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Digest (Oct. 13): Terps' Cirovski earns 400th men's soccer coaching victory

Maryland men's soccer coach Sasho Cirovski won his 400th game as Eryk Williamson's second-half hat trick lifted No. 3 Maryland past Wisconsin, 5-4, on Friday night. Cirovski became the ninth Division I and the 39th head coach across all level to win 400 career games. He is 400-145-47 as a head coach, with a 373-133-47 record at Maryland. The Terrapins (10-0-3, 5-0-2 Big Ten) also got a pair of goals from junior Amar Sejdic. The Terps have not lost in 30 consecutive regular season games. ... Navy (2-9-1, 0-3-1 Patriot League) will face rival Army West Point (8-4-0, 2-2-0) in the Army-Navy Cup VI at the Philadelphia Union's Talen Energy Stadium on Sunday at 2 p.m. Army and Navy will be playing each other for the 80th consecutive season.

Horse racing: Lael Stables' homebred Madame Milan, a juvenile half-sister to 2006 Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro, took advantage of a stretch out in distance to earn her first career victory in a maiden special weight that kicked off Friday's nine-race program at Laurel Park. Madame Milan ($3.80) was favored at 4-5 in the $40,000 event that attracted 10 2-year-old fillies, including progeny of Hall of Famers Ghostzapper and Tiznow, Kentucky Derby winners Orb and Street Sense and fellow Grade 1 winners Giant's Causeway, Ice Box, Paynter and To Honor and Serve. Sired by 2006 Preakness winner Bernardini out of the Carson City mare La Ville Rouge, Madame Milan completed 11/16 miles in 1:46.93 over an All Along Turf Course layout labeled firm. It was 1¼ lengths back to runner-up Dancingwithpaynter, who was 6¼ lengths clear of Luna in third. Madame Milan was ridden by jockey Daniel Centeno and trained by Arnaud Delacour.

College field hockey: The 16th-ranked Terps beat No. 25 Ohio State, 3-1. Freshmen Kyler Greenwalt (Archbishop Spalding) and Bodil Keus and junior Linnea Gonzales (Patterson Mill) scored for Maryland, while junior goalkeeper Sarah Holliday had five saves.

College swimming: Johns Hopkins senior Courtney Cowan and sophomore Brandon Fabian were named Independent Swimmers of the Week by CollegeSwimming.com.

Community college honors: The Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference selected Montgomery's Youness Benmouna (men's soccer), CCBC-Essex's Erin Moran (women's soccer), Frederick's Katelyn Atchison (volleyball), Harford Community College's Harford's Hassan Eissa (men's cross country) and Harford's Caroline McCarthy (women's cross country) as its Student-Athletes of the Month.

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