Digest: Maryland men's soccer falls to Michigan, misses chance at Big Ten title

From Sun staff and news services

Francis Atuahene scored in the 104th minute to lift the No. 19 Michigan men's soccer team to its first Big Ten regular-season title, defeating host No. 9 Maryland, 2-1, in double overtime on Sunday night. DJ Reeves scored in the 36th minute to tie the game at 1 for the Terps (10-4-3, 5-1-2), who could have won the title outright with a victory (a tie would have given Maryland a share of the title with Indiana and Michigan State). The Wolverines took a 1-0 lead in the seventh minute. The Terps will be the No. 4 seed in the conference tournament and host Wisconsin (8-4-4, 4-3-1) on Sunday.

More men's college soccer: Navy (2-12-2, 0-6-2 Patriot League) lost, 2-1, to host Colgate (6-10-1, 3-4-1), falling to 0-9 in one-goal games this season. Daniel Zaremba scored in the 52nd minute for the Midshipmen, but Colgate scored off corner kicks in the 61st and 81st minutes to rally for the victory.

Women's college basketball: Kaila Charles and Stephanie Jones (Aberdeen) each finished with 27 points as Maryland cruised to a 130-61 exhibition victory over visiting Glenville State. Channise Lewis added 13 points and seven assists.

College field hockey: Second-seeded Maryland scored twice in the first three minutes in a 3-0 victory over visiting Michigan State (8-11) in the Big Ten quarterfinals. Lein Holsboer scored her 11th goal of the season in the first 25 seconds and Brooke DeBerdine added her first career goal less than three minutes later. Maryland (13-5) will face third-seeded Penn State (15-3) in the semifinals Friday at 1:30 p.m. in East Lansing, Mich.

Women's college volleyball: Erika Pritchard had a career-high 18 kills to help host Maryland (16-8, 5-7 Big Ten) upset No. 17 Purdue (17-6, 7-5) in five sets, 25-23, 23-25, 25-21, 25-27, 17-15. ... Anna Holehouse had 21 digs to lead Towson (23-3, 9-3 Colonial Athletic Association) over Northeastern (16-9, 9-3) in four sets, 30-28, 25-21, 20-25, 25-23, to win its seventh straight match and clinch a spot in the CAA tournament that will be held Nov. 16-18 at James Madison. ... Colgate (15-9, 6-6 Patriot League) rallied from a late first-set deficit to get past Loyola Maryland (9-16, 3-9) in three sets, 26-24, 25-20, 25-20. ... Natashia Barker had 11 kills to lead Morgan State (5-16, 4-4 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) to a three-set win, 25-11, 25-21, 25-12, over visiting Norfolk State (3-20, 0-9).

Women's college soccer: Mount St. Mary's (5-12-1, 2-6 Northeast Conference) fell, 3-1, to host Fairleigh Dickinson (9-8-3, 7-1-1) in its season finale.

College cross country: The Johns Hopkins women won their 10th straight Centennial Conference title in Gettysburg, Pa. The Blue Jays men finished second to Haverford for the fourth straight year. McDaniel's men finished ninth, while the women placed 10th.

Horse racing: Vindictive Ways, a 2-year-old filly by Broken Vow co-owned and trained by Francis "Tres" Abbott III, broke her maiden at third asking against a competitive group of fillies. Purchased for $45,000 at last October's Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall Yearling Sale, Vindictive Ways won by 23/4 lengths in 1 minute, 40.56 seconds.

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