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Schmitt helps Loyola top Hopkins in OT in women's lacrosse

Hannah Schmitt assisted on the first goal in overtime with 3:04 left and scored the second with 58 seconds left to lift No. 16 Loyola Maryland over No. 18 Johns Hopkins, 12-10, Wednesday. Neither team led by more than two goals. The host Greyhounds (1-1) had a two-goal lead with four minutes left. Alexis Maffucci tied the score for the Blue Jays (2-2) with eight seconds left in regulation. Schmitt finished with four goals.

More state: Abby Wilson (Fallston) had four goals and UMBC (2-2) won, 9-5, over host American (1-3). The Retrievers (2-2) used a 7-2 run in the first half to build the lead. ... Host Navy (4-1) opened with a 3-0 run and won, 13-7, against beating Villanova (0-2). The Mids were led by Loren Generi with three goals and two assists. Katie Gallagher (C. Milton Wright) added two goals and two assists.

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National: Kayla Treanor scored five goals to lead No. 2 Syracuse (5-0) to a 12-11 decision over visiting Connecticut (1-3). Treanor's last goal, with 6:07 left, gave the Orange a two-goal lead. ... Olivia Humpe scored four goals to lead No. 11 Princeton (2-0) to an 8-4 victory over visiting Drexel (1-2). The Tigers led 5-0 at halfitme.

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JHU defenseman Enright out with 'serious injury'

Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala said starting defenseman Robert Enright will not play Saturday against No. 18 Princeton and is out indefinitely. Pietramala said Enright, a senior who has six ground balls and two caused turnovers in four starts, was dealing with "a serious injury." Inside Lacrosse reported Saturday that Enright left that day's 13-11 loss at No. 4 North Carolina with what appeared to be a right knee injury. Pietramala declined to call it a season-ending injury, saying that the coaches have not received a complete diagnosis. But he did confirm that Enright, who started all 16 games last season and finished with 18 ground balls and six caused turnovers, will miss an extended period of time.

For more of Edward Lee's blog post on Enright, go to baltimoresun.com/lacrosseinsider

State game: Visiting Stevenson (1-1, 1-0) held Messiah (0-1, 0-1) scoreless for the last three quarters and won, 13-1 in the Commonwealth Conference opener for both teams. Ben Richards (Bel Air) made eight saves and Pat Candon had five goals for the Mustangs.

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Wisconsin's plane makes emergency landing in Pa.

The Wisconsin men's basketball team had a tough night. The No. 5 Badgers returned to Madison on Wednesday after getting stuck in Pittsburgh after a 59-53 loss on Tuesday night at No. 14 Maryland. The plane flying the team home had to make an emergency landing because of an engine malfunction. The team posted on Twitter that everyone was safe. The Badgers stayed at three hotels in Pittsburgh. Players studied Wednesday morning before leaving for Wisconsin in the early afternoon. "Well 16 hours later and we have finally made it safely back to Madison," forward Duje Dukan said on Twitter.

More men's college basketball: All-session and single-session tickets for the Big Ten tournament will go on sale to the public Monday. The tournament will be at the United Center in Chicago on March 11-15; first-round games will have general-admission seating. Single-session ticket prices range from $20 to $85; all-session tickets are available for $200 or $275. Tickets can be purchased at Ticketmaster outlets, at ticketmaster.com, by calling 800-745-3000.

College golf: Loyola Maryland was picked to win the Patriot League title in a vote of head coaches and sports information directors. Navy was picked for third, behind Army. The Navy women were picked for fifth.

College baseball: Johns Hopkins was selected to finish first, McDaniel ninth and Washington College 10th in the Centennial Conference in preseason poll.

Lacrosse: US Lacrosse approved the reconstitution of the Chesapeake (Maryland) Chapter, which had been dissolved in 2010. Led by local volunteers and supported by national staff in Baltimore, the chapter will deliver programs, services and leadership to the lacrosse community in Anne Arundel County and surrounding areas not served by other chapters.

Major Arena Soccer League: Blast forward Lucas Roque was named to the MASL Team of the Week. Goalie William Vanzela and forwards Tony Donatelli and Jamie Darvill received honorable mention. ... Retired defender Lance Johnson's induction into the Baltimore Blast Hall of Fame, previously scheduled for last Friday, was rescheduled for halftime of the first home game of the 2015-16 season.

Boxing: Baltimore featherweight Gervonta "Tank" Davis, 20, defeated Puerto Rico's Israel "Macho" Suarez on Friday night, winning by knockout 47 seconds into the first round. The victory in the scheduled six-round bout on the "ShoBox: The New Generation" undercard at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh improved Davis' record to 10-0 with nine knockouts; Suarez fell to 4-5-2 with one knockout.

Varsity girls: St. Vincent Pallotti is accepting applications for varsity head coaching positions in soccer and basketball. Letters of application and resumes should be emailed to athletic director Rick Diggs at rdiggs@pallottihs.org.

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