Towson sophomore outfielder Kendyl Scott was one of 16 players named to the British national softball team. Scott, a native of La Quinta, Calif., was granted dual citizenship earlier this year; her father, Peter, is British. The team will attempt to qualify for the 2020 Olympics in Japan, when softball returns to the Games. "I was in awe," Scott said. "I am super blessed to have such an amazing opportunity in front of me. To play the game I love at the next level gives me goose bumps." The team will play in the Women's Softball World Championship in Surrey, Canada, on July 14, where a record 31 nations will compete.

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More softball: Salisbury freshman Brooke Mizelle was named Capital Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week. … Towson sophomore shortstop Brook Miko was named Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week. … Salisbury freshman Brooke Mizelle was honored as Capital Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week.

Men's basketball: Saint Joseph's senior forward Isaiah Miles (Milford Mill) was named to the Portsmouth Invitational All-Tournament team. Miles, who played for Cherry Bakaert, averaged 19 points in three games. … Garrett College sophomore guard Rze Culbreath was named a third-team National Junior College Athletic Association All-American.

Women's basketball: Chesapeake College freshman guard Janice Ladson and sophomore guard La'Shyra Williams were named to the NJCAA All-America third team.

Men's lacrosse: Duke senior midfielder Deemer Class (Loyola Blakefield) was named Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Week. … UMBC freshman attackman Jack Andrews (St. Mary's) was selected as America East Conference Rookie of the Week. … Denver junior attackman Connor Cannizzarro, a transfer from Maryland, received Big East Conference honorable mention. … Salisbury junior goalkeeper Colin Reymann (Mount Saint Joseph) was recognized as CAC Defensive Player of the Week. … Salisbury was ranked No. 1 in the nation by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association coaches' poll and the Laxmagazine.com rankings.

Women's lacrosse: Courtney Tarleton caused a program-record six turnovers and No. 4 Southern California (15-0) earned a 5-4 win over No. 10 Notre Dame (11-5). … UMBC junior attacker Sam Nolan (Fallston) was named America East Offensive Player of the Week. … Towson sophomore midfielder Kaitlyn Montalbano was honored as CAA Player of the Week, freshman goalkeeper Angie Benson as Defender of the Week and freshman midfielder Natalie Sulmonte as Rookie of the Week. … Loyola Maryland junior Emily Clark was named Patriot League Midfielder of the Week. Navy sophomore goalkeeper Ingrid Boyum was named Defensive Player of the Week, and junior attacker Morgan Young (Towson High) received honorable mention. … Salisbury moved up to No. 3 in the nation in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association poll and remains No. 4 in the Laxmagazine.com rankings.

Men's track and field: Navy freshman Kordell Williams was named Patriot League Rookie of the Week.

Baseball: Navy freshman pitcher Noah Song received Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors. Midshipmen senior pitcher Luke Gillingham and junior catcher Adrian Chinnery received honorable mention.

Women's tennis: Navy sophomore Amanda Keller was named Patriot League Player of the Week.

NFL

Ravens officially sign RB Richardson

The Ravens finalized several deals Monday with players before the start of the offseason workout program. Free-agent running back Trent Richardson, who has had an unofficial agreement with the team since last month, officially signed his contract in time to take part in today's workout. Richardson, 25, has been out of the NFL since he was released by the Oakland Raiders late in the 2015 preseason. The third overall pick in the 2012 draft by the Cleveland Browns, Richardson rushed for 2,032 yards and 17 touchdowns in parts of three seasons for the Browns and Indianapolis Colts. Along with wide receiver Kamar Aiken signing his $2.55 million restricted-free-agent tender, the Ravens signed exclusive-rights free-agent wide receivers Jeremy Butler and Kaelin Clay and offensive lineman Ryan Jensen.

—Jeff Zrebiec

More NFL: The Washington Redskins announced they signed offensive lineman Cody Booth. Booth has been in the NFL since 2014 but hasn't appeared in a game. Listed at 6 feet 4 and 292 pounds, Booth entered the league as an undrafted rookie free agent with the Chicago Bears. (Master Tesfatsion, The Washington Post) … The Arizona Cardinals released former Ravens defensive tackle Cory Redding. The 34-year-old lineman had a career-low five tackles but recovered two fumbles and had the second interception of his career last season.

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