Stevenson's Dailey breaks Salisbury's hold on CAC top honor
Stevenson senior attackman Jimmy Dailey (Winters Mill) was named Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year, ending a string of 16years in which at least one of the winners has been from Salisbury. Rookie of the Year honors were shared by Frostburg State freshman attackman Ryan Serio (Chesapeake-AA) and Stevenson freshman long-stick midfielder Ryan Rubenstein (Boys' Latin). Hood's Jeremy Mattoon was named a Co-Coach of the Year. Dailey was joined on the All-CAC first team by four teammates: senior attackman Neal Barthelme (Dulaney), senior midfielder Kyle Moffitt, senior defenseman Evan Douglass and senior short-stick specialist Ray Witte (Sts. Peter & Paul); Salisbury junior attackman Matt Cannone, junior midfielder Sam Bradman, senior midfielder Shawn Zordani, senior defenseman Nick Mooney, senior defenseman Collin Tokosch (Broadneck) and senior goalkeeper Johnny Rodriguez (Mount St.Joseph); and St.Mary's senior attackman Dennis Rosson (Severn) and junior long-stick midfielder Peter Windsor (St.Paul's). The second team included Stevenson freshman midfielder Tony Rossi (Calvert Hall) and senior defenseman Kyle Menendez (St.Paul's); Salisbury junior attackman Erik Krum, junior attackman Tony Mendes, junior long-stick midfielder Andrew Sellers (Archbishop Curley) and sophomore short-stick specialist Tyler Granelli; St. Mary's junior defenseman Eric Heisner; and York junior goalkeeper Tyler Powell (Archbishop Spalding).
Division I men's honors: Bucknell senior defenseman Alex Lyons (Boys' Latin) was one of two players to receive All-Patriot League honors (second team) and to make the All-Patriot Academic team. Lyons, a key cog for a defense that ranks seventh in the country, surrendering 7.29 goals per game, has a 3.31 cumulative GPA while majoring in civil and environmental engineering and business management for engineers.
Women: Navy senior midfielder Katrina Nietsch and sophomore midfielder Kathy Young were selected to the Patriot League All-Academic team. … Visiting Washington College (11-5) scored the first five goals of the second half to spark a 10-9 win over Haverford (10-7) in the opening round of the Centennial Conference tournament. Rachel Bartee (South Carroll) and Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson) each finished with a hat trick for the Shorewomen, who advance to Saturday's semifinal at Franklin & Marshall (15-2) at 1 p.m. … Hannah Khin scored five goals and Becca Smith had four goals and six assists as host Goucher (8-7) won, 21-2, over West Virginia Wesleyan (1-10). … Casey Ancarrow (John Carroll) scored four goals to power host No. 9 James Madison (13-3) to a 16-14 win over No. 13 Virginia (9-7). The Dukes ended their regular season on a four-game winning streak.
Maryland men selected to play in Puerto Rico Tip-Off
Maryland will represent the ACC next fall in the eight-team Puerto Rico Tip-Off men's basketball tournament. The 12-game event, played at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan starting Nov. 17, also features Alabama, Colorado, Iona, Purdue, Temple, Western Michigan and Wichita State. The Terps are the lone Puerto Rico Tip-Off participant that didn't play in a postseason tournament this year. The Boilermakers and Owls played in the NCAA tournament, while the Crimson Tide, Buffaloes and Shockers advanced to the National Invitation Tournament final four. The Gaels fell to Santa Clara in the College Insider championship game. The Broncos made it to the second round of the College Insider tournament.
Football: All five Navy football games played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium this fall will kick off at 3:30 p.m. and will be televised live by CBS Sports Network.
Baseball: Chuck Ghysels gave up two hits in seven innings and struck out five as visiting Maryland (19-25) earned a 6-1 victory over George Mason (17-26-1). … UMES senior designated hitter Bryan Chaikowsky was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Player of the Week and Black College Baseball Player of the Week.
Softball: Maryland senior Kerry Hickey was named Atlantic Coast Conference Co-Pitcher of the Week.
Men's tennis: Washington College senior Adam Cranford (John Carroll) was chosen as Centennial Conference Player of the Week.
Mount St. Joe alum Collmus to call Triple Crown races
Larry Collmus (Mount St. Joseph) was selected by NBC Sports to call this year's Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes. Collmus will replace Tom Durkin, who stepped aside for health reasons. Collmus, 44, is the track announcer at Monmouth Park and Gulfstream Park. A Baltimore native, he has been calling races since 1985, when he started his career at Bowie Race Track.
Tennis: Andy Roddick, a three-time winner of Washington's Legg Mason Tennis Classic, will return for the hard-court tournament this summer, marking his 10th appearance in the event. The ATP World Tour 500 event, which is part of the U.S. Open Series, will be held July 30-Aug. 7 at William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center in Rock Creek Park. Tickets go on sale Monday.
—The Washington Post
NHL: The Washington Capitals recalled forwards Mathieu Perreault and Steve Pinizzotto and defenseman Patrick McNeill from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League.
—From Sun staff and news services