The Navy swimming and diving teams concluded Friday's first day of the ECAC Championship in second place in the respective men's and women's standings. The Navy men scored 170 points and trail first-place Marist by just six points, while the Navy women accrued 161 points and trail Pittsburgh by 44 points.


The meet is being contested in Navy's Lejeune Hall and runs through Sunday.


The Bobcats remained undefeated by holding off a late rally from Pitt-Greensburg to capture the opening game of the Bobcat Invitational, 7-5.

Zach Weiss (Chesapeake) had two hits and scored a run, Rob Jennings (Meade) had a double and an RBI, and Kevin Kean (Old Mill) had a hit for the Bobcats.


The Terps opened the Citrus Classic with a pair of losses as they fell to Nebraska-Omaha and Radford in Kissimmee, Fla.


Junior righthander Chris Acker teamed up with sophomore right-hander Garrett Walther and senior right-hander Brandon Gonnella to pitch a two-hitter as the Tigers edged Army, 3-1, in the opening round of the Campbell University Classic at Jim Perry Stadium.

Acker pitched five innings, allowing one hit. He walked five and struck out two.


Junior goalkeeper Kelsea Donnelly (South River) was named to the Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List released on Thursday night. The watch list consists of the top 50 women's players in the nation across all three divisions.

The Tewaaraton Trophy will be presented to the top women's and men's lacrosse player in the game in May.

This season, Donnelly has come up big in net for the Tigers making 22 saves, including a career-high 14 stops in the upset win over Georgetown. She enters play this week with a 7.81 goals against average and a .595 save percentage.

Last year in her first full season as a starter, Donnelly started all 19 games and led the Tigers to a CAA Championship and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. She earned second team All-CAA honors and a spot on the CAA All-Tournament team. Donnelly ranked among the top 20 in the nation for goals against average and save percentage and finished the year with a 8.45 goals against average and a .459 save percentage.



The Tigers men remained in third place after the third day of the Colonial Athletic Association Championships, which concluded Friday night at Eppley Recreation Center on the campus of the University of Maryland.

Towson has 348.50 points, trailing UNCW (473.50) and William & Mary (499.50).

Tigers Jon Burr, Matt McKenney (Severna Park) and Sawyer Martin all made the finals of different events for Towson.

McKenney earned an eighth-place finish in the 100-yard butterfly.

McKenney, Matt Brinton, Jeremy Liu and Zach Brech were part of a school record in the 400-yard medley as they produced a time of 3:18.35, breaking the previous mark of 3:21.02 in 2004.

Meanwhile, Towson's women's team is in first place.

The Tigers have 583 points, leading James Madison's 494. William & Mary, UNCW and Delaware round out the top five.


A Connor McIntyre layup with 1:37 to go put Johns Hopkins up 49-48 and the Blue Jays would hold on to defeat Franklin & Marshall, 50-48, in the semifinals of the Centennial Conference Tournament Friday night at Dickinson.


The Maryland gymnastics team finished third in a quad-meet at NC State on Friday night. The Terps posted a 194.775, which is the team's highest score on the road and third-best overall this season.

Maryland (8-5, 4-4 EAGL) defeated William & Mary. Host NC State won the meet with Pittsburgh close behind finishing second.