Johns Hopkins senior Colin Egan was honored as an American Football Coaches Association Division III All-American. Egan started 12 games at guard and helped lead the way for an offense that averaged a school-record 45.7 points and 505.8 yards per game and scored 75 touchdowns.
Men's college basketball: Maryland sophomore guard Melo Trimble was named Big Ten Co-Player of the Week. Trimble scored a season-high 25 points in the Terps' win over Connecticut, 76-66, in the Jimmy V Classic on Tuesday night and also had a team-high 18 points in their win over UMES on Saturday, 77-56. For the week, Trimble shot 62.5 percent from the field, 62.5 percent from beyond the arc and 94.7 percent from the free-throw line. … South Florida sophomore guard Roddy Peters, a Maryland transfer, is out indefinitely after fracturing his left foot in the first half of Sunday's 65-46 loss to North Carolina State. Peters is the Bulls' assists leader (3.5 per game) and second-leading scorer (9.8 points per game). Peters played 32 games with the Terps as a freshman in 2013-14, averaging 4.1 points per game. … Stevenson sophomore guard Sean Mayberry (Calvert Hall) was named MAC Commonwealth Conference Commonwealth Player of the Week. Mayberry converted a game-winning layup with five seconds to go in the Mustangs' 65-64 win over Widener. Mayberry scored 21 points and added 12 rebounds, both career highs.
Women's college basketball: Stony Brook's Brittany Snow scored 12 points and had five rebounds as the host Seawolves (5-5) defeated Morgan State (2-10). Braennan Farrar scored 12 points and had six rebounds and four assists to lead the Bears. Tykyrah Williams scored 11 points. … Maryland junior guard Shatori Walker-Kimbrough was named to the Big Ten Player of the Week honor roll. Walker-Kimbrough shot 64 percent from the field and averaged 20.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and three assists in wins over Loyola Maryland and Southern. … Salisbury junior forward Julia McLaughlin was named the Capital Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Week. McLaughlin recorded 17 points, 11 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 steals per game to lead the Sea Gulls to two wins. … Navy sophomore guard Taylor Dunham received Patriot League Player of the Week honorable mention. Dunham scored 13 points and had five assists in the Midshipmen's win over Johns Hopkins, 77-45, on Wednesday and scored 24 points in Navy's overtime loss to Kansas, 61-54, on Sunday. …UMES senior center Taryana Kelly was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week. Kelly totaled 21 rebounds and four blocks against North Carolina A&T State, Duquesne and VCU.
Men's college lacrosse: Tucker Durkin (Johns Hopkins) was named coach at Bryn Athyn College in Pennsylvania. Durkin, a three-time All-American, started all 59 games over his four-year career with the Blue Jays, and won the William C. Schmeisser Award for being the nation's top defenseman in his junior and senior years. Durkin was the third overall pick in the 2013 Major League Lacrosse draft by the Charlotte Hounds. Durkin is a three-time All-MLL defenseman and currently plays for the Florida Launch.
College field hockey: Maryland senior defender Sarah Sprink is one of four nominees for the Honda Sport Award, presented annually by the Collegiate Women Sports Awards to the athletes who best represent "the best of the best in collegiate athletics." She tallied 10 goals with six assists this past season.
Swimming: Three-time Olympic medalist Katie Hoff announced her retirement, citing her continuing struggle with blood clots in her lungs. Hoff, who at 15 years old began training alongside Michael Phelps at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, won a silver medal in the 400-meter freestyle at the 2008 Beijing Olympics as well as a bronze medal in the 400 individual medley and 4x200 freestyle relay. She also won seven long-course world titles over three appearances in the World Aquatics Championships. "I have consulted with my doctor and concluded that retiring is the best choice for my long-term physical and mental health and happiness," Hoff wrote on Facebook.