Digest: Navy rallies past Michigan in women's lacrosse; No. 4 Florida edges Loyola

Trailing by four midway through the second half, the No. 9 Navy women's lacrosse team scored eight of the final 11 goals to beat host Michigan, 11-10, on Sunday. Jenna Collins (River Hill) scored a free-position goal with just under two minutes remaining to give the Mids an 11-10 lead. Kelly Larkin finished with four goals and one assist, and Collins had a hat trick — her third in as many games — for Navy.

More state women: Shayna Pirreca scored just under one minute into overtime to lift No. 4 Florida over visiting Loyola Maryland, 17-16. Livy Rosenzweig's free-position goal with 2:27 to play in regulation gave the Greyhounds (0-2) a 16-14 lead, but the Gators (2-1) answered with a free-position goal at 1:56. Florida then picked off an errant pass on Loyola's clear attempt, and Madisyn Kittell scored with 1:12 remaining to send the game into overtime. Frankie Kamely finished with four goals for the Greyhounds.


Nation women: Courtney Murphy had six goals and one assist and Kylie Ohlmiller added four goals to help host No. 2 Stony Brook (3-0) cruise to a 16-3 win over No. 20 Denver (3-1). ... No. 13 Northwestern (4-1) closed the game on a 5-0 run to secure a 9-5 victory over No. 7 Southern California (2-2). ... No. 17 Notre Dame (3-2) overcame a 7-3 halftime deficit to earn an 11-9 victory over visiting Elon (0-3).

Division III men: Peter Pitroff scored with eight seconds left to lift fourth-ranked Denison (2-0) to an 11-10 victory over No. 15 Stevenson (0-1). Jacob Tatum had four goals in his Mustangs debut.


Nation men:Trevor Baptiste went 22-for-22 on faceoffs with 13 ground balls and No. 4 Denver had 11 goal scorers to run past visiting Cleveland State , 17-8. Baptiste's 22 faceoff wins against the Vikings (1-5) are the second most without a loss in Division I history. ... Tre Leclaire scored the tying goal with 1.8 seconds left in regulation and the winner in overtime to lift No. 5 Ohio State (4-0) to a 12-11 win over host Jacksonville (2-3).

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Trainer Trimble wins with first career starter at Laurel

Peter Blum's filly Oh My held off a late challenge to capture the fourth race at Laurel Park and give trainer Brittany Trimble her first career victory. It was the first career starter for Trimble, 28, a former amateur rider and finacee of Laurel-based jockey Sheldon Russell . Oh My ($11.40) broke running in the $40,000 maiden special weight for females 3 and up. ... Apprentice jockey Wes Hamilton, youngest son of Laurel regular Steve "Cowboy" Hamilton, opened Sunday's card with three straight victories. Hamilton, 19, swept the early double with Summer Run ($8.60) in the first and Big Bad Ben ($7) in the second, and won with 3-5 favorite Fly and Flutter ($3.20) in the third. ... The 20-cent Rainbow 6 went unsolved, growing the jackpot carryover to $20,931.91 for the return of racing Friday at 12:30 p.m.

Major League Soccer: D.C. United capped their preseason Saturday night with a 4-2 away victory over the second-division Las Vegas Lights before 7,158 at Cashman Field. Yamil Asad scored late in the first half, Darren Mattocks got his third goal of training camp early in the second half, and substitutes Ian Harkes and Luciano Acosta added late strikes as United won their third straight. Freddy Adu , who 14 years ago launched his career with D.C., played most of the second half in his Las Vegas debut. He assisted on the Lights' second goal.

— Steven Goff, The Washington Post

Women's college basketball: UMBC shot 51 percent from the field to cruise to a 61-39 victory over host UMass-Lowell (4-25, 1-15 America East ) in the regular-season finale for both teams. Laura Castaldo had 13 points and Brittani Burgess added 12 for the Retreivers (4-25, 3-13). ... Drexel (22-6, 14-2 Colonial Athletic Association) surged past host Towson in the fourth quarter for a 62-54 victory. . Mary Cuevas finished with 14 points and 14 rebounds for the Tigers (9-18, 4-12).

Men's college basketball: Third-seeded Navy (20-11) will host Holy Cross (11-18) in the quarterfinals of the Patriot League tournament Thursday at 7 p.m.