Mount St. Mary's promoted former assistant Tori Krause to head coach of its women's soccer program. Krause assisted Joe Nemzer last season after working as the director of performance analysis with the women's soccer program at North Carolina. The Cary, N.C., native played center midfield at Davidson.
Women's college lacrosse: Johns Hopkins sophomore Maggie Schneidereith is Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week, Hopkins junior Haley Crosson is Defensive Player of the Week and Hopkins' Aurora Cordingley is Freshman of the Week.
Men's college lacrosse: Hopkins' Cole Williams and Jack Rapine were named the Big Ten Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively.
Women's college volleyball: Setter Nicole Alford (South River) plans to transfer from Georgia Tech to Maryland. Alford, who had 270 assists in 21 matches for the Yellow Jackets, has three years of eligibility remaining beginning next season.
Men's college basketball: D3hoops.com named Hopkins coach Josh Loeffler as the Middle Atlantic Co-Coach of the Year and junior Michael Gardner to the All-Middle Atlantic second team.
College baseball: Towson third baseman Richard Miller went 4-for-5 with a triple and a grand slamto lead the Tigers (3-11) to a 12-2 victory over Delaware State Tuesday afternoon. Reliever Mason Anderson allowed just two hits over three shutout innings for the victory. ... Maryland (9-7) took a 6-0 lead, but lost to visiting Delaware, 7-6. The Blue Hens tied the ballgame in the eighth before Calvin Scott hit a walk-off home run in the ninth.
Glenelg Country pulls offseason-opening lax upset
Glenelg Country secured a 10-9 girls lacrosse victory over Notre Dame Prep, who entered the season as the No. 5 team in the country by US Lacrosse Magazine. "They have a great team over there," Notre Dame Prep coach Mac Ford said. "The goalie got really hot — that was the difference — and they even played man down for part of the game and they gutted it out. They were just a little bit better on ground balls and and in the draw circle they were a little bit better than we were today." Avery Dyer made 13 saves for Glenelg Country in their season-opening home win, while junior Alli Bateman recorded a hat trick and Hannah Glaros, Shay Ahearn and Kate Sites added two goals apiece.
— Kyle Stackpole, Baltimore Sun Media Group
Boys lacrosse: Ohio State -bound Brendan Grimes scored a game-high five goals to lead visiting Boys' Latin (3-0) to a 12-7 boys lacrosse victory over St. Andrew's (Fla.) in Boca Raton. The Scots (5-2) led 2-1 in the first quarter before the Lakers took an 8-2 advantage at the half.
BMGC to host final winter scramble at Forest Park
Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation, also known as Baltimore's Classic Five, will host the final in its series of scramble outings this winter, the Superintendent's Revenge Scramble on March 24 at Forest Park Golf Course. The event will be played using the 18-hole scramble format, featuring an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. A $220 per team (four golfers) price includes green fees, carts, breakfast, lunch and prizes. Space is limited to the first 30 teams. To sign up as a single or twosome, contact the Forest Park pro shop at 410-448-4653. To register online or for more information, go to classic5golf.com.
Indoor soccer: Blast defender Marco Nascimento was named to the Major Arena Soccer League rookie team after compiling seven goals and three assists in 22 games. He also blocked eight shots. The Blast host the Milwaukee Wave in the Eastern Conference final Friday at 7:35 p.m. at SECU Arena. Tickets are on sale at 410-732-5278 and ticketmaster.com.
NHL : The Washington Capitals assigned defenseman Madison Bowey to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League .
Pro basketball: The Baltimore Shuckers of the Central Basketball Association announced the signing of forward Aaron Williams, who was a McDonald's All American nominee in Chicago and was the first pick in the National Basketball League of Canada's 2017 draft.
— From Sun staff and news services