Maryland and Loyola Maryland had a combined 11 players honored as All-Regional players by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association. Junior Taylor Cummings (McDonogh), senior Megan Douty, senior Brooke Griffin (South River), junior Alice Mercer (Century) and freshman Megan Whittle (McDonogh) represented the Terps on the first team of the South Region, while Zoe Stukenberg (Marriotts Ridge) made the second team. The Greyhounds' first-team Mid-Atlantic players were junior Maddy Lesher, senior Annie Thomas, senior Taryn VanThof and junior Molly Wolf. Senior Hannah Schmitt made the second team. Among Division III teams, St. Mary's junior Shelby Newman (Manchester Valley) was named first-team All-Chesapeake Region by the IWLCA, while senior Christy Bishop (Glenelg) received second-team honors. McDaniel senior Danielle Entrot (Centennial) also was honored as a first-team All-Chesapeake Region selection.
Men's college basketball: Coppin State assistant coach Elwyn McRoy was promoted to associate head coach.
Women's college basketball: Eleanor Roosevelt junior guard Kaila Charles tweeted that she had committed orally to Maryland. Charles also said she had offers from several Atlantic Coast Conference schools.
College baseball: Navy closed out its Patriot League tournament semifinal series against visiting Lafayette (14-27-1) with an 8-0 victory in Game 3 on Sunday. Sophomore George Coughlin pitched a three-hitter to lead the Midshipmen (36-18) into the Patriot League tournament finals and a best-of-three matchup against visiting Lehigh, starting Saturday. … UMBC freshman Jamie Switalski earned America East Conference Rookie of the Week honors. … Sophomore A.J. Gallo hit a pair of home runs and drove in four runs to lead visiting Towson (16-33-2) to a 10-2 victory Monday over Mount St. Mary's (11-28) in the Tigers' regular-season nonconference finale. … Coppin State sophomore Bryant Miranda was named second-team All-MEAC. … Johns Hopkins and Salisbury are the third- and fourth-seeded teams in the Mid-Atlantic Regional of the NCAA Division III tournament, respectively. The Blue Jays will play sixth-seeded Misericordia in their opening-round game Wednesday, while the Sea Gulls will face fifth-seeded Mitchell. The site for the regional is Santander Stadium in York, Pa.
College golf: Towson sophomore John Hulede on Sunday finished tied for seventh among 41 golfers competing in the Men's Individual Invitational at the 29th PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship, held at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Pro football: Former Morgan State linebacker Cody Acker, a first-team All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference selection last season, signed a contract with the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League last week. The 6-foot, 235-pound Acker had a career-high 113 tackles in 2014.
Youth golf: Towson's Charlotte Simpson, 15, won the International Junior Golf Academy Junior Open at Hershey Country Club this past weekend, the first title of her IJGA career. "It was awesome to come out here for my fourth tournament and get a win," she said after posting a 164 over the two-day event. "I'm very excited." Simpson, a sophomore at Bryn Mawr, finished second at the Major Championship at Bulle Rock, held at Bulle Rock Golf Course in Havre De Grace, on April 25-26. Timonium's Jack Halleron finished second in the Junior Open's 14-and-under boys division.