College Lacrosse

Digest (March 15): Bayhawks add three assistant coaches to staff

Chesapeake Bayhawks of Major League Lacrosse added three assistants — Bob Shillinglaw (Severna Park), Mark Goers (Towson) and Jack Bernhardt — to head coach Dave Cottle's staff. Shillinglaw retired last spring after 42 years as a college coach, including 39 at Delaware. Goers was one of the top faceoff specialists in Division I history and holds the NCAA record for single-season winning percentage after capturing 78.8 percent of draws as a junior at Towson. Bernhardt brings a diverse coaching background to the Bayhawks, having spent four decades in a variety of roles in football and lacrosse. He most recently spent four years working with the Houston Texans of the NFL. Bernhardt's three sons — Jesse, Jake and Jared — were standout players at Maryland with the older two currently playing in MLL. Bernhardt played Division I lacrosse at Towson, then Hofstra and initially began coaching the stick sport, restarting the varsity program at Long Beach High in New York in 1980.

Men's college: Salisbury goalkeeper Brandon Warren (Calvert Hall) was named ECAC Division III South Defensive Player of the Week.


Boys lacrosse: Cornell-bound Billy Coyle scored the game-winner with 3:07 left in overtime as visiting Hill Academy (Ontario) earned a 7-6 come-from-behind victory over Calvert Hall (3-1). The Cardinals scored all their goals in the first half. The Pride (2-1) sent the game to overtime by scoring with 2:30 left in regulation.



Five stakes races highlightSt. Patrick's Day Laurel card

Gary Barber, Wachtel Stable and Terp Racing's Still Having Fun, a winner of back-to-back stakes to open his sophomore campaign, will attempt to extend his streak to three straight making his two-turn debut in Saturday's $100,000 Private Terms at Laurel Park. The 29th running of the Private Terms for 3-year-olds, run at about 11/16 miles, highlights five stakes worth $450,000 in purses on the 11-race St. Patrick's Day program. First race post time is 1:10 p.m.

College baseball: AJ Wright hit a two-run single in the ninth inning as UMBC took advantage of three errors in the inning to defeat host Towson, 6-4. ... Despite a season high in runs, Coppin State dropped a 16-9 decision to Georgetown.

Major Arena Soccer League: Blast midfielder Tony Donatelli was named second-team All-MASL and defender Adriano Dos Santos was named to the third team. Blast goalkeeper William Vanzela was named honorable mention. The Blast host the Milwaukee Wave for the Eastern Conference title Friday at 7:30 p.m.

College basketball: ... Mount St. Mary's senior guard Junior Robinson was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District 18 first team. ... Morgan State seniors Tiwian Kendley and Phillip Carr were named NABC All-District 15 first team.

From Sun staff and news services