xml:space="preserve">

Junior guard Dominique Johnson scored a game-high 27 points to lead a balanced attack for the Towson women's basketball team in a 72-64 victory over host Northeastern on Sunday. Six of the eight Tigers who played scored at least six points. Senior guard Ciara Webb (Patterson) hit an early 3-pointer to jump-start a 14-4 run by the Tigers (10-14, 6-6 Colonial Athletic Association), who took a 23-13 lead with 10:04 to play in the first half. Back-to-back 3-pointers by freshman guards Shanea Butler and Breonn Hughey gave Towson a 38-23 lead near the end of the first half, Towson's largest lead of the game. Towson shot 44.4 percent from the field overall; the Huskies (4-18, 1-11 CAA) shot 40 percent. The Tigers scored 27 points off 19 Northeastern turnovers. Johnson added five steals, four rebounds and three assists.

Varsity football: Kareem Felder, an All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association defensive back last season at St. Frances, committed orally to Virginia Tech on Saturday, according to multiple reports. Felder, a 5-foot-11, 163-pound junior, is rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com. He also played wide receiver for the Panthers last season. "Maybe I can be someone people pay to see," Felder wrote on Twitter.

Advertisement

Boxing: Amateur Lorenzo "Truck" Simpson of Baltimore won his fifth National Silver Gloves Tournament title Saturday in Independence, Mo. Only Oscar De La Hoya, Dominic Wade and Nico Hernandez have won the championship five times.

Wrestling: Senior Peyton Walsh and junior Michael Woulfe each won individual crowns to lead Navy to a third-place finish at the All-Academy Championship at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Seven of the Midshipmen's 10 wrestlers placed among the top three, while two others placed fourth. … Senior Spencer Myers punctuated his Maryland home career with a win, but the Terps lost to No. 3 Minnesota, 34-12. Maryland fell to 5-14 overall and 0-8 in Big Ten Conference play, while the Golden Gophers improved to 11-2, 7-2.

Gymnastics: Maryland set an attendance record Saturday, with an announced 2,207 showing up for the Terps' 197.125-194.575 loss to No. 5 Michigan.

Recommended on Baltimore Sun

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement