NAVY MEN'S TRACK:
Navy men's track tallied 78.75 team points to finish second in the 23-team field at the George Mason Invitational Saturday. The Mids recorded 10 IC4A performances and three top-two finishes.
Navy finished 13.25 points behind UMBC (92) for first of 23 teams. Penn (77) and LIU-Brooklyn (76) were 1.75 and 2.75 points behind Navy to finish third and fourth, respectively. Cornell rounded out the top five with 65.75 team points.
Navy's hammer and discus thowers combined for two top-two finishes and five IC4A-qualifying performances. Senior Zack Duncavage led the Mids with a second-place finish in the discus (167-0; 50.90m) and a third-place finish in the hammer (182-2; 55.52m).
Senior Kyle Fortney placed second in the hammer throw with an IC4A-qualifying throw of 187-2 (57.06m). Thomas Buffone and Derrick Petett placed right behind Duncavage in the hammer with marks of 181-7 (55.36m) and 178-6 (54.4m), respectively.Mark Vetere placed third in the pole vault with an IC4A-qualifying mark of 15-9 (4.8m). Freshman Michael Brunoforte finished 6 inches off of Vetere's mark (15-3; 4.65m) for fourth place.
NAVY WOMEN'S TRACK:
Navy women's track and field team finished second of 20 teams at the George Mason Invitational Saturday. Mids tally three ECAC-qualifying marks and 11 top-ten performances.
Navy finished 6.50 points off first-place Columbia (80). Patriot League foe Boston University (66) placed third behind Navy. West Virginia (59) and Georgetown (55) rounded out the top five.
The Mids' discus throwers recorded three top-four finishes, which was led by senior Teronda Brown with a second-place finish of 151-2 (ECAC). Seniors Lauren Allam and Maress Guynn finished right behind Brown with marks of 150-0 (ECAC) and 148-7 (ECAC), respectively.
Guynn placed first in the hammer throw with a mark of 164-0 (50.00m). Brown finished sixth with a throw of 154-4 (47.04m). Brown also finished second in the shot put with a mark of 43-6.5 (13.27m).
Senior Veronica Ffrench placed sixth in the high jump with a mark of 5-5 (1.65m). Junior Amanda Graham recorded a sixth-place finish in the pole vault with a mark of 11-7.75 (3.55m). Freshman Ashley Krulick finished sixth in the 3000m steeplechase with a time of 11:47.41.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE ROWING:
The eighth-ranked Washington College women's rowing team won the Division III varsity eight over its chief competitor for the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference championship, ninth-ranked Marietta, and finished second to Marietta in the Division III second varsity eight at the Knecht Cup held in Mercer, N.J.
In the Division III varsity eight, the Shorewomen's varsity eight won its heat by a wide margin in 7:08.95. Susquehanna was second in 7:45.50, Bryn Mawr third in 7:48.49, and North Park fourth in 8:20.53.
Senior Ellie Hilton (Severna Park) was in the three seat of the Shorewomen's first varsity eight.
FROSTBURG WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Senior Megan White posted four goals and freshman Megan Hart dished out four assists to pace the Bobcats in a 12-8 win over Wesley.
Emily Walker (Severna Park) added a goal for the Bobcats
The Terps scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to rally past Boston College, 4-2, in the final game of a three-game series.
Corey Schwartz, who finished 2-for-3, tied the game in the seventh with an RBI double, before Erin Pronobis singled through the right side for the go-ahead run.
GEORGETOWN WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Senior attacker Jody Cumberpatch (Annapolis) scored a goal as the Hoyas (6-7, 3-1 Big East) had a big first half to down Rutgers, 15-10.
Senior Brendan Lemp and junior Bart George (Broadneck) each carded a 2-under 70 through the final round of the River Landing Intercollegiate to help the Greyhounds to a seventh-place finish.
George and Lemp finished tied for 11th overall with matching 2-over 218 (75-73-70) scores.
LEHIGH WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
The Mountain Hawks scored seven straight goals in the second on their way to a 10-6 win over American.
Olivia Yarbrough went 2 for 4 with a run scored, and the TigersTowson University softball team used a big first inning to defeat Delaware (19-19, 5-6 CAA), 3-1, in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play at the Tiger Softball Complex on Sunday afternoon.
With the win, Towson (20-17) improved to 2-4 in the CAA and earned a series victory over the Blue Hens after splitting two games on Saturday.
LONGWOOD WOMEN'S LACROSSE: F
ormer Anne Arundel Community College standout Cloey Henchcliffe notched a season-high four points as Campbell fell 16-8 to Longwood.
Goalkeeper Brittany Kincer (Glen Burnie) tallied five saves and 14 goals against in 41 minutes.
For Longwood, junior Sarah Arndt (Archbishop Spalding) recorded a goal and three assists.
MARYLAND WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Brooke Griffin (South River) netted five goals to lift the No. 2 Terps to a 13-8 victory against No. 18 Virginia
DELAWARE WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
A balanced scoring attack led the Blue Hens to their first berth into the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament since 2009 with a 14-8 victory over William & Mary.
RICHMOND WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
A flourish of five goals to close out the first half was enough to propel the Spiders to a 13-6 Atlantic 10 Conference win over visiting George Washington.
