Men's college soccer
Mount St. Mary's squanders lead against LIU, falls, 3-2
Host Long Island (4-7-1, 2-2-1) scored twice in the second half to earn a 3-2 victory over Mount St.Mary's (5-9-0, 2-4-0) in the Northeast Conference on Sunday. The Blackbirds' Jakeem Johnson tied the game at 2 at 61:07 off a pass from Steve Jakubowski, who then scored the game-winner at 63:12. Chris Wheeler scored two goals for the Mount and has 10 this season; Alex Ockford had an assist on Wheeler's first goal. Wheeler, a junior, moved into fifth place on the program's career goal list with 30.
Women's college soccer
Nichole Schiro scored twice and fellow sophomore Gianna Mangione (McDonogh) had a goal and an assist, as Loyola (7-8-2 overall, 3-3-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) rolled to a 3-0 victory over Iona (3-12-1, 1-3-1) on Senior Day at Ridley Athletic Complex. Schiro opened the scoring at 30:07 with her 13th goal of the season, a put-back of a shot by Taylor Bryant that had hit the crossbar. Mangione made it 2-0 at 47:58 with her fourth goal of the season, a chip shot off a cross from Kelly Thomas. The Greyhounds added a third goal at 56:51 when Mangione floated a long pass over the Iona defense to Schiro, who chipped it over the goalkeeper for her second straight two-goal game.
More Division I: Junior midfielder Meagan Simeone scored the game-winner with 15 seconds remaining in the first overtime period as visiting UNC Wilmington (9-7-0, 6-2-0) earned a 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association victory over Towson (6-8-3, 2-5-1). Towson senior defender Melissa Gomes (John Carroll) tied the game at 1 in the 61st minute with her team-high fifth goal of the year off passes from sophomores Cree Julian and Cheyenne Skidmore (Liberty). … Forward Shayla Bergeron's goal in the 88th minute gave host Albany (8-6-2, 3-1-2 America East) a 1-0 victory over UMBC (2-13-1, 1-6-0). Bergeron took a pass from forward Despina Psomopoulos and went in all alone against freshman goalie Lauren Kadet. The Great Danes sophomore unleashed a hard shot from the middle that Kadet stopped with her right leg, but Bergeron knocked in her own rebound with just 2:02 remaining in regulation. Kadet equaled her career high with 11 saves, as the Great Danes outshot the Retrievers 32-3. … Visiting Fairleigh Dickinson (1-13-0, 1-5-0) earned a 1-0 victory over Mount St. Mary's (3-10-3, 0-6-1 NEC) on a goal by Stephanie Austin in the 75th minute. Senior Amanda Kitzmiller made three saves for the Mount in her first start of the season.
Division III: First-year player Kelsey Wirtz (Hereford) made six saves in helping host St.Mary's (4-6) earn a 0-0 draw with Washington & Lee (7-4-0).
DeFilippo's goal in OT lifts Towson in field hockey
A goal 1:13 into overtime by junior forward Katie DeFilippo (South Carroll) lifted visiting Towson (7-8) to a 3-2 field hockey victory over Georgetown (7-8). Tigers sophomore midfielder Tabi Hatch tied the game at 2 at 56:33 with her sixth goal of the year and third in the past two games. Kristie Blumer had Towson's first goal 3:01 into the game.
More field hockey: Senior Katie O'Donnell broke Maryland's career goals record by scoring twice as the host Terps (14-1), ranked No.2 in the NFHCA Division I poll, rolled to a 7-2 victory over Delaware. O'Donnell already had Maryland's career points and assists records, but her 85th and 86th career goals gave her the scoring record, too. Former Terrapin Nicole Muracco set the record last year with 85. Sophomore Megan Frazer also scored twice in the game. Freshmen Ali McEvoy, Hayley Turner and junior Jemma Buckley each scored.
Men's basketball: Virginia guard Sammy Zeglinski will undergo knee surgery this week after being injured during a workout earlier this month. The Cavaliers announced that Zeglinski will have surgery on cartilage in his left knee Tuesday and that the junior's return will be determined by his rehabilitation. Zeglinski averaged 8.9 points and 3.8 rebounds last season.
Hobbit's Glen's Fairbanks takes Baltimore City Amateur
Phil Fairbanks of Hobbit's Glen Golf Club in Columbia came from four shots off the lead to shoot a closing-round 69 for a 36-hole total of 142 and a one-shot victory over John Howson of Pine Ridge Golf Course in the Baltimore City Amateur at Hunt Valley Golf Club. Fairbanks had finished second twice. Howson posted a final-round 69 for the second tournament in a row to finish 74-69 — 143. Matt Bassler, a former Maryland State Open winner from Rolling Road Golf Club, was third at 73-72 — 145.
—From Sun staff and news services