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.

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MARYLAND BASEBALL:

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.

UMBC SOFTBALL:

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.

SALISBURY SOFTBALL:

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.

TOWSON SOFTBALL:

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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:

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.

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