Hayley Ross (Arundel) had two goals and an assist, and Emily Castle (Annapolis) scored twice for the Spiders.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE BASEBALL:
Host St. Mary's (Md.) scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth to turn a 5-3 deficit into an 8-5 lead en route to a 9-5 victory over visiting Washington College at the Hawk's Nest on Sunday afternoon in a non-conference baseball game between the two Maryland colleges.
ST. JOSEPH'S WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
The Hawks fell to Duquesne, 10-8, in Atlantic 10 action.
LIMESTONE WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Freshman attack Jaylen Schulte (South River) had a career-high four goals and five points as No. 3 Limestone (14-0, 6-0 CC) blasted Converse, 22-1 in a Division II game to claim the 2014 Conference Carolinas Regular Season Championship outright. The win completes an undefeated league season for the Saints and gives them their 10th straight title.
TOWSON WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Redshirt senior attacker Ashleigh Rohrback scored the game-winning goal 1:31 into double overtime to lift the Tigers to a 12-11 win over James Madison.
Junior Kelsea Donnelly (South River) made 12 saves to earn the win in goal for the Tigers. Paige Duncan (Broadneck) scored a goal for Towson.
SALISBURY WOMEN'S TENNIS:
The Sea Gulls top doubles team of sophomore Natalie Savage and junior Roxanne Alban (Annapolis) won 7-3 to help Salisbury defeat St. Mary's, 8-1.
The Bobcats will take a four-game winning streak into the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament after a 14-3 win over Catholic.
Freshman Ryan Callahan (Severna Park) pitched seven strong innings to earn the win. Callahan (2-1) allowed three runs -- two earned -- on three hits with three strikeouts. Kevin Kean (Old Mill) had three hits, scored two runs and drove in another for the Bobcats.
JOHNS HOPKINS WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Sophomore Dene' DiMartino scored a career-best and game-high five goals to lead the 13th-ranked Blue Jays to a 12-11 double overtime win at fifth-ranked Northwestern. The Blue Jays improved to 11-2. The Wildcats (9-4) had their five-game win streak snapped. The win is Hopkins' first in Evanston, ending a five-game winless streak at NU.
NAVY WOMEN'S TENNIS:
The Mids (20-7, 5-1 PL) earned their 100th win in program history with a 7-0 sweep of Loyola (7-5-1, 1-3 PL) Navy also honored its two graduating seniors, Darien Sears and Erin Snook. Head coach Keith Puryear has led Navy to an overall record of 100-29 in its fifth season of intercollegiate varsity play. Navy also reached the 20-win plateau for the fourth straight season.
The No. 1 Sea Gulls closed the Capital Athletic Conference regular season with a doubleheader sweep at Frostburg State, 11-3 and 10-1, to earn a tie for the regular-season CAC title with Christopher Newport University.
SALISBURY WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
The No. 1 Sea Gulls took down Capital Athletic Conference-foe St. Mary's College of Maryland, 11-3, to clinch the top seed in the conference tournament.
Shannon Carta (South River) had two goals and an assist for Salisbury.
Sophomore catcher Josh Treff hit a bases-loaded single with two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning as Northeastern University (15-18, 4-5) pulled out a 3-2 victory in 10 innings over Towsony (16-15, 1-5).
WAGNER WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Freshman Olivia Streilein slammed home the go-ahead goal with 2:12 left to play to cap a late 2-0 Wagner run as the Seahawks posted their third straight victory, a 10-9 comeback win at Sacred Heart.
NAVY MEN'S GOLF:
Led by junior August Jonas' even par 71 in the final round, the Mids placed 13th at the 54-hole Princeton Invitational played at the Springdale Golf Club. The Midshipmen came into the final round in 13th place with a 24-over par 592 and shot a 302 over the final 18 holes to post a three-round mark of 894 (+42).
While Jonas carded the Mids' low round on Sunday, senior Drew Selby was the team's low scorer for the tournament with an 8-over par 221. Selby came into the final round tied for 20th with a 2-over par 142, but his 6-over par 77 in the final round dropped him to 35th in the final standings.
Jonas shot his best round of the tournament on Sunday and jumped from 53rd to 38th in the final standings with a 9-over par 222 (77-74-71).
NAVY WOMEN'S GOLF:
Sophomore Renata Bucher is in first place after the first two rounds of the Navy Spring Classic at the Naval Academy Golf Club. Bucher will aim to hold on to her lead on Monday as the tournament concludes with 18 more holes.
Fairfield is in first place after the first day with an overall score of 688 and Navy shot a 699 (348-351) to sit in a tie for second place with Monmouth. St. Francis Brooklyn is in fourth place with a two-round total of 748.
Bucher shot a career-best opening round of 77 (+5) and followed with an 82 (+10) in the second round to lead the overall field with a 159. Bucher is currently eight strokes ahead of Fairfield's Emma Ritzman (167) and Monmouth's Michelle Rosenhouse (167), who are tied for second place.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE MEN'S SAILING:
At the Thompson Trophy, sophomore skipper Eric Siegel and sophomore crew Alex Crawford (Severna Park) placed 16th in B Division.
Virginia Tech scored three times in the bottom of the seventh to break a 3-3 tie and defeat Maryland in the series finale 6-4.
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