Boys' Latin junior defenseman Dylan Gaines has committed orally to play lacrosse at Denver. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound recruit plays club for the Baltimore Crabs, attending Adrenaline Black Card, National Scholastic Club Lacrosse Association, King of the Hill, Best of the Best, Jake Reed's Nike Blue Chip and National High School Lacrosse Showcase.
He played varsity last spring and also is a tight end and defensive end for the Lakers football team. Gaines considered Ohio State and Harvard as well.
Arundel's Nolan commits to Retrievers
Arundel midfielder Billy Nolan has committed orally to UMBC. The 5-11, 180-pound junior started last year as a sophomore, also playing varsity football. Playing club for the Annapolis Hawks and SoCo, he attended Bay Bridge Brawl, Gait Cup, UPLax and Under Armour Shootout. Nolan also considered Towson.
Northwestern, USC women to play at Wrigley next season
The Northwestern women's team announced Monday that it will face Southern California at Wrigley Field next season on Saturday, April 26. The game -- part of a marketing partnership announced by Northwestern and baseball's Chicago Cubs earlier this year -- will be played at 8 p.m. and be televised by the Big Ten Network.
The matchup pits Northwestern coach Kelly Amonte Hiller (Maryland), who has guided the Wildcats to seven national titles, against one of her most successful former players, Trojans coach Lindsey Munday. Last spring, Northwestern and Southern California played in the first-ever lacrosse game at the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum -- a milestone that also served as the Trojans' Division I debut. The Wildcats, who won, 18-5, have also played at the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T; Stadium in Arlington, Texas, and Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., home of the New England Patriots.
Tickets on sale for 2014 men's quarterfinals at Delaware, Hofstra
Tickets are on sale for the 2014 NCAA men's lacrosse quarterfinals at Hofstra and Delaware. Tickets for the two games May 18 in Newark can be purchased in person at the Delaware ticket office at the Bob Carpenter Center 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday; by telephone at 302-831-2257; or online by going to bluehens.com and clicking on "Tickets" at the top of the page. Tickets as low as $10 are available for the two-game event. Other prices include $30 for box seats, $25 for seats in premium sections C, D and E; $20 for sideline seats in Sections A, B, F and G; and $15 for general admission in the end zone. Special ticket prices are available for youths and students.
To buy tickets for the May 17 games at Hofstra, click here or call 516-HOF-TIXX (463-8499). Pricing for general admission seating is $22 for adults and $15 for youths or seniors. Parking passes will also be on sale for $15 (one per every four tickets ordered). Special group pricing is also available for groups of 20 or more.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.