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Digest (Feb. 19): No. 3 Terps cruise past No. 16 Colgate, 11-6, in men's lacrosse

Jared Bernhardt scored four goals and Logan Wisnauskas added three goals and two assists to lift the No. 3 Maryland men’s lacrosse team to an 11-6 win over visiting No. 16 Colgate on Tuesday. After winning their past two games by one goal each — 10-9 over Richmond and 13-12 over Penn in overtime — the Terps opened the game with four straight goals and led 9-3 at halftime to move to 4-0. Mike Hawkins scored two goals for the Raiders (2-1).

More men’s lacrosse: Richmond scored seven first-quarter goals to take command in a 17-12 victory over visiting UMBC. Sophomore attackman Trevor Patschorke (Severna Park) led the UMBC offense with a career-high four-goal, two-assist outing. It was his second career hat trick, giving him 15 goals in six career games. Junior attackman Brett McIntyre came off the bench and notched his first career three-goal game, and senior transfer Josh Jordan scored twice and added an assist for UMBC (0-2), which scored its most goals in a game since a 15-4 win over Mercer in February 2017. The Retrievers got off to a strong start as Patschorke and Jordan scored 24 seconds apart in the first 2:53 of play to take a quick 2-0 lead. After Richmond (1-1) responded with a pair of goals, Jordan scored to give the visitors a 3-2 lead with 9:12 to play in the first quarter. But Richmond answered with five consecutive goals to end the quarter and lead 7-3 after 15 minutes. The Spiders extended the run to seven before McIntyre halted the surge at the 3:06 mark of the second quarter. UMBC outshot Richmond 46-42 and won 20 of 33 faceoffs. Freshman faceoff specialist Brandon Galloway won 14 of 20 and collected a team-best six ground balls. UMBC will host Mount St. Mary’s on Saturday at 4 p.m.

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US men’s soccer might play June friendly in D.C.

Audi Field was built primarily to house D.C. United, but the 20,000-seat soccer stadium was also designed to stage other events. And in what is its first major score outside of MLS, the venue has reached an agreement in principle to host a U.S. men’s national team friendly in June, multiple people familiar with the selection process said Tuesday. The opponent has not been secured yet by the U.S. Soccer Federation, which has scheduled games for June 4 or 5 and the 9th in the buildup to the Concacaf Gold Cup that begins June 15. The U.S. team’s opener is June 18 at the new MLS stadium in St. Paul, Minn. Cincinnati, which will have an expansion team in MLS this season, is the favorite to host the other U.S. friendly, said those sources, who requested anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly. Per policy, the USSF declined to comment on the venue search while negotiations continue, but a spokesman said the governing body is aiming to announce the choices in a few weeks. The U.S. men’s team last appeared in Washington in October 2016, a 1-1 draw with New Zealand at RFK Stadium. No venue in the country has hosted the men’s squad more than RFK, but with Audi Field’s opening last summer, the new venue has sought to attract international matches. RFK remains in the mix: On March 26, it will host a friendly between Peru and El Salvador. And FedEx Field in Landover will continue to appeal to large-scale matches, such as the annual International Champions Cup, featuring elite clubs from around the world.

— Steven Goff, The Washington Post

NBA G League: The Capital City Go-Go, the NBA G League affiliate of the Washington Wizards, acquired Michael Orris via the available player pool to fill the roster spot of Chris Chiozza, who is with Team USA for FIBA World Cup qualifying. Orris, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound guard from South Dakota State, most recently played for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.

Fishing: Lefty Kreh’s Tie Fest, in its 19th year, will again feature several seminars along with numerous local guides and fly shops providing advice on hot spots in the Mid-Atlantic Region and the best approaches to catch fish in those areas. Tie Fest is scheduled for Feb. 23-24 at the BWI Marriott Hotel, 1743 West Nursery Road, Linthicum. The event, named after the world-renowned Baltimore fly-fisherman who died in March at age 93, will run from 10 a.m to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 2:30p.m. Sunday. Admission will be $10 for each of the two days or $15 for both days. Anglers 16 and under and active military personnel will be admitted free. Go to tiefest.com, to view descriptions of all the seminars, registration information, photos and a complete schedule. Tie Fest can also be found on Facebook. “We have drawn some of the top fly fishing luminaries in the region this year— all ready to provide advice anglers won’t be able to find elsewhere,” event director Tony Friedrich said. There will be both free and for-pay seminars. The event also will have displays from numerous fly shops in the Chesapeake Bay area, local fishing guides and angling organizations. Shops include Tochterman’s, District Angling, Great Feathers and Beaver Creek. Attendees will be able to purchase supplies and discuss fishing strategies with these vendors. For further information contact Friedrich at tieflies@gmail.com.

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