeded Spirit (8-7-6) was without U.S. World Cup defender Ali Krieger, who skipped the match to attend her father's wedding.

Steven Goff, The Washington Post

Minor league basketball: The Bay Area Shuckers announced the signing of Marvin Jackson, Ryan Hughes, Curtis Massey (Bowie State) and Antonio Wright (CCBC-Essex, Meade).

Women's college volleyball: Freshmen Molly Werts and Haley Puddy received Patriot League Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week honors, respectively. The Greyhounds swept the conference's weekly awards for the first time in program history. … UMBC freshman outside hitter Makenzie Morgen (Appleton, Wisc./Appleton East) earned America East Volleyball Rookie of the Week honors this week for her efforts this past week.

Men's college gymnastics: Former Air Force coach Kip Simons has been named to the same post at Navy.

College football: Bowie State junior Jordan Garrison (Poly) and senior Matthew Goggans were named Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Receiver of the Week and Quarterback of the Week, respectively. Lincoln (Pa.) junior running back Stephen Scott (Poly) and Virginia Union freshman running back Hakeem Holland (St. Frances) also were honored.

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