Junior Josh Fawole scored in the 107th minute to give the Loyola Maryland men's soccer team a 3-2 double-overtime win at Holy Cross Saturday afternoon. Trailing 2-0, Fawole scored his first of the game in the 39th minute when he converted his first collegiate penalty kick. Sophomore Jake Dengler had been taken down in the box on the Greyhounds' corner kick to draw the foul. In the midst of Loyola looking for its equalizer, the Crusaders were awarded a penalty kick in the 67th minute, but sophomore Chase Vosvick made his third PK save of the season to keep the Greyhounds within striking distance. Junior Barry Sharifi then netted Loyola's equalizer in the 81st minute when he stuck a ball into the top-right corner of the goal from 25 yards out. Vosvick was able to save Holy Cross' shot in the first overtime period, allowing Fawole to finish a cross from junior Brian Saramgo for the game-winning goal in the 107th minute. ... Senior Amar Sejdic scored a pair of goals and senior Chase Gasper had three assists to lead Maryland (6-5-3, 3-3 Big Ten) to a 5-0 victory over Ohio State (1-12-2, 0-5-1) on Friday.
Field hockey: Fifteenth-ranked Johns Hopkins scored a goal in each half to defeat visiting and No. 19th Ursinus, 2-0. Katie McErlean and Izzy Thompson scored for the Jays. ... Tara Daddio scored twice as No. 8 Salisbury earned a 4-0 win against St. Mary's.
Women's soccer: Hood coach Conor Prachar was chosen for the United Soccer Coaches 30 Under 30 class. The class features 15 men and 15 women selected from a pool of nearly 400 applicants. Each member of the 30 Under 30 class receives an educational scholarship that provides registrations for the United Soccer Coaches convention and an advanced diploma course of the coach's choosing, as well as a travel stipend to cover costs for attending these events. ... McDaniel scored three second-half goals to top Muhlenberg, 4-1. Maddie Schwartz scored two goals to lead the Green Terror and Lindsey Farrell (Loch Raven) added a goal.
MJCAC: The Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference selected Montgomery's Sahor "Pa" Keluntang (men's soccer), Harford's Kasie Lambert (women's soccer), Montgomery's Anna Chepurnove (volleyball), Haford's Hassan Eissa (men's cross country) and Anne Arundel's Emily Jacobsen (women's cross country) as Players of the Month for September.
Sprint football: Navy (4-1, 3-0 Collegiate Sprint Football League South) used a strong second-half performance to post a 31-0 victory over Chestnut Hill (2-3, 2-1 CSFL South) on Friday night at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium . The Midshipmen's defense did not allow a first down in the second half, holding the visitors to 31 yards of total offense in the final two quarters.
Charity cornhole tourneyset for Museum of Industry
The second Beltway Boards + Brews celebrity cornhole tournament will be held Monday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. The Orioles' Chris Davis and Mike Wright Jr. will join 30 other players from the Ravens, Washington Redskins and Washington Mystics for a pro-am-style cornhole tournament for charity. All event proceeds will go to supporting former Ravens kicker Matt Stover's nonprofit, the Players Philanthropy Fund. For more information, go to ppf.org.
Triathlon: Billy Busko, 54, a Dulaney graduate and former Cockeysville resident who lives in New York, finished 46th of 212 participants in the 50-54 age group in the Ironman World Championship on Oct. 13 in Kona, Hawaii. Busko finished in 10 hours, 14 minutes, 32 seconds, eighth among Americans in his age group. The time was his second best in the nine times he has finished the race.
— From Sun staff and news services