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Mount St. Mary's men's basketball still winless after 79-74 loss to Elon

From Sun staff and news services
Five games in, the Mount St. Mary's men's basketball team is still searching for its first win.

Tyler Seibring's 3-pointer gave the Elon men's basketball team the lead with 45 seconds to go, and the host Phoenix beat Mount St. Mary's, 79-74. Seibring's shot put Elon up 72-71 and started a game-ending 10-3 run for the Phoenix (3-2). Mount St. Mary's (0-5) had erased a 10-point Elon lead in the second half and built a seven-point advantage with 7:27 to go. A pair of free throws by Elon's Luke Eddy tied the game at 69. BK Ashe's dunk gave the Mountaineers back the lead until Seibring's 3-pointer just over a minute later. Ashe scored a career-high 25 points for Mount St. Mary's. Junior Robinson added 19, and Taylor Danaher had 15.

Women's college volleyball: Senior Adreené Elliott set the Maryland record for career solo blocks (99) as the Terps (14-19, 4-15 Big Ten Conference) defeated Iowa (12-20, 2-17) in their regular-season home finale Wednesday, 3-1.

NFL: The Washington Redskins' thin secondary was dealt another major blow when starting cornerback Chris Culliver, the team's highest-paid free agent, suffered a season-ending tear of the ACL and MCL in his right knee during practice.

Liz Clarke, The Washington Post

Indoor soccer: Blast forward Andrew Hoxie and goalkeeper William Vanzela were honorable mentions on the Major Arena Soccer League Team of the Week.

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