No. 21 UM women upset No. 3 Wake, 1-0
Senior Hayley Brock scored in the fourth minute and host No. 21 Maryland defense made it stand up in a 1-0 win over No. 3 Wake Forest in women's soccer Sunday. The victory is the 22nd all time over a Top 10 opponent and ninth since 2009 for the Terps (6-3-0, 2-1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference). The Demon Deacons fell to 7-1-1, 2-1-1.
More women: UMBC (5-2-2) won its third straight game, a 2-1 come-from-behind victory against visiting Wagner (6-2-1) . The streak is the longest for the Retrievers since 2005. They are unbeaten in seven all-time meetings with the Seahawks. After yielding a goal in the third minute of play, host Mount St. Mary's responded with three unanswered goals to defeat Delaware State, 3-1. Three players scored for the Mount, which had its highest offensive output of the season. Visiting Towson (5-4-1) rode an early 2-0 lead by the 12th minute to record a 3-0 win over LIU-Brooklyn (2-6-1). Navy (8-2-0) recorded its sixth straight win in a 5-0 defeat of host St. Francis (Pa.) (3-6-1).
Men: Patrick Mullins scored on two penalty kicks, leading visiting No. 17 Maryland to a 3-1 victory over No. 4 Clemson. Mullins' goal at the 35:03 mark gave the Terps (2-2-2, 2-0-1 ACC) a 1-0 lead and was the first score allowed by the Tigers (6-1, 2-1) in the past 442 minutes, 14 seconds.
The host No. 2 Maryland field hockey team shut out future Big Ten opponent Michigan, 2-0. The Terps (8-0, 1-0 ACC) held a two-goal lead throughout the second half to defeat Michigan (4-4), a team that won its previous three games. Sophomore Sarah Spink scored for Maryland in the 14th minute with a shot off a penalty corner. In the 21st minute, senior Ali McEvoy scored to put the Terps up 2-0. Maryland goalkeeper Natalie Hunter made five saves in her shutout performance. Maryland will travel to take on No. 17 Boston College (6-1, 1-0 ACC) at 7 p.m. Friday in Newton, Mass.
Lacrosse: US Lacrosse announced that Kevin Forrester (Arnold) will be one of five officials in the top-level Blue Division at the 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships in Commerce City, Colo., next July. Out of 66 applications, 20 officials were invited to try out over Labor Day weekend at Goucher during the U.S. men's national team tryouts.
Auto racing: Justin Boston of Baltimore County finished eighth in the ARCA Series' ZLOOP 150 at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday. He is a top contender for the Scott Rookie Challenge, which counts the 15 best races among eligible rookies. Seventeen rookies were in the 32-car race, which was held a day after being postponed because of rain.
College sailing: No. 2 St. Mary's finished second in the Central Fall No. 1 at Ocean County (N.J.) College over the weekend, followed by No. 11 Navy in third and Washington College in seventh. Washington College also came in 18th of 20 teams at the Nevins Trophy, hosted by Merchant Marine.
Women's college volleyball: Host West Virginia edged UMBC in four sets (25-19, 18-25, 25-21, 25-20) Sunday on the final day of the Gold and Blue Players Challenge.
Basketball: Erik Etherly, who averaged 15.7 points per game as a senior at Loyola Maryland in 2012-13, signed his first professional contract this week with Hapoel Gilboa Galil Elyon of the Israeli Basketball Super League.
—From Sun staff and news services