Digest (April 11): Navy turns back Virginia in women's lacrosse

Women's college lacrossse: No. 12 Navy (10-3) scored eight goals per half and won 16-13 over No. 15 Virginia (8-6). The Mids were led by Kelly Larkin with four goals and three goals by Julia Collins (River Hill) and Meg O'Donnell (North Harford). ... Dempsey Arsenault scored four goals to lead No. 2 Boston College (15-0) to a 13-10 victory over No. 17 Dartmouth (7-3). The host Eagles led 11-5 at the half. ... Brooke Stevens (Catonsville) and Samantha Herman (Patterson Mill) had four goals each to lead No. 20 High Point (10-2) to a 19-1 rout over host Presbyterian for its 10th straight win.

Men's college lacrosse: Johns Hopkins senior attackman Shack Stanwick was selected as one of 10 finalists nationwide for the Senior CLASS Award. The award is designated for NCAA Division I seniors who have notable achievements in four areas – community, classroom, character and competition. ... No. 15 Notre Dame (6-4) scored twice in the final 42 seconds to win 7-6 over host Marquette (5-5). Bryan Costabile (Mount Saint Joseph) had the tying goal and Ryder Garnsey scored the game-winner with 15 seconds left.

College track and field: The Mount St. Mary's University men's indoor track & field team has earned the Northeast Conference Team Sportsmanship Award.

College football: Navy football seniors Josh Brown and Winn Howard were selected to the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society. Nominees for the Hampshire Honor Society must have completed their final year of eligibility in 2017, maintain a minimum undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher and be a starter or significant contributor throughout the 2017 season. ... Maryland linebacker Jalen Brooks and kicker Adam Greene (Broadneck) also were named to the Hampshire Honor Society.

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