The No. 2 Maryland men's lacrosse team defeated No. 20 North Carolina , 11-7, on Saturday night as the Terps (7-1) built an early lead and held on against the Tar Heels (6-4) in the Pacific Coast Classic in Costa Mesa, Calif. Connor Kelly had four goals and Jared Bernhardt added three for Maryland, while William Perry and Chris Cloutier each scored twice for North Carolina.



Former City forward Fair signs with Bulls

The Chicago Bulls signed forward CJ Fair (City). Fair, a 2014 All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team pick at Syracuse, has appeared in 47 G-League games (25 starts) this season, splitting time between the Windy City Bulls and the Fort Wayne Mad Ants . He has averaged 10.1 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 25.4 minutes per game. Fair, 26, spent 2016 in France, playing for Limoges Cercle Saint-Pierre in Eurocup. He returned to the United States in 2017 and played with the Mad Ants until he was traded to Windy City earlier this season. In a related move, Chicago waived forward Jaylen Johnson.

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More men's college lacrosse: No. 4 Notre Dame outscored host Ohio State 4-2 in the final 15 minutes for a 9-8 victory Sunday. Brendan Gleason, Ryder Garnsey and Mikey Wynne (St. Paul's) each scored two goals for the Fighting Irish (5-2, 1-0). Coach Kevin Corrigan earned his 300th career victory, with 290 coming with Notre Dame. Tre Leclaire had three goals and two assists for the Buckeyes (5-4).

Women's college lacrosse: Carly Bowes scored four goals to lead host Stevenson (2-6) to a 14-12 win over Buffalo State (4-2). ... Shannon Stull (Francis Scott Key) had a hat trick for the second straight game but Goucher (0-9, 0-1 Landmark Conference) fell, 21-4, to visiting Scranton (5-3, 1-0). ... Molly Biggers scored three goals but host Frostburg State (3-5-1) lost, 22-8, to visiting Christopher Newport (4-5). ... Galen Lew scored in double overtime to lead host No. 18 Stanford to a 12-11 win over No. 12 Southern California. Lew finished with three goals and two assists for the Cardinal, who scored the final four goals in regulation.

College baseball: Maryland (12-12) clinched its three-game series against Stetson (19-5) with a 2-0 win behind a dominant outing from junior right-hander Hunter Parsons. Parsons pitched a two-hitter, striking out a career-best nine batters. The junior faced only three batters over the minimum, allowing singles in the fourth and fifth innings and a hit by pitch in the seventh. ... Right fielder Colin Gimblet went 4-for-5 with a career-high five RBIs to lead visiting Towson (4-17, 1-2 Colonial Athletic Association) to a 10-2 win over Delaware (12-9, 2-1) after dropping the first two games of the weekend series. Right-hander Michael Adams allowed just five hits and struck out a career-high 10 batters over eight innings for the Tigers.

Baseball: The Washington Nationals released former Orioles pitcher Jeremy Hellickson , then signed him to a minor league contract to avoid paying him a retention bonus. ... The Seattle Mariners optioned former Orioles right-hander Ariel Miranda to to Triple-A Tacoma.

Horse racing: The seventh annual Totally Thoroughbred Horse Show will take place July 7 beginning at 8 a.m. in the infield at Pimlico Race Course. All proceeds from ticket sales and entry fees will benefit Beyond the Wire, a Thoroughbred aftercare program launched in 2016 by the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association. Since 2012, the Totally Thoroughbred Horse Show has offered more than $95,000 in prize money and raised more than $67,000 to benefit Thoroughbred aftercare charities. This year, more than $18,000 in prize money is available in 20 classes highlighted by the $10,000 Hillwood Stable Jumper Speed Stake and the $1,000 Dark Hollow Farm Open Hunter Classic. There will also be new Junior Jumper and Schooling Hunter Over Fences classes. Kip Rosenthal, Barbara Kirchener Magrogan and Robin Wyman will serve as this year's judges. For entry fees, forms and further information contact Phoebe Hayes, Director of Horsemen's Relations for the Maryland Jockey Club, at 301-470-5454 or phoebe.hayes@marylandracing.com.

National Women's Soccer League: The Washington Spirit fell, 2-1, to the host Seattle Reign on Saturday night in the regular-season opener for both teams. Midfielder Joanna Lohman scored in the 68th minute for Washington off an assist from Argentine international Estefania Banini. U.S. international forward Megan Rapinoe was involved in both goals for Seattle, starting with her own goal off a free kick in the seventh minute. Rapinoe assisted Jodie Taylor's goal in the 35th minute.

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