SALISBURY TRACK & FIELD:
Sophomore Ian Wood (Arundel) finished 10th in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:57.18 on Saturday night at the Columbia Indoor Last Chance Meet in New York City.
Florida State starter Mike Compton held the Terps to two hits over nine shutout innings as the second-ranked Seminoles defeated Maryland, 7-0, in the series finale at Dick Howser Stadium.
SHEPHERD WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Sophomore attacker Hunter Morris (Severn) had two goals and an assist in the Rams' 13-7 win over Tiffin University. Sophomore midfielder/attacker Theresa Lang (Archbishop Spalding) contributed an assist.
HOOD MEN'S BASKETBALL:
Cameron Cook set Hood's all-time scoring record and fellow senior Justin Bowens led the Blazers in scoring, but Juniata shot its way to an 82-67 win in the ECAC Southwest Championship.
The Retrievers split a doubleheader with UMES to take three-of-four in the weekend series at Hawks Field. The Retrievers fell in game one, 4-3, but came back in game two to defeat the Hawks, 3-2
Danielle O'Neal (Southern) had a hit and Jordan Sganga (South River) scored a run in each game for UMBC.
The No. 3 Salisbury University softball team earned a doubleheader sweep of Lynchburg College, completing a 6-0 weekend at the SU Softball Field.
MARYMOUNT WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
The Saints dropped a 14-6 non-conference decision on the road at Shenandoah.
Senior outfielder Maureen Hepner hit two home runs and had five RBIs in leading the Tigers to a 9-6 victory over Radford as part of a doubleheader that also included Elon.
In the Tigers' second game of the day, they fell to Elon, 3-2 in eight innings.
LIMESTONE MEN'S LACROSSE:
No. 5 Limestone (5-1, 0-0 CC) staved off a furious comeback to hang on for an 8-7 victory over No. 8 Merrimack (2-1, 2-0 NE-10) in a Division II game. The victory for head coach J.B. Clarke was his the 200th of his career with a 200-75 overall record.
Senior midfielder Joshua Williams (St. Mary's) had a goal and two groundballs, while junior defender Peter Papaleonti (Annapolis) had three caused turnovers for the Saints.
SALISBURY MEN'S LACROSSE:
The No. 5 Sea Gulls grabbed a neutral-site win at Landon School, 13-7, over Ohio Wesleyan University.
Senior midfielder Greg Korvin (Arundel) had a goal and three assists, and Rhett DePol (St. Mary's) had a goal and an assist for Salisbury
ST. MARY'S COLLEGE WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Sophomore captain Tori Poffenberger scored a career-best seven goals in leading the Seahawks to an 18-10 non-conference win over Randolph-Macon College.
Sarah Harnish (Annapolis) and Meg Genser (Severn) each scored a goal while Amy Lawrence (Archbishop Spalding) had two assists for the Seahawks.
GEORGETOWN WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
The No. 14/16 Hoyas led by as many as six goals in the second half, but No. 19 Stanford (5-1) rallied, scoring six unanswered tallies to send the game to overtime, before the Hoyas allowed the game-winner midway through the second overtime in an 11-10 loss.
Jody Cumberpatch (Annapolis) scored a goal for the Hoyas (3-2).
SAINT JOSEPH'S MEN'S LACROSSE:
The Saint Joseph's men's lacrosse team downed Robert Morris, 11-8, in Northeast Conference action.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE BASEBALL:
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Sophomore pitcher Dan Jarrell matched his career-high with six strikeouts in earning the victory for the host Shoremen in a 3-1 win over visiting Mount Saint Vincent. The Shoremen improved to 2-2.