Maryland men's lacrosse coach Dave Cottle confirmed yesterday that freshman attackman Travis Reed will not play in the No. 6 Terps' game at No. 12 Johns Hopkins on Saturday.
Reed, the team's leading goal scorer, was suspended for Friday's loss to No. 8 Navy after he was charged with driving a motorized scooter under the influence and possession of marijuana after being stopped by police early Wednesday morning.
The Diamondback, the university newspaper, first reported the charges and said that Reed was searched Thursday. However, Cottle said Reed was stopped Wednesday.
Reed, a Cockeysville native and Boys' Latin graduate who had 18 goals and five assists in nine games, apologized for his actions.
"I made a mistake and I am sorry I let my teammates, coaches and fans of the Maryland men's lacrosse program down," Reed said in a written statement released by the university yesterday. " ... I am working hard to make sure I never put myself in a situation to make a mistake like that again."
Paralympics -- Loyola freshman swimmer Phil Scholz has been named a member of the U.S. team that will compete at the Paralympic Games in Beijing this summer. Scholz earned his spot with a phenomenal performance at the U.S. Paralympic trials over the weekend. Scholz won gold in all four of his events and will compete in the 50 freestyle, 100 free, 400 free and 100 fly. Baltimore swimmer Jessica Long also made the team.
Soccer -- The U.S. women defeated host Mexico, 3-1, to move within a win of a spot in the Beijing Olympics.
College basketball -- Texas assistant Ken McDonald will take over as coach at Western Kentucky.