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College Roundup: Anne Arundel rolls to men's lacrosse win

AACC MEN'S LACROSSE:

Eddie Hartle (Queen Anne's) and Patrick Cavanaugh (St. Mary's) combined for seven goals and seven assists as the Pioneers routed Brookdale, 22-4.

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Hartle had four goals and four assists while Cavanaugh had three goals and three assists. Hunter Cetrone (Arundel) added two goals and four assists and Reece Sullivan had two goals. John Jennings (Spalding) had a goals and three assists and Carson Bekken (North County) had three assists. Ryan Killion (Arundel), James Dickie (Spalding), Marshall Cruickshank, Darek Davis (South River), Brian Lester (Southern), Marshall Meyer (Annapolis) and Kenny Robertson (Kent Island) all scored a goal, Michael Brennan (Chesapeake) finished with eight saves.

NAVY BASEBALL:

The Mids (9-9) won their first weekend series of the season on Sunday as they closed out Quinnipiac (2-12) with an 8-4 triumph to take three of four games.

Robert Currie and Drew Hayes highlighted Navy's offensive production with a team-high three hits for Currie and a team-high three RBIs for Hayes.

On the mound, freshman Kevin McKelvey came on in relief of George Coughlin in the fifth inning and hurled 3 1/3 innings of one-run ball to collect his first victory.

TUFTS MEN'S LACROSSE:

Beau Wood (Severn) had four goals and an assist, and Cole Bailey (Severn) had two goals and three assists in a 20-8 win over Colby College on Saturday.

CENTENARY COLLEGE MEN'S LACROSSE:

Freshman attacker Sam Nickelson (Chesapeake) scored his first collegiate goal on Saturday during a 4-2 loss to Mount Saint Mary College (N.Y.)

GOUCHER MEN'S LACROSSE:

Goucher gained a second life when Dylan Zook scored with one second remaining in regulation to send its Landmark Conference game against the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy into overtime. But just 50 seconds into the four-minute extra session, Phil Walker's unassisted goal provided the Mariners with an 8-7 victory.

SHEPHERD WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Bailey Leonard scored on an assist from Lauren Donovan with 4:08 remaining in regulation to lift Lenoir-Rhyne to a 12-11 win over Shepherd University.

Sophomore attacker Hunter Morris (Severn) had two goals and a pair of assists for the Rams.

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UMBC SOFTBALL:

The Retrievers launched three home runs in a 6-1 victory against Hampton in the final game of the 10th annual UMBC Dawg Pound Invitational. UMBC head coach Joe French earned his 800th career coaching victory with the win

Pinch hitter Megan Sauble (Glen Burnie) had a homer for the Retrievers.

JOHNS HOPKINS WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Senior Taylor D'Amore broke two school records in leading 14th-ranked Johns Hopkins to a 20-5 win over visiting Michigan.

WASHINGTON COLLEGE WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Junior midfielder Emily Hubley had game-highs of five goals, seven points and eight draw controls to lead host Washington College to a 15-7 victory over visiting Christopher Newport.

SALISBURY BASEBALL:

The No. 7 Salisbury University baseball team finished up a busy weekend at the SU Baseball Field with a 9-5 loss to Wesley College.

Ken O'Neill (Southern) went 1 for 3 and scored a run for the Sea Gulls.

WASHINGTON COLLEGE SAILING:

The Washington College sailing team finished seventh of 10 teams at the Southern New England Team Race, hosted by Connecticut College. Washington posted a 6-6 head-to-head record at the regatta.

Sophomore crew Alex Crawford (Severna Park) sailed for Washington.

MARYLAND SOFTBALL:

Georgia Tech used seven unearned runs in the fifth inning to power past the Terps, 7-6, in the series finale.

MARYLAND BASEBALL:

The Terps fell to No. 13 North Carolina, 9-4, in the series finale.

Kyle Convissar (Severna Park) went 1 for 4 and scored a run for Maryland.

TOWSON BASEBALL:

Freshman third baseman Jordan Stading delivered a game-winning single with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning as No. 30 Houston (15-3) came from behind to edge Towson, 7-6, and sweep their three-game weekend series.

MARYLAND GYMNASTICS:

The Maryland gymnastics team posted its best score of the season in a 195.525 to 194.975 victory over West Virginia Sunday afternoon at Comcast Center. The Terps (11-7, 6-6 EAGL) celebrated their last regular season meet on Senior Day as they clinched a perfect record at home for the 2014 season.

PFEIFFER WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

The No. 14 Pfeiffer women's lacrosse team (5-2) dropped a non-conference matchup to No. 13 New Haven (5-0), 10-8, at Anne Arundel Community College.

VIRGINIA MEN'S LACROSSE:

The No. 7 Cavaliers (6-2, 1-1 ACC) could not overcome a 9-3 run by No. 11 Notre Dame (3-2, 2-0 ACC) in the fourth quarter, falling to the Fighting Irish, 18-9.

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