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Digest (Jan. 27): Chad Barcikowski scores 31 in Salisbury setback

Chad Barcikowski (Liberty) scored a career-high 31 points, but Salisbury had its six-game winning streak halted on Saturday in an 88-82 loss to Mary Washington. The Eagles (14-5, 8-4 Capital Athletic Conference) outscored the Sea Gulls (13-6, 9-3), 48-33, in the second half. Barcikowski posted a 6-of-8 mark from the field including an 80-percent performance from behind the 3-point arc in the game's opening 20 minutes. ... Johns Hopkins got a career-best 25 points and 13 rebounds from senior Kyle Doran in a 75-56 win over host Ursinus. .... Visiting Muhlenberg overcame an early 14-point deficit en route to an 88-82 Centennial Conference win over Washington College. ... Visiting Albright placed all five starters in double figures in an 80-63 win over Stevenson. ... Franklin & Marshall finishedon a 9-0 run to top McDaniel, 62-51. Josh McWilliams led the Green Terror with 17 points and four assists. ... Bowie State upset eighth-ranked Virginia State 65-55 as sophomore David Belle scored 16 points.

Women's basketball: Lillian Scott scored 28 points as Johns Hopkins defeated host Ursinus 70-51. ... Visiting Albright College shot 55.6 percent in the second half as it erased an eight-point deficit and defeated Stevenson, 76-61. Junior Jonyae Curry (Westminster) led Stevenson (12-8, 6-5) with 20 points and seven rebounds. ... Bowie State lost a 14-point third quarter lead and fell 67-59 to nationally ranked Virginia State. Bowie State (13-6, 6-4 CIAA, 2-2 North) was paced by graduate student Sade Chatman with 13 points. ... Salisbury (11-8, 6-6 CAC) picked up a big Capital Athletic Conference victory over Mary Washington, defeating the Eagles 65-49 for the first time since the 2014-15 season. ... McDaniel drained 15 3-pointer in a 91-30 victory over Bryn Mawr. Anna Mondoro tied a program record with seven made 3-pointers.

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Women's hockey: Stevenson seniors Chelsea Blackburn and Sarah Antonelli both finished with a goal and an assist as the Mustangs skated to a 3-3 tie with Utica.

Softball: Salisbury senior LeAnne Collins (Hereford) was named to the first team of the Fastpitch News Division III Softball Preseason All-America team. Collins batted .537 last season and posted a team-best slugging percentage of .787.

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Mount St. Mary's: The Mount athletic department celebrated the careers of Nick DeFelice ('01), Mandy Jenkins ('07), Dustin Pease ('07) and Eric Smith ('07) with their induction into the Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday as part of a ceremony at the Cardinal Keeler Dining Room of Patriot Hall.

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Deale's Schmitt in secondat Florida bass tourney

Tim Frederick of Leesburg, Fla., caught two kicker largemouth Saturday – a 6- and 7-pounder – to anchor his 23-pound, 3-ounce limit and jump to the top of the leaderboard after Day Three of the FLW Tour at Lake Okeechobee . Frederick's five-bass limit was the only bag Saturday that weighed in excess of 20 pounds. Frederick (15 bass, 65-6) will now bring a 15-ounce lead over second-place pro Bryan Schmitt of Deale (15 bass, 64-7) who led the first two days of competition, into Championship Sunday.

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Horse racing: Still Having Fun came charging down the stretch along the inside to snatch the lead from favored Wentz and go on to his first career stakes victory in Saturday's $100,000 Frank Whiteley Jr. at Laurel Park. ... Making her 3-year-old debut off a disappointing effort four weeks earlier, Limited View became a three-time stakes winner at Laurel Park with a three-quarter-length triumph in the $100,000 Marshua. ... Afleet Willy broke running and never looked back, putting away fellow multiple stakes winner John Jones at the top of the stretch and sprinting clear for a five-length victory in the $100,000 Native Dancer.

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