Ex-Salisbury lacrosse assistant Dobbins leaves Ohio State
Dave Dobbins, a member of the Ohio State men's lacrosse staff the past five years, is leaving his position to join 3d Lacrosse as director of Connecticut. Before Ohio State, Dobbins spent six years as an assistant coach at Salisbury, where he was named the 2005 DivisionIII Assistant Coach of the Year. The Sea Gulls won four national championships and were a national runner-up once during Dobbins' tenure.
Men's basketball: Navy has announced its 2014-15 schedule, which includes the previously announced season opener against Michigan State, part of the inaugural Veterans Classic at the Naval Academy, at Alumni Hall on Nov. 14. The Midshipmen will play 18 Patriot League conference games and 12 nonconference games. Navy will play 15 games at Alumni Hall.
Baseball: Maryland pitcher Jake Stinnett was selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association All-Atlantic Region second team Wednesday. Stinnett finished the regular season with an 8-6 record and a 2.67 ERA.
Women's volleyball: Goucher named Kelli Wilkinson as its coach. An all-conference player for Towson, Wilkinson has coached at Notre Dame (Maryland), Stevenson and St. Paul's School for Girls. She is the director of the Baltimore Elite Volleyball Club.
More women: Navy soccer player Elizabeth Hoerner was nominated by the Patriot League for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.
Red Bull rallycross leg set for this weekend in D.C.
Volkswagen Rallycross DC, the third round of the 2014 Red Bull Global Rallycross Series, will be held Saturday and Sunday in Washington. The event will take place on the RFK Stadium Festival Grounds and will be televised live on NBC on Saturday. The festival will partner with local charity So Others Might Eat to hold a food drive at the event. Volkswagen Rallycross DC will host Andretti Science, Technology and Racing, a program for children interested in science and engineering. For tickets and more information, go to redbullglobalrallycross.com/dc or ticketmaster.com, or call 800-745-3000.
Varsity girls track and field: Elizabeth Seton senior long jumper and triple jumper Javonne Antoine was named the Gatorade Maryland Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year.
Rhythmic gymnastics: Marylanders Masha Khmelniker and Mia Shparaga (Reisterstown) will compete in Level 10 of the USA Rhythmic Gymnastics National Qualifier at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y., which starts Saturday. Marylanders Sofia Bzhilyanskaya and and Daria Mozolina will compete in Level 9.
NHL: The Washington Capitals announced their eight-game 2014-15 preseason schedule, which starts Sept. 21 and ends Oct. 5. The team will play at Verizon Center against the Buffalo Sabres (Sept. 21), Boston Bruins (Sept. 26), Philadelphia Flyers (Oct. 2) and Carolina Hurricanes (Oct. 5) at Verizon Center. Earlier this month, a team spokesman confirmed that the Capitals would forgo the Baltimore Hockey Classic this season.
—Alex Prewitt, The Washington Post
Softball: Hood coach Terry Burdette and Northern coach Robert Earl Radford will help guide a Maryland ASA All-Star squad in a doubleheader against the U.S. national team July 29 at 7p.m. at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf. The games are part of the national team's preparation for the ISF World Championships in August, hosted by the Netherlands. Tickets cost $20 and up. For more information, call 301-638-9788 or go to somdbluecrabs.com.
Youth basketball: The 10th Annual E.J. Henderson Youth Basketball Tournament will be held Thursday and June 26 and June 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Aberdeen middle and high schools. Hosted by Aberdeen alumnus and former Maryland and Minnesota Vikings linebacker E.J. Henderson, the event is free and open to area youth from third grade to 12th grade.
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Athlete, county, medal, race
¿April Towler, St. Mary’s County, silver, golf
¿Linda Wolfe, Frederick County, bronze, golf
¿Team Maryland, gold, flag football, final score 16-14
¿Meaghan Hyer, Howard County, gold, tennis
¿Amanda Lowe, St. Mary’s County, bronze, 2K (cycling) with a time of 8:54.90
¿Dave Peterson, Anne Arundel County, gold, 2K (cycling) with a time of 4:32.00
¿Team Maryland, gold, Division 4 unified soccer
¿Brian Salewski, Montgomery County, gold, singles tennis
¿Matt Weingram, Baltimore City, gold, 10K/10,000M race with a personal best of 55:44
¿Team Maryland, gold, unified softball, final score 11-7¿
¿Betsy Long, Margie French, Dolly Hall and Eddie Adams, Washington County (Margie & Dolly), Baltimore City (Eddie), Gold, in Bocce team (4 players)
¿Sedi Penna & Lisa Calhoun, Frederick County (Sedi) & Lisa (Montgomery County, – Silver, Spring, Bronze, – Doubles Bowling
¿Paul Freyman & Thomas Smith, Paul (Anne Arundel County) & Thomas (Calvert County), Gold ,– Doubles Bowling