Harford CC men's basketball player dead; games canceled

Junior colleges

Harford CC men's basketball player dead; games canceled

A men's basketball player at Harford Community College died Friday night after the team's first practice, a spokesperson said Saturday. The college is not releasing the name of the player, who was a freshman, because it wants to allow his family time to inform other relatives of his death. A news release posted on the school's website offered no details on who the player was or how he died. Harford canceled all sports events and practices this weekend.

Men's college soccer

Caringi's fifth goal of year helps UMBC to 1-1 tie

UMBC freshman forward Pete Caringi III (Calvert Hall) scored his fifth goal of the season late in the second half, but visiting Binghamton (2-4-3) got the game-tying goal in the 82nd minute and the sides played to a 1-1 double-overtime draw in the America East Conference opener. Senior midfielder Levi Houapeu set up the goal for the Retrievers (4-3-1).

Jake Keegan Dan Louisignau

Chris Hayen

Elsewhere: Loyola (4-3-1) ended nonconference play with its third straight victory, 3-1 over visiting Adelphi (5-4-0).

The Greyhounds got goals from Phil Bannister with 21/2 minutes left before the break, Danny Ankrah 50 seconds into the second half, and Gerwyn

Jones in the 61st minute. … Host Bucknell (4-5-0, 1-1-0) scored in the 26th minute of each half to hand Navy (6-2-0, 1-1-0) its first Patriot League loss of the season.

WNBA

Angela Taylor out as general manager of Mystics

The Washington Mystics announced Saturday that Angela Taylor will not return next season as the club's general manager. "Angela Taylor's contract has expired and we were not able to reach an agreement on a new deal to retain her as general manager of the Washington Mystics," the team said in a statement.Taylor, who was hired by the Mystics in October 2008, posted a 38-30 record over two years as general manager, including 22-12 this season.

Varsity

Two football games postponed until Monday

The football games between No.5 Old Mill and Southern and between Joppatowne and Aberdeen have been postponed until Monday night because of wet field conditions on the natural grass fields at Southern and Aberdeen. After the deluge of rain, the fields were deemed unplayable for Friday night's scheduled games and neither was rescheduled for Saturday. Old Mill will play at Southern at 6:30 p.m. Joppatowne will play at Aberdeen at 5 p.m.

Katherine Dunn

—From Sun staff and news services

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