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Digest (June 6): Class winners crowned in Annapolis to Newport Race

Skipper Rick Hanson and his crew aboard the J/109 Rosalita weathered a nasty storm on approach to Block Island and strong winds exceeding 20 knots to captured the PHRF 2 class in the Annapolis to Newport Race. Rosalita crossed the finish line off Fort Adams almost three hours later than Shinnecock, but was owed a handicap of 21 seconds per mile by the J/120. Laurent Givry sailed Jeroboam to victory in PHRF 1 class. Orion, owned by Annapolis Yacht Club's Paul Milo, won IRC 2 class. Black Pearl, a Carkeek 47 skippered by Stefan Jentzsch of London, took top honors in IRC 1 and was also overall winner within IRC, which had 15 entries. Black Pearl finished second overall behind the Volvo 70 Warrior and earned a corrected time of 2 days, 18 hours, 45 minutes, 32 seconds. Nanuq, a Sabre 426 owned by Glenn Doncaster, was winner of PHRF 3 — one of the largest classes in the race with 14 boats.

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Maryland grad Swopeleaving Bucknell lacrosse

Randall Swope, who coached the Bucknell women's lacrosse team for eight seasons over two separate stints, announced her resignation Tuesday. Swope's initial two-year turn as Bucknell's head coach came in 2003 and 2004, when she led the Bison to .500 or better records and berths in the Patriot League tournament both years. A standout player at Maryland and as a member of the United States national team, Swope left Bucknell after the 2004 season to focus on her international career while also assuming the role of girls athletic director and varsity lacrosse and soccer coach at The Bullis School in Potomac. After additional stints as an assistant at Stanford and head coach at Sidwell Friends in Washington, Swope returned to Bucknell in 2012. She led the Bison to back-to-back winning seasons in 2016 and this past season.

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Men's college track and field: Navy's Lucas Stalnaker is set to compete in the 10,000-meter run at the NCAA Division I championships tonight at 10:08 at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.

Women's college basketball: Maryland will open play in the World University Games on Aug. 21 against Uganda and play two more pool play games, followed by medal rounds in Taipei, Taiwan. The tournament runs from Aug. 19-30.

Men's college swimming: Johns Hopkins' Andy Greenhalgh, who graduated last month, was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America at-large team.

Patriot League: Navy cross country and track runner Ryan Speir and Loyola Maryland women's lacrosse player Bailey Mathis have been awarded postgraduate scholarships from Bob McCloskey Insurance, a corporate partner of the Patriot League.

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Baseball: The Toronto Blue Jays selected the contract of former Orioles minor league left-handed pitcher Jeff Beliveau from Triple-A Buffalo.

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