Digest (Oct. 24): Ex-Terp Lewis hired by CCBC-Dundalk to coach women's basketball

Derrick Lewis has been named women's basketball coach at CCBC-Dundalk for the 2018-19 season. Women's basketball will return to CCBC-Dundalk that season after a one-year hiatus. A health, fitness and physical education teacher at Archbishop Spalding, Lewis played basketball at Maryland from 1984 to 1988 for coaches Lefty Driesell and Bob Wade. He made All-Atlantic Coast Conference twice and was the only Terps men's player with two triple doubles. He played basketball professionally in the French Professional Basketball League until 2004. Lewis owns and operates the Derrick Lewis Basketball Camps and Clinics and coached the boys team at Spalding.



Cal Ripken Sr. Foundationto host basketball luncheon

The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation will host its seventh annual College Season Tip-Off luncheon Monday at 10:15 a.m. at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront. Featured guests and speakers include ESPN analyst Jay Bilas, former Maryland coach Gary Williams and current coaches Mark Turgeon (Maryland), Jay Wright (Villanova), Mike Brey (Notre Dame) and Jimmy Patsos (Siena). The fundraiser luncheon will include a VIP reception, followed by a program and conversation with college basketball experts. Proceeds will support Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation programming and initiatives for at-risk youth and underserved communities. For information, email


Capitals: The Capitals recalled forward Chandler Stephenson from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League. Stephenson, 23, leads Hershey with five goals and is tied for the team lead with six points in six games this season.

Indoor football: The Arena Football League, which includes the Baltimore Brigade, will return to Albany, N.Y., with the team beginning play at the Times Union Center starting in the spring. Albany was last represented in the AFL in 2000. The team will be owned and operated by a local group of businessmen, including George Hearst III, Dan Nolan and Ed Swyer.

College field hockey: Johns Hopkins used three first-half goals to defeat host Gettysburg, 3-1. The Blue Jays secured a first-round bye in the Centennial Conference tournament.

Men's college golf: Maryland tied for fourth out of 15 teams at the Quail Valley Collegiate Invitational in Vero Beach, Fla. The Terps went 22 strokes under par with a score of 842 (280-281-281) and tied Notre Dame. They finished two strokes behind Louisville. Junior Chris Navarro (Spalding) led Maryland with his 7-under-par score of 209 (70-70-69). Both his score of 209 and his third-round score of 69 set career lows as he tied for 13th.

Men's college soccer: Washington College and Goucher settled for a 0-0 double-overtime tie in a nonconference game.

Women's college soccer: For the fourth time this season and third time in the last four games, Stevenson was held scoreless in a 1-0 loss to Alvernia.

College volleyball: No. 19 Stevenson completed its sixth straight undefeated MAC Commonwealth regular season with a 3-0 win over Alvernia University.

College sprint football: Navy's Luke Coughlin was named the Collegiate Sprint Football League Defensive Player of the Week.


—From Sun staff and news services