College Basketball

Digest: Towson men fall to William & Mary in CAA basketball quarterfinals

Redshirt senior David Cohn led a balanced William & Mary attack with 24 points, six rebounds and seven assists Sunday to help the fourth-seeded Tribe reach the Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball semifinals for the fifth straight season with an 80-66 win over fifth-seeded Towson in North Charleston, S.C. Sophomore Nathan Knight added 15 points and 11 rebounds for William & Mary (19-11), which will face top-seeded College of Charleston (24-7) tonight at 6. Sophomore Justin Gorham had 16 points and 10 rebounds and Zane Martin added 18 points and nine assists for Towson. The Tigers (18-14) shot 40.9 percent from the field and went 6-of-25 from 3-point range.

College lacrosse

Lindley scores record eight goals for Loyola men in win


Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse attackman Kevin Lindley scored eight goals, setting a Patriot League freshman record, and Pat Spencer (Boys' Latin) moved into second all-time at Loyola in points and assists as the No. 9 Greyhounds earned a 13-5 win over visiting Holy Cross (1-4, 0-2 Patriot League). Spencer scored three goals and had six assists for Loyola (3-1, 2-0). He has 199 points and 122 assists in 39 career games, trailing Gary Hanley (1978-1981) in both categories. Hanley had 160 assists and 311 points.

Division III men: Steven Hildebrand scored in overtime to lift host Ohio Wesleyan (4-1) over No. 3 Salisbury, 12-11. Garrett Reynolds (Archbishop Curley) scored five goals for the Sea Gulls (3-2), who have lost back-to-back games for the first time since March 2015.


Nation men: Connor Fields had three goals and two assists to help No. 1 Albany rally to an 11-9 victory over visiting Cornell (1-2). The Big Red took a 9-7 lead over the Great Danes (3-0) with 7:28 to play on a goal from Jordan Dowiak, but gave up four goals in the game's final 3:18. ... Tucker Dordevic scored four goals and No. 12 Syracuse (3-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) held off host No. 4 Virginia's fourth-quarter rally for a 12-11 win over the Cavaliers (4-1, 0-1). ... No. 6 Ohio State (5-1) outscored Detroit Mercy 5-2 in the second half for an 8-7 victory over the visiting Titans (2-4). ... Brian Wall scored in the second overtime to lift visiting Bellarmine (2-4) to a 7-6 win over No. 19 Marquette (3-1) at the Midwest Classic in Pontiac, Mich.

Nation women: Kasey Behr scored four goals to help No. 11 Virginia (5-0, 1-0 ACC) earn a 17-16 victory over No. 7 Syracuse (3-1, 0-1). ... Olivia Jenner (McDonogh) became Duke 's all-time draw controls leader, totaling 10 to lead the No. 14 Blue Devils (4-2) to a 21-13 victory over Boston University (1-2). Jenner surpassed Emma Hamm (265) for the program record, amassing 268 draw controls in just over two seasons. ... Miranda Stinson had five goals and three assists to help host Colorado (2-2) rout No. 17 Virginia Tech, 18-3. Tristan McGinley scored two goals for the Hokies (4-2). ... Maddie Howe scored four goals to lead No. 18 Notre Dame (5-2) to a 14-9 win over host Louisville (5-2).

Et cetera

Woodbine's Snyder wins third Big Ten wrestling title

Ohio State senior Kyle Snyder, a Good Counsel graduate and Woodbine native, defeated Michigan 's Adam Coon, 4-2, in the heavyweight final of the Big Ten wrestling championships for his third conference title, avenging his only college loss in the past three years. Snyder, a two-time national champion and Olympic champion, secured the win with a takedown in the second round of sudden victory. With four individual champions, Ohio State won the team title with 164.5 points, beating Penn State (148) and Michigan (118). The Buckeyes' Myles Martin (McDonogh) fell to Penn State's Bo Nickal, 7-5, in the 184-pound title match. Youssif Hemida finished fifth in the heavyweight division for Maryland, which placed 12th overall.

College baseball: Senior first baseman Kevin Biondic had a career high seven RBIs and junior right-hander Hunter Parsons pitched seven shutout innings as Maryland (7-4) won its fifth straight game, 13-1 over Ball State (4-6) in Conway, S.C. Biondic went 3-for-4 with a three-run homer and an RBI triple as he fell one short of the school record for RBIs in a game. ... Sophomore Bo Plagge hit a walk-off RBI single to give Towson (2-7) a come-from-behind 8-7 victory over visiting Albany (3-3).

Major Arena Soccer League: Bo Jelovac had three goals and two assists to lift the host Syracuse Silver Knights to a 6-4 win over the Blast in the regular-season finale for both teams. Daniel Peruzzi had two goals and one assist for the Blast, who will travel back to Syracuse to start their first-round Eastern Divisional playoff series Thursday at 7:05 p.m. Game 2 is Sunday at 5:05 p.m. at SECU Arena.

Short-track speedskating: Maame Biney of the United States captured bronze in the women's 1,000 meters and finished third overall at the World Junior Short Track Championships in Tomaszow Mazowieckei, Poland. Biney, a Ghana native who moved to Rockville at age 5 before relocating to her current residence of Reston, Va., won her second medal of the event by finishing in 1 minute, 34.592 seconds, just 0.341 of a second behind first-place finisher Kim Ji Yoo. South Korea. Biney won gold in the 500 on Saturday.