Michigan announced the hiring of Sean Magee as director of player personnel after serving in the same role at Navy for the past five seasons. Magee, a former Navy offensive lineman, led the planning process for recruiting, oversaw geographical assignments of assistant coaches and coordinated on-campus visits for the Midshipmen. He was also the program's liaison to admissions, academics and compliance within the academy and worked externally with NFL organizations. "Sean brings a strong recruiting history and an experienced personnel background to the University of Michigan," Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh said in a news release. "We are excited to have his military experience, leadership skills and organizational talents help make our program great."

Navy men's lacrosse not expecting starting attackman Jack Ray back for "at least a couple weeks"

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Mids attackman Ray to miss 'at least a couple weeks'

No. 17 Navy earned its first win of the season in Saturday's 11-5 victory at Delaware without starting attackman Jack Ray, and the team is bracing for another two weeks without the 6-foot-6, 261-pound junior. Coach Rick Sowell said that Ray is dealing with a foot injury that flared up in the first quarter of a 15-12 loss to then-No. 2 Maryland on Feb. 11. Ray played through the injury, but Sowell said the team has decided to keep him on the sideline for "at least a couple weeks." "Unfortunately, he's had to deal with foot injuries since he's been here," Sowell said. "We're just shutting him down a little bit and seeing how it responds, and we'll go from there."

—Edward Lee

More men: No. 14 Richmond (3-0) scored four of the last five goals in a 10-7 victory over host Mount St. Mary's (0-3). Mount's Bubba Johnson scored to tie the game for the fourth and final time at 6 with 12:45 left to play. Brendan McCarthy had a hat trick for Mount St. Mary's. ... Ohio State junior defenseman Erik Evans (Calvert Hall) was named Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week. Maryland sophomore Austin Henningsen was picked Specialist of the Week. ... Towson sophomore midfielder Jon Mazza was selected Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week.

Women: No. 7 Stony Brook (3-0) used an 11-0 run in the first half in a 19-3 win over host Marist (0-2). Courtney Muphy finished with five goals and an assist for the Seawolves. ... Maryland junior attacker Megan Whittle was named Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week. ... Towson sophomore attacker Carly Tellekamp was selected CAA Player of the Week.

Et cetera

Former Terp Mullins signs extension with D.C. United

Patrick Mullins (Maryland), whose arrival last summer helped invigorate D.C. United's bland attack and secure a Major League Soccer playoff berth, has signed a multiyear contract extension. His previous deal was to expire after the 2017 season. Terms were not disclosed, but the 25-year-old striker apparently received a major pay raise. Sources familiar with the deal said he is slated to earn a base salary of $250,000 this year and $260,000 next year, with the club holding an option in 2019 worth $310,000. The first two years are guaranteed. Last year Mullins had a base salary of $96,250 and overall earnings of $126,250, according to the MLS players' union.

—Steven Goff, The Washington Post

National Women's Soccer League: The NWSL announced the schedule for its opening weekend. The North Carolina Courage, which moved this season after winning the NWSL championship as the Western New York Flash, will visit the Washington Spirit in a rematch of the title game April 15. Teams will play a 24-game schedule evenly divided between home and away matches. Training camps opens March 13.

NHL: The Washington Capitals have recalled forward Travis Boyd from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League. He has scored 43 points (11 goals and 32 assists) in 53 games with the Bears this season and leads the team in assists and ranks second in points. ... The Toronto Maple Leafs placed former Capital Brooks Laich on waivers, two days after the veteran center questioned where he fit in the team's plans, the Associated Press reported. The Maple Leafs acquired the 33-year-old in a trade with Washington a year ago.

Major League Lacrosse: The Chesapeake Bayhawks will play their second home game of the season at Homewood Field in Baltimore on May 19 at 7:30 p.m. The Bayhawks are also considering playing in College Park in 2018. For ticket information, go to thebayhawks.com, email sales@thebayhawks.com, or call 866-994-2957.

Youth soccer: The Blast announced dates and locations for full-day and half-day summer camps in Baltimore County and Howard County. Additional dates and locations will be announced as they are confirmed in Harford County, Baltimore County, and Baltimore City. For more information or to register, go to baltimoreblast.com/camps/register/.

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