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No. 25 Georgetown edges No. 11 Maryland, 2-1, in men's soccer

The No. 11 Maryland men's soccer team's three-game unbeaten streak ended with a 2-1 loss to host No. 25 Georgetown (4-2-2) on Wednesday afternoon. Freshman Sebastian Elney scored the lone goal for the Terps (3-2-3). The Hoyas' Alex Muyl opened the scoring in the 53rd minute before Elney, assisted by freshman Eryk Williamson, answered in the 69th minute. Georgetown's Arun Basuljevic converted the game-winner after a failed clear. "It is a very empty feeling because we deserved better. We played very well," coach Sasho Cirovski said. "I thought we were on the wrong end of a couple unfortunate turnovers that we got punished for."

Men's college basketball: Carnell Arrington has been named Coppin State's director of basketball operations. Arrington previously served as an assistant coach at St. Paul's, where he helped the Crusaders win the 2014 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference championship.

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Women's college volleyball: Host UMBC (6-8) lost, 3-2, to La Salle (6-10) on Tuesday night. The Retrievers are winless in four straight matches.

Men's college golf: Maryland senior Tom Harris was named Big Ten Conference Golfer of the Week. … Towson senior James Grem was honored as Colonial Athletic Association Golfer of the Week.

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Women's college golf: Towson senior Emma Hjarne received CAA Golfer of the Week honors.

College softball: Gino Olivieri was named Coppin State's softball coach. In 10 seasons at Division III Alfred, Olivieri won 257 games, including a school-record 40 last season.

Varsity girls soccer: Fallston junior Maria Gentile has committed orally to Delaware.

Varsity boys lacrosse: Mount St. Joseph midfielder Bryson Shaw has committed orally to Maryland. Shaw plays club lacrosse for the Baltimore-based Crabs Lacrosse team.

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Pat Stoetzer, Baltimore Sun Media Group

National Women's Soccer League: Washington Spirit forward Crystal Dunn was voted the NWSL's Most Valuable Player. Dunn finished the regular season with 15 goals in 20 games, setting an NWSL record with 0.75 of a goal per game.

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