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Digest: Salisbury wins in OT, will face Gettysburg in D-III men's lacrosse semifinal

Thomas Cirillo scored the unassisted game-winner with 3:23 left in overtime as host Salisbury (21-1) won, 11-10, over Denison (18-2) in an NCAA Division III tournament quarterfinal Wednesday night.

Carson Kalama (Bel Air) gave the Sea Gulls a 10-8 lead with six minutes left in regulation. The Big Red scored twice in the final 3:32, including the tying goal with 24 seconds left.

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Maryland's Taylor Cummings, Alice Mercer and Megan Whittle headline the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association Division I All-America team.

Salisbury will play Gettysburg (17-2), a 7-6 winner over York in overtime, in Sunday's semifinal. The Gulls beat the Bullets, 10-7, during the regular season.

College administration: After 22 years as athletic director at Washington College and 38 working in higher education, Bryan Matthews is retiring from his alma mater, effective this summer. A 1975 graduate, he returned to the college in 1978 to spend four years as men's lacrosse coach and assistant director of admissions. He then served as men's lacrosse coach and a tenured professor of physical education at Navy for 12 years before returning to Washington College as AD in 1994.

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Franchon Crews was confused as she looked around the University of Maryland Medical Center's URecFit gym. The middleweight boxer was looking for her training partner, Glenn Dezurn Jr., who had gone to the bathroom without her noticing.

Boxing: Baltimore light heavyweight Franchon Crews will compete at the Women's World Boxing Championships, which begin today and end May 27 in Astana, Kazakhstan. Crews, who received a first-round bye, will face Italy's Flavia Severina on Sunday. ... Baltimore Boxing middleweight prospect "Dangerous" Donald Wallace will make his pro debut against fellow newcomer Brian Straus in a scheduled four-round bout Saturday night at the ABC Sports Complex in Springfield, Va. Wallace is managed and trained by Jake Smith. For tickets, call 410-375-9175.

WNBA: Odyssey Sims scored 22 points, Karima Christmas had 11 points and 10 rebounds and the Dallas Wings (2-1) earned an 87-77 win over the host Washington Mystics (0-2) on Wednesday night. Washington got within 74-71 with 3:44 left, but Dallas scored on its next three possessions for an 81-73 lead. Christmas and Sims sealed it by combining to make six of six free throws down the stretch. Erin Phillips made three of Dallas' eight 3-pointers and finished with 16 points. The Wings also got 10 points from rookie Aerial Powers. Skylar Diggins missed her third straight game while recovering from an ACL tear suffered last season. Dallas gained some momentum at the end of the third quarter when Jordan Hooper hit a 3-pointer with 13 seconds left and Powers stole the inbound pass and made a layup to extend its lead to 67-55. Tayler Hill went 11 of 15 from the free-throw line and had 20 points for Washington. Emma Meesseman added 19 points with seven rebounds for the Mystics.

Fishing: The 13th annual Bass Pro Shop-CCA Kent Narrows Light Tackle & Fly Catch and Release Tournament is set for June 4 with fly, light tackle and kayak divisions. Boundaries are the Sassafras River to the north and Cedar Point to the south. To register, go to ccamd.org. For additional information, contact Tony Friedrich at 202-744-5013 or tony@ccamd.org.

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