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Digest (March 3): Johns Hopkins men ousted from NCAA DIII men's basketball tournament

AJ Jurko scored 24 points to lead Massachusetts Institute of Technology (24-5) to a 62-54 victory over host Johns Hopkins (24-5) in an NCAA Division III men's basketball second-round game. Michael Gardner had 13 points for the Blue Jays. The Engineers outscored Hopkins, 35-25, in the second half.

Women's lacrosse: Stevenson sophomore Carly Bowes netted four goals as the Mustangs scored the final two goals in a 12-11 non-conference victory over visiting Randolph-Macon on Saturday afternoon. The win was the third consecutive for the Mustangs (1-3) in the series, after winning back-to-back games in 2008 and 2009, and ties the all-time series at 3-3.

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Men's college lacrosse: McDaniel outscored Ohio Northern 4-0 in the fourth quarter to rally for an 11-8 non-conference victory. Micah Brooks led the Green Terror (2-2) with four goals while Carson Marshall (Glenelg) added two goals and two assists. ... St. Mary's scored five goals in each of the second and third quarters to snap its three-game losing streak with a 14-2 victory over Randolph. ... Host Washington College used a 4-0 run in the fourth quarter to break a tie and got four goals and four assists from Cooper Sloan to post a 13-10 win over visiting Frostburg State .

College baseball: Sophomore left-handed pitcher Tyler Blohm (Severna Park, DeMatha) tossed six innings, struck out seven and allowed two runs as the Maryland held on late to defeat Coastal Carolina, 7-6, at Springs Brooks Stadium. The Terrapins (6-5) led from the first inning on and built a four-run lead, before holding on in the ninth. Maryland's offense hit a pair of home runs and had nine hits. ... Albany scored runs in the seventh and eighth innings to send Towson (1-7) to a 2-0 loss. ... Washington College swept a non-conference doubleheader against visiting Roger Williams.

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College softball: Mount St. Mary's dropped a doubleheader to Furman, 12-1 and 2-0. Kirsten Mumma had hits in both games for the Mount. ... Senior outfielder Elaina DiPrimio became the 22nd Washington College player to record 100 career hits as her team split games in the Softball Tournament, losing 8-0 to host Salisbury and beating Clarkson, 9-0.

College track: Salisbury's men's and women's teams both finished second at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships as the Sea Gulls broke five school records.

National Women's Soccer League: The Washington Spirit will play their home opener on March 31 at 3 p.m. against the Orlando Pride at the Maryland SoccerPlex. The game will be featured on national TV as the NWSL Game of the Week on Lifetime.

Men's college soccer: Mount St. Mary's added Yann Kouemi (Watkins Mills) and David Owens (Catonsville) to its recruiting class.

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Lacrosse fundraiser: CCBC Essex has partnered with Lace up with LAX and will hold a fundraiser March 20 during its men's and women's games to collect new children's shoes to be donated to Eastern Family Resource Center, a homeless shelter and transitional housing facility in Baltimore County. The men's lacrosse team will host Finger Lakes Community College at 4 p.m., followed by the women welcoming Frederick Community College at 6 p.m. Donations can be made at the gate or contact Rocco Geppi at rgeppi@ccbcmd.edu to make other arrangements. Cash donations will also be accepted and will be used to purchase shoes.

St. Mary's Hall of Fame: St. Mary's College is seeking nominations for its athletic hall of fame Class of 2018. Nominations are due April 15. Nomination forms are available at smcm.edu/alumni/awards/hall-fame-legends-nomination. Email Jim Cranmer at wjcranmer@smcm.edu.

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