Ohio Machine attackman Marcus Holman (Gilman) had a game-high six goals and nine points, while Denver Outlaws goalie Jesse Schwartzman (Johns Hopkins, Pikesville) made a game-high 46 saves Saturday night in the Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game. The Gladiators defeated the Cowboys, 27-15, in Houston. Among Chesapeake Bayhawks players, midfielder Matt Abbott had five goals and an assist.
Women's lacrosse: Eight current and former Maryland players were named Sunday to the preliminary 36-player roster for the U.S. national team. Current Terps Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) and Alice Mercer (Century) join recent graduates Megan Douty, Brooke Griffin (South River), Kelly McPartland and Casey Pepperman (McDonogh) and former standouts Alex Aust and Katie Schwarzmann (Century) on the roster. Eighteen players ultimately will represent the United States in the 2017 Federation of International Lacrosse Women's World Cup in Guildford, England.
Major League Soccer: Kaka scored off his own penalty-kick rebound in the 30th minute, giving host Orlando City SC a 1-0 win over Eastern Conference-leading D.C. United (8-5-4). United goalkeeper Bill Hamid made a diving save when Kaka went low and left with his penalty kick, but Hamid blocked it back squarely and was out of position as Kaka headed home the rebound for his seventh goal of the season. Pedro Ribeiro drew the penalty kick for Orlando City (5-5-5) when United defender Taylor Kemp (Maryland) made a careless challenge near the edge of the box.
WNBA: Ivory Latta scored 20 points and Stefanie Dolson added 15 as the Washington Mystics beat the host New York Liberty, 74-59. The Mystics (3-1) bounced back from a 64-61 loss to the Atlanta Dream on Friday and moved ahead of the Liberty (3-2) into a first-place tie with the Connecticut Sun atop the Eastern Conference standings. Kara Lawson scored eight straight points and Taylor Hill added a jumper to cap a 15-2 Mystics run for a 71-50 lead.
Women's college track and field: Morgan State freshman Jailah Mason finished ninth in the high jump in the NCAA outdoor championships Saturday night at Oregon. Mason, the only freshman to qualify for the finals, posted a height of 5 feet, 111/4 inches to earn second-team All-America honors.