Digest (Feb. 26): Maryland tops VCU for fifth straight baseball win

The Maryland pitching staff utilized nine arms as the Terps baseball team earned a 4-3 win over host VCU on Tuesday afternoon. The Terps (5-2) have won five straight games since starting the season 0-2. Freshman Maxwell Costes (Gilman) delivered the go-ahead RBI single to make it 3-2 in the seventh inning before senior AJ Lee gave the Terps an insurance run they would need with an RBI single in the ninth. John Murphy gave up a run in the ninth, but retired the last two batters he faced to record his Big Ten-leading third save of the season.

More college baseball: St. Mary's scored 15 of its 17 runs in the fifth inning or later of the two games to sweep McDaniel, 13-11 and 4-3. Jordan Rhodes (McDonogh) threw 42/3 innings in game one, allowing three hits and no earned runs while striking out six for McDaniel. ... Johns Hopkins got solid pitching from seniors Harrison Folk and Josh Hejka as the Blue Jays shut out Gwynedd Mercy, 5-0.

Women's college lacrosse: Chandler Kirby scored twice, the go-ahead and insurance goals, in the closing 2:54 of the game as No. 20 Michigan (6-0) won a 12-10 upset victory over No. 7 Denver (4-1). The visiting Wolverines went on a 4-0 run over the final 6:25 to win. Bea Behrins led the Pioneers with a hat trick. ... Ashlyn McGovern (St. Paul's), Maggie Jackson and Avery Shoemaker each scored three goals to lead No. 6 Virginia (5-0) to a 16-8 victory over host William & Mary (2-1). McGovern had a natural hat trick during a 7-0 run in the second half. The Cavaliers outscored the Tribe, 10-4, in the second half.

Men's college lacrosse: Jake Carraway (St. Mary's) had four goals and two assists to lead No. 19 Georgetown (3-1) to a 13-11 victory over host Mount St. Mary's (0-4). The Mount had a one-goal lead headed into the fourth quarter, but the Hoyas went on a 4-1 run. Matt Haggerty had a hat trick for Mount St. Mary's.

Pro basketball: The Capital City Go-Go , the NBA G League affiliate of the Washington Wizards , was defeated by the Lakeland Magic, 109-98, in the team's inaugural "Education Day" game on Tuesday afternoon. The Go-Go's Jordan McRae led all scorers with 32 points, his eighth-straight 20-point performance and 16th overall this season. Pe'Shon Howard (16), Wizards' assignee Troy Brown Jr. (12), Noah Allen (11) and Darel Poirier (10) all gave double-digit performances in the loss.

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