Visiting Frostburg State became the first Division III men's college lacrosse team to reach 6-0 this season by winning, 12-4, over Lycoming (0-5) on Wednesday. Nick Stailey and Tate Rolland each had four goals for the Bobcats, who opened the game by scoring the first two goals and used a 6-0 spurt to break away.
More Division III: James Burton scored the first two goals of the game and finished with a game-high five goals to power host Salisbury (3-3) to a 13-4 victory over Hampden-Sydney (2-3). The win ended a two-game losing streak. The Sea Gulls scored four goals in each of the first three quarters.
Division I: Host Mount St. Mary's (2-4) put together a late rally that was turned away by Richmond goalie Benny Pugh (15 saves) and the Mount lost, 8-7. Mount St. Mary's, led by Mark Hojnoski with two goals and an assist, trailed 8-5 with 12 minutes left in the game and cut the lead to one with 8:28 left, but Pugh made three saves in the final seven minutes. The Spiders improved to 4-2.
Bolden among CAA women's hoops honorees
College of Charleston sophomore guard Bre Bolden (South River) was named the Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year. Bolden also made the All-CAA third team and defensive team. Towson redshirt senior forward LaTorri Hines-Allen was named to the All-CAA first team, and Towson guard Breonn Hughey made the rookie team. Senior guard Markell Smith is Towson's nominee for the Dean Ehlers Leadership Award.
Men's basketball: Former star center David Robinson and three others will receive the Distinguished Graduate Award from the United States Naval Academy Alumni Association on March 27 at 4:30 p.m. in Alumni Hall.
Baseball: Senior left fielder Tim Lewis had two doubles and two RBIs as the No. 16 Maryland baseball team (9-4) earned an 8-3 victory over Richmond (6-6) at the Harford Sports Complex in Bel Air. Three Terps relievers — redshirt freshman Ryan Selmer, freshman Taylor Bloom and junior Jared Price — combined to allow just one hit in 51/3 innings, with Selmer picking up his first career win.
Men's soccer: Navy named Dan Visser an assistant coach. He spent the past two seasons as head coach at Eastern Nazarene.
Obituaries: Former Bowie State basketball forward Rasheem King died Wednesday after battling sarcoma, a cancer of connective tissues, the school announced. He was 24. ... Joel C. Mack, a longtime administrator at Maryland State and UMES, died March 7 at his home in Martinsville, Va. Mack, a member of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Hall of Fame, was 88.
Women's soccer: UMBC announced its six- player 2015 incoming class, including midfielder Karen Aye of Columbia, defender Katherine Berkowitz (South River) and goalkeeper Mikayla Krinetz (Broadneck).
Veazey tops boxing card March 27 at Michael's
Joey "Bazooka Joe" Veazey of Baltimore Boxing Gym, a silver medalist at the National Junior Golden Gloves, will fight Lamont White of Washington for the East Coast junior middleweight championship on Baltimore Boxing Promotions' "Snap, Crackle and Pop" card March 27 at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie. In the co-feature, former football player Sam "Vanilla Gorilla" Crossed will defend his East Coast heavyweight title against Jeff Knight. Crossed set a record in 2013 by scoring the fastest knockout in history, disposing of Adrian Bean in four seconds. In other bouts, Allen "The Hampden Hammer" Burris will meet Tyrone "Jitter Bug" Jones and Courtney Hartlove will face Somer "Thunderstorm" Smith. Former college basketball player Stefon McCray, Joe Nolan, Ed Park, Steve Layer, Melad Attashy and Washington Golden Gloves champion Tommy Coe Jr. also will appear on the card. There will be a 50/50 raffle for the Brooke and Nathan Fenush Scholarship Fund. For tickets, call 410-375-9175 or go to Baltimoreboxing.com.
Baseball: Mitchell Nathanson will discuss his book "A People's History of Baseball" at a meeting of "Talkin' Baseball" on April 4 at 9 a.m. at Brighton Gardens, 7110 Minstrel Way, Columbia. For information, call 410-740-1145
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Hockey: Kraft Hockeyville will award America's most passionate hockey community with a 2015-16 NHL preseason game and $150,000 toward upgrading its local arena. To nominate a rink, go to KraftHockeyville.com.