Washington Redskins outside linebacker Junior Galette was chased, tased and arrested Friday night in Biloxi, Miss., according to Biloxi police Sgt. Jackie Rhodes. Galette was charged with two simple misdemeanors — disorderly conduct and disobeying lawful order — according to Rhodes, and released after posting a $500 bond. The arrest occurred during Biloxi Black Beach Weekend, a spring break event that drew an estimated 60,000 people. A Biloxi police officer was flagged down about a possible fight in East Biloxi around 10:30 p.m. on Friday night, Rhodes said. The officer allegedly observed Galette assault another man, according to the police report, and Galette ran off when he was approached by the officer. After a brief chase, Galette was tased and arrested for simple assault, but that charge was not filed. "In the big scheme of things for the weekend, it was a minor incident," Rhodes said Tuesday morning. It is Galette's only known arrest as a member of the Redskins. He was previously arrested in 2015 for domestic abuse as a member of the New Orleans Saints, but the charges were later dropped. "We are aware of the incident. We are gathering information and will refrain from making any further comment," the Redskins said in a statement.
—Master Tesfatsion, The Washington Post
More NFL: The Ravens officially announced that defensive back Lardarius Webb has been re-signed by the team. News broke Saturday that Webb, 31, had agreed to a three-year contract worth a maximum of $10.5 million to return to the Ravens.
Hopkins women fall to No. 4 Stony Brook in lacrosse
Samantha Disalvo and sisters Taryn and Kylie Ohlmiller all scored four goals to help No. 4 Stony Brook (12-1) win, 16-6, over host Johns Hopkins (9-5). The Seawolves used a 7-0 run that spanned both halves to take control. Haley Schweizer scored twice for the Blue Jays.
More women's college lacrosse: Dakotah Savitcheff scored the last two goals to lift Albany (8-4) to an 11-10 come-from-behind upset over No. 8 Cornell (9-2). Savitcheff, who finished with a game-high six goals, scored the game-tying goal with 18 second left and the game-winner with 10 seconds left. ... Maryland midfielder Kali Hartshorn was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week.
Men's college lacrosse: Jordan Evans had three goals and two assists to help No. 1 Syracuse (9-1) win, 15-8, over visiting Cornell (3-7). ... Michael Kraus and Joe French scored three goals each to lead No. 18 Virginia (8-5) to a 13-7 win over visiting Robert Morris (8-4). ... Tristan Rai had three goals and two assists and Ian Strain had two goals and three assists to help host Lehigh (6-5) win, 15-10, over No. 14 Princeton (7-4). ... Sergio Perkovic scored the unassisted game-winner with 25 seconds left to lift No. 10 Notre Dame (6-3) to an 11-10 victory over visiting Marquette (6-4). Perkovic finished with a game-high six goals and Mikey Wynn (St. Paul's) scored twice. ... Maryland junior long stick midfielder Matt Neufeldt was picked Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week. ... Salisbury senior attacker Nathan Blondino (St. Mary's) was selected Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III South Region Offensive Player of the Week.
College baseball: Left fielder Madison Nickens went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and Maryland (21-10) scored five runs in the seventh inning for a 7-6 win over visiting West Virginia (19-12). Nickens added a two-run single in the seventh to finish with a team-high four RBIs. Taylor Bloom of Severna Park allowed three earned runs in 21/3 innings, but relievers Tayler Stiles, John Murphy, Ryan Selmer and Ryan Hill combined to allow six hits with four walks and six strikeouts to keep the Terps in the game.
Minor league baseball: The Aberdeen IronBirds will honor Josh Hamer, a John Carroll sophomore who died in a car accident March 2, by displaying Hamer's high school baseball jersey along the stadium's main concourse throughout the season. Additionally, a pregame ceremony will be held April 21 before John Carroll's baseball game against Gilman at 7:05 p.m. at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium. During the ceremony, the IronBirds will present Hamer's family with a personalized IronBirds jersey. At the conclusion of the season, the IronBirds will relocate Hamer's jersey to the club level at Leidos Field.
NHL: The Washington Capitals have reassigned forward Chandler Stephenson to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League.
Arena Football League: Washington Valor wide receiver Mike Washington was named Offensive Player of the Week.
College football: Navy welcomed a special guest for spring practice this week, with Chip Kelly observing the Midshipmen on Monday as they worked primarily on situational drills such as goal-line management and two-minute offense. The former head coach at Oregon and of the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers of the NFL is a friend of the Navy program, according to coach Ken Niumatalolo. "Obviously one of the best coaches in the game," Niumatalolo said of Kelly, who was also scheduled to attend the final two spring practices in Annapolis today and Friday. "For us to have an opportunity to be around him, learn from him, we're just trying to soak in as much as we can."
—Gene Wang, The Washington Post
Women's college basketball: Goucher named Andrea Preston head coach. Preston spent the past three years as an assistant at Capital in Columbus, Ohio. Before that, she was the head coach at Hiram (2007-2014) and Clarkson (2005-2007).
Men's college track and field: Navy freshman Ryan Herrera-Murphy was selected Patriot League Rookie of the Week. Midshipmen senior Shay Martin received honorable mention.
Women's college track and field: Salisbury senior Meghan McGowan (Arundel) was picked Capital Athletic Conference Athlete of the Week.
College baseball: Navy senior catcher Adrian Chinnery was named Patriot League Player of the Week. ... Salisbury sophomore infielder Jay Perry was named ECAC South Region Player of the Week.
Roller Derby: The Charm City Roller Girls Home Season Championships, with appearances by the Dundalk Deviants, Hampden Hons and Pigtown Butchers, will be April 29 at Skateland Northpoint. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m., with the first whistle at 8 p.m. Details at charmcityrollergirls.com.
—From Sun staff and news services