Digest (Feb. 14): Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team defeats Drexel, 14-10

Host Johns Hopkins (2-0) used a strong second-half performance to win, 14-10, over Drexel (0-1). Maggie Schneidereith (Towson) had a game-high four goals, including a natural hat trick, for the Blue Jays, and sister Lucy Schneidereith (Towson) had a hat trick for the Dragons. The game was tied at 5 at halftime. ... Kristen Gaudien had a game-high six goals to lead No. 8 James Madison (2-0) to a 16-11 victory over visiting Virginia Tech (0-2). The Dukes led 10-5 in the first half. ... Maryland sophomore midfielder Lizzie Colson was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week. ... Towson junior midfielder Natalie Sulmonte was named the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week.

Men's college lacrosse: Delaware senior midfielder Will Hirschmann (Archbishop Spalding) was named the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week. ... The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association released its first Division III coaches poll of the regular season and Salisbury held the No. 1 position. The Sea Gulls earned 379 points and 18 of the 19 possible first-place votes. Stevenson was ranked No. 17. ... ... Johns Hopkins senior goalie Brock Turnbaugh was named the Big Ten Specialist of the Week after a 13-save performance against Towson.

Men's pro lacrosse: Major League Lacrosse's All-Star Game will be played June 28 at Harvard Stadium, home of the Boston Cannons, in Cambridge. The game will feature the MLL All-Stars facing Team USA as it prepares for the FIL World Lacrosse Championships on July 12-21 in Netanya, Israel.

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John Carroll's Quickley picks up McDonald's honor

John Carroll basketball star Immanuel Quickley has a lengthy list of accomplishments covering his four seasons playing for the Patriots. The most recent came Tuesday, when the Kentucky commit was recognized as a McDonald's All American. Quickley, an All-Metro guard and the 2016 All-Metro Player of the Year, was one of 24 players selected to play in the country's most prestigious showcase game, set for March 28 at Philips Arena in Atlanta. He'll represent the East squad along with Mount Saint Joseph standout Jalen Smith. Quickley is averaging 20 points, six rebounds and six assists per game for the No. 2 Patriots, who are 24-6.

— Glenn Graham

varsity Girls soccer: The Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer named Mercy coach Doug Pryor as Maryland's Coach of the Year in the private/parochial category. Pryor, in his seventh season, led No. 10 Mercy (12-9-1) to an improbable run to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship game. The Magic upset top-seeded and defending league champion Archbishop Spalding in the semifinals and pushed No. 1 McDonogh in the title game before falling, 1-0, on a last-minute goal. Pryor also is the technical director for the Pipeline Soccer Club's youth girls programs.

— Glenn Graham

College football: Jarren Jasper, the son of Navy offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper, was released from the hospital Wednesday, according to a Naval Academy spokesman. The 14-year-old had a heart transplant Jan. 29 at Children's Hospital in Washington.

NFL: The New York Jets named former Ravens assistant Rick Dennison as offensive line coach/run game coordinator. … The Arizona Cardinals retained former Raven Terry Allen as their Bill Bidwill Fellowship/running backs assistant coach.

Women's college gymnastics: Maryland's Audrey Barber was named Big Ten Co-Gymnast and Co-Freshman of the Week.

National Women's Soccer League: Washington Spirit defender Taylor Smith, midfielders Rose Lavelle and Andi Sullivan and forwards Ashley Hatch and Mallory Pugh have been named to the 26-player preliminary United States roster for the 2018 SheBelieves Cup. ... The Spirit released goalkeeper Stephanie Labbé.

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