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College Roundup: AACS grad Perry receives honor for McDaniel

MCDANIEL MEN'S BASKETBALL:

Three members of the McDaniel men's basketball team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference team. Wesley Brooks, Andrew Merlo and Phillip Perry (Annapolis Area Christian) were tabbed honorable mention. Seventh-year head coach Kevin Curley was also named the conference's Coach of the Year.

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Perry, a junior guard, leads the team in scoring at 9.0 points per game. He ranks second on the team in assists (24) and third in assists (47).

MARYLAND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL:

Senior Alyssa Thomas of the fifth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team was named Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year for the third consecutive year. Thomas led the Terrapins (24-5) in scoring with 18.7 point per game and in rebounding with 10.8 rebounds per game and averaged 4.3 assists per game.

NAVY WATER POLO:

Highlighted by Tyler Barker's 4.00 GPA, the Navy water polo team placed five student-athletes on the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches All-Academic teams.

Barker (4.00, Honors Systems Engineering) led Navy as a member of the Outstanding ranks. He is one of only 14 CWPA Division I players named to the Outstanding team. This is Barker's third top honor in three years as a Mid.

Three of Barker's teammates earned honors amongst the Superior ranks: Sean McDonald (3.67, American Politics and Law), Taylor Setness (3.47, International Relations) and Vikram Kanth (3.42, Computer Engineering). McDonald and Kanth are three-time honorees, while Setness collects his first ACWPC award.

Matt Newby (3.32, Information Technology) rounds out Navy's group of high academic achievers with a spot on the Excellent squad. This is the junior's third time on the All-Academic team.

MICHIGAN WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

The Wolverines could not overcome a 6-0 Jacksonville run at the start of the second half, eventually falling to the host Dolphins, 15-7.

NOTRE DAME WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Senior Lauren Sullivan came up with the biggest goal of her career with 1:16 left to go in regulation, breaking a tie and lifting the No. 13/10 Fighting Irish to a 9-8 upset win over No. 4 Northwestern.

WAGNER WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Sophomore midfielder Stephanie Peterson poured in a career-high five goals to power Wagner to a 14-7 victory over Manhattan.

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MARYMOUNT MEN'S LACROSSE:

The Saints remained undefeated with an 8-6 victory over visiting Gwynedd-Mercy.

Nico Burns led the Saints (4-0) with three goals for a hat-trick while Matt Justice, Garrett Nealon, Jimmy Wendell, Chad Niergarth and Connor Kellogg each added one. Justice paced the Blue and White with a pair of assists with Nealon, Niergart and Wendell each chipping in another.

MARYMOUNT WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

The Saints dropped their first game of the season with a 19-10 setback at Randolph-Macon.

Taylor Johnson and Courtney Oehl both led the Saints (2-1) with three goals each.

YORK MEN'S LACROSSE:

The 18th ranked York College men's lacrosse team ground out a 9-5 non-conference win at Scranton.

James Anderson (Annapolis Area Christian) played the final 4:43 in goal and allowed one goal.

TOWSON WOMEN'S BASKETBALL:

Drexel University opened the game on a 17-9 run and went on to defeat the Tigers , 82-40in the regular season finale for both teams. The Tigers will be the sixth seed for the upcoming Colonial Athletic Association Tournament.

FROSTBURG STATE MEN'S LACROSSE:

Frostburg used an 11-goal second quarter to propel itself to 4-0 on the season with a 24-3 victory over Washington & Jefferson. The 24 goals match a pair of 24-goal outings from a year ago and the Bobcats are outscoring their opponents 56-12 this spring.

Senior Ryan Serio (Chesapeake) scored five goals for FSU

FROSTBURG STATE WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Shenandoah opened a comfortable first-half lead en route to a 14-9 victory over the Bobcats.

SALISBURY MEN'S TENNIS:

The Sea Gulls picked up their first win with a 9-0 sweep of Hampden-Sydney College.

MARYLAND WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

A total of 13 players scored at least one goal as the No. 2 Terps trumped William & Mary, 19-3.

Kelly McPartland led the Terps (7-0) with four goals and one assist. Taylor Cummings, Zoe Stukenberg and Jen Mendez added two goals each while Halle Majorana, Taylor Salandra, Erin Collins, Bryn Boucher, Theo Kwas, Kristen Lamon (St. Mary's), Mattie Meredith, Bairre Reilly and Caroline Wannen all chipped in with one tally to keep Maryland perfect in 2014.

GEORGETOWN WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

The No. 14/16 Hoyas defeated No. 6 Duke, 11-10. Junior attacker Caroline Tarzian scored the game winner with five seconds remaining to improve the Blue & Gray to 3-1.

MCDANIEL MEN'S LACROSSE:

McDaniel scored a single man-up goal in the third quarter to take a 6-4 lead en route to a 7-6 victory over Goucher in non-conference men's lacrosse.

Zach Monzo led the Green Terror (1-3) to its first win of the season with two goals.

JOHNS HOPKINS WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Sophomore Dene' DiMartino scored all three of her goals in the second half as 17th-ranked Blue Jays defeated visiting 11th-ranked Towson, 12-8, at Homewood Field. The Blue Jays (6-0) ran their season-opening win streak to six, while handing the Tigers (2-2) their second straight loss.

MCDANIEL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

: McDaniel outscored Delaware Valley 45-26 in the second half to rally for a 73-58 victory in the first round of the 2014 ECAC South women's basketball tournament .

UMBC WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Amber Kovalick (South River) scored the first goal of her college career to help the Retrievers in a 16-6 loss to High Point.

ST. MARY'S MEN'S LACROSSE:

Junior midfielder Matt Tarrant and sophomore attackman Conor Jordan each tallied four points as the No. 13 Seahawks dropped a 12-9 decision at No. 7 Washington College. Stew D'Ambrogi (Severn) had two assists for the Seahawks and Cody Tidwell (South River) had six groundballs.

BELMONT ABBEY MEN'S LACROSSE:

Scotty Steele (Severna Park) had a goal and five groundballs as the Abbey snapped a three-game losing streak with an easy 13-3 win over Brevard.

SHEPHERD WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Kayla Dalzell had a game-high four goals to lead Shippensburg to a 14-11 win over Shepherd. Hunter Morris (Severn) and Theresa Lang (Archbishop Spalding) both scored for Shepherd.

RICHMOND WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Haley Ross (Arundel) had a goal and an assist and Richmond put together seven-straight goals and ran away with a 9-5 victory at Old Dominion.

YORK WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

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The Spartans dropped a 9-3 decision to No. 5 Franklin & Marshall in a battle of top ten teams. Sarah Castle (Annapolis Area Christian) and Erica Mulford (Crownsville/Seton Keough) had goals for York.

GOUCHER WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Stefi Perry had four goals and Erin Reifsnyder added three goals and five assists to lead Goucher to an 18-6 victory over previously unbeaten Berry.

BROWN MEN'S LACROSSE:

Senior attackman Sam Hurster scored a career-high six goals to lead Brown to a 12-7 win over Hartford.

LEMOYNE WOMEN'S LACROSSE:

Reigning national player of the year Jackie Sileo recorded five points to lead top-ranked LIU Post to a 13-5 win over the fourth-ranked Le Moyne.

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