Digest: St. Bonaventure guard Jaylen Adams (Mount Saint Joseph) declares for NBA draft

St. Bonaventure junior point guard Jaylen Adams (Mount Saint Joseph) has declared for the NBA draft while not ruling out the possibility of returning for his senior season. Adams retained the right to maintain his college eligibility by not signing an agent. He also holds the option to pull his name from consideration by the May 24 deadline. Bonnies coach Mark Schmidt says he supports Adams' decision to "test the waters." Adams averaged 20.6 points last season to rank second in the Atlantic 10 Conference. He also led the A-10 and ranked seventh nationally in averaging 6.5 assists.

The Trojans have extended Enfield’s contract another two years, through the 2023 season, the school announced Wednesday.

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USC extends Hopkins alum Enfield's contract two years

After reaching its second consecutive NCAA tournament, Southern California has given men's basketball coach Andy Enfield (Johns Hopkins) his second consecutive contract extension. Enfield's contract was extended another two years, through the spring of 2023, the school announced. Terms were not disclosed. In 2013, Enfield signed a six-year deal, worth more than $1million each year. A year ago, after Enfield emerged as a candidate for Pittsburgh's coaching vacancy, USC gave him his first two-year extension. Enfield is 70-64 in four seasons at USC. The Trojans have improved each season of his tenure, from 11 wins in his first season to a school-record 26last season.

—Zach Helfand, Los Angeles Times

Men's soccer: United States under-20 coach Tab Ramos has named Maryland sophomore Eryk Williamson one of 25 players on the roster for the team's first international training camp of the year, held through Monday in London. The U.S. is set to open Group F play of the FIFA U-20 World Cup against Ecuador on May 22, followed by Senegal (May 25) and Saudi Arabia (May 28). The England training camp marks the team's first gathering since it became the first team to win the CONCACAF U-20 championship March 5, defeating Honduras on penalty kicks in the final.

NFL: Former Ravens practice squad quarterback David Fales signed with the Miami Dolphins. Fales, who played at San Jose State and was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the sixth round of the 2014 draft, was added to the Ravens' practice squad three separate times in two-plus months early in the season before being released a final time November 19. ... The Los Angeles Rams have signed former Washington Redskins center John Sullivan. He missed the 2015 season with a back injury, and he started just one game for the Redskins last season after the Minnesota Vikings released him.

Horse racing: The Maryland Jockey Club is offering a $100,000 bonus to trainers that accumulate the most points by running a minimum of five horses in stakes races on Preakness Weekend, May 19-20 at Pimlico Race Course. The weekend point leader will earn $50,000, followed by $25,000 for second, $12,000 for third, $7,000 for fourth, $4,000 for fifth and $2,000 for sixth. Points are awarded on a 10-7-5-3 scale for finishing first through fourth, with one point earned for each starter in a stakes race. The 142nd running of the $1.5 million Preakness Stakes (G1) highlights a $3.7 million stakes schedule and is one of eight stakes, four graded, on a May 20 card that includes the $250,000 Longines Dixie (G2), $150,000 Maryland Sprint (G3) and $150,000 Gallorette.

College baseball: Junior Zach Jancarski's RBI single in the eighth capped Maryland's four-run inning and its comeback 12-11 victory over Richmond (11-16) on Tuesday night. The Terps (19-8) had 14 hits, with four players posting multi-hit games. Senior Nick Cieri's three-run homer tied the game in the eighth before Jancarski's go-ahead single.

Women's college volleyball: Maryland announced the addition of setter Chloe Prejean to the team. Prejean is a third-team Under Armour All-American selection, the Terps' fourth All-American in this year's freshman class. Prejean also won the 2016 Wendy's High School Heisman for the state of Maryland.


Men's college lacrosse: Joe French had four goals and one assist to help No.12 Virginia (7-4) win, 20-7, over visiting Cleveland State (3-8) on Tuesday night. The Cavaliers led 15-2 at halftime. ... Brandon Watson scored five goals and Kyle D'Onofrio (Fallston) had four to lead host Stevenson (6-3, 3-0 Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth) to a 22-8 win over Lycoming (3-6, 1-2) on Tuesday night. The Mustangs went on a 9-2 run in the second quarter. ... Salisbury senior attackman Nathan Blondino was named Eastern College Athletic Conference South Region Offensive Player of the Week.

College tack and field: UMES senior Taj Showalter earned Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Track Athlete of the Week.

College field hockey: Moravian named Kristen Gillis, a former Goucher assistant, as its next coach. Gillis also worked at Loyola Maryland as a compliance coordinator and an assistant director of records for NCAA eligibility.

Wrestling: Navy assistant coach Nate Engel turned in a 4-0 record to win the 57-kg/125.5-pound weight class at the Maccabiah USA Team Trials held Sunday in Philadelphia and will represent the United States at the 20th Maccabiah Games on July 4-18 in Israel.