Digest (April 4): Calvert Hall grad Warren helps Salisbury to men's lacrosse victory

Men's lacrosse results: Brandon Warren (Calvert Hall) made 10 saves and visiting Salisbury (9-3, 3-1 Capital Athletic Conference) won 6-5 over Christopher Newport (10-2, 3-1). Zach Pompea scored for a 6-4 Sea Gulls lead with 7:40 left in the game. ... Sean O'Brien scored the game-winner with 1:02 left in overtime as No. 14 Bucknell (8-3) won a 9-8 upset over No. 3 Yale (7-2). O'Brien (four goals) scored with 4:10 left in the third.

Women's lacrosse results: Carolyn Jamison (Westminster) scored twice, but visiting UMBC (9-4, 1-2 America East) fell 11-5 to Binghamton (5-6, 2-1). ... Krissy Murphy (Westminster) had a hat trick to lead host Salisbury (12-0. 4-0 Capital Athletic Conference) to an 18-6 victory over Christopher Newport (6-6, 2-1). The Sea Gulls went on a 10-3 run in the second half. .... Lindsey Ronbeck and Sydney Pirreca each scored four goals and No. 8 Florida (9-3, 4-0 Big East) won 15-3 over visiting Temple (7-5, 2-2). The Gators forced a running clock with 27:19 left in the second half. ... Abby Hormes (John Carroll) scored four goals to lead No. 19 High Point (8-2, 2-0 Big South ) to a 18-9 victory over host Campbell (5-7, 1-1). The win marked the seventh straight for the Panthers. ... Megan Whittle (McDonogh) had five goals and Kali Hartshorn had four goals to lead No. 3 Maryland (11-1) to a 15-8 victory over No. 10 Virginia (8-4).


Men's lacrosse award: Stevenson sophomore faceoff specialist Justin Burnette was named to the USILA Division III Team of the Week after winning 30 of 32 faceoffs in two victories.


Old Dominion transferplans to visit Maryland

Old Dominion redshirt junior forward Trey Porter said Wednesday that he plans on taking an unofficial visit Friday to Maryland, where he could be eligible to play basketball next season as a graduate transfer. Porter averaged career highs of 13.2 points and 6.2 rebounds for the Monarchs in 2017-18, and finished the season strong, averaging 18 points and 7.5 rebounds over the team's last four games. Playing a career-high 23.6 minutes a game, Porter also received attention during his breakout college season because he plays with an insulin patch. Porter was diagnosed with diabetes as an infant. A late-bloomer who played mostly soccer growing up in Fredericksburg, Va., and didn't start playing Amateur Athletic Union basketball until high school, Porter played two years at ODU after transferring from George Mason. The Terps were among the first teams to contact the 6-11, 225-pound Porter after he asked for his release. Porter graduated from ODU in December with a degree in communications. Porter said his decision won't be affected by whether 6-10 center Bruno Fernando opts to forgo his remaining college eligibility after his freshman year.

— Don Markus

National Hockey League : The Washington Capitals signed forward Brian Pinho to a two-year entry-level contract. Pinho's contract will carry an average annual value of $833,750. The Capitals selected Pinho in the sixth round, 174th overall, in the 2013 NHL entry draft .

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