Maryland alumnus Sean Bosdosh, a professional from Holly Hills Country Club, sat in a four-way tie for first after one day of the Maryland Open, but a strong second day helped him pull into the lead by himself with 18 holes to play.
Bosdosh shot a 7-under 65 Tuesday at Bulle Rock Golf Course in Havre de Grace, lowering his score to 10 under for the week and taking a two-stroke lead over Connor Tendall, another former Terp and an unattached professional.
Bosdosh eagled the par-5 eighth hole and the par-5 14th, and birdied six holes to erase three bogeys.
Gilman alumnus Brad Miller, another unattached professional, shot a 2-under 70 each of the first two days to move into third place at 4 under.
He, Bosdosh and Tendall will be the last threesome today, starting play at 9:30 a.m.
Through the first day of golf Monday, Bosdosh and Tendall shared the top spot with Matt Bassler (Loyola Maryland) and Billy Peel, a Potomac native who played at Eastern Kentucky.
Peel shot an even-par 72 Tuesday to stay in fourth, but Bassler slipped to plus-3 and fell 10 strokes off the lead. The winning purse for the tournament is $45,000.
Maryland fall stakes slate has 32 races worth $3.25M
The Maryland Jockey Club on Tuesday announced a $3.25 million fall stakes schedule featuring 32 stakes races (four graded) and five Super Saturdays with four or more stakes races. Highlights of the fall program at Laurel Park, which will offer five additional stakes and $150,000 more in purses than 2015, include:
•Laurel Turf Festival on Sept. 10, opening day, featuring three listed stakes — $150,000 Lady Baltimore, $100,000 Laurel Dash and $100,000 Laurel Turf Cup — as well as the $75,000 Laurel Futurity and $75,000 Selima.
•Commonwealth Day on Sept. 24 featuring three graded stakes — the $200,000 Commonwealth Derby (G2), $200,000 Commonwealth Turf Cup (G2) and $150,000 Commonwealth Oaks (G3). The day will feature a total of eight turf stakes with total purses of $850,000.
•Fall Festival Day on Nov. 19 featuring the $250,000 Frank De Francis Dash (G3) and six other stakes with the day's total purses $825,000.
•Two stakes for Maryland-bred/Maryland-sired horses Dec. 10 — the $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Futurity and Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship.
•Five stakes totaling $475,000, including the Dave's Friend, Thirty Eight Go Go and The Marylander, on Dec. 31.
Ex-Friends star Douglas commits to play at UCF
Former Friends basketball standout Myles Douglas, now a rising senior at Virginia-based Paul VI, has made an oral commitment to play at Central Florida. Douglas, a 6-foot-6 small forward, was a two-year starter at Friends before averaging 10 points and five rebounds at Paul VI this past season. Douglas is considered a four-star recruit by ESPN.
More men's basketball: Recent Loyola Maryland graduate Franz Rassman was named the Patriot League Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Rassman, a forward, majored in business administration in finance and had a 3.941 GPA. ... George Washington will face Florida State in the BB&T Classic on Dec. 4 at Verizon Center.
Women's basketball: CCBC-Dundalk named Rick Armijo coach. Armijo, who is also the Lions' head softball coach, has coached Baltimore County high school boys and girls for more than 15 years, most recently leading the Dundalk High girls from 2011 to 2016.
Men's lacrosse: UMBC named Jamison Koesterer and Neil Hutchinson assistant coaches. Koesterer, an NCAA champion at Johns Hopkins in 2005 and 2007, has spent the past four seasons at Ohio State after two years as a volunteer coach at his alma mater. Hutchinson, a Loyola Blakefield alumnus, just completed his second season as a volunteer assistant at Towson, his alma mater, where he played after transferring from CCBC-Essex.
Football: Maryland linebacker Jermaine Carter Jr. was one of 51 players named to the Butkus Award watch list. The award is given annually to the nation's top linebacker.
Men's soccer: Recent UNCW graduate Colin Bonner (Reservoir), now with FC Dallas, was selected as the Colonial Athletic Association Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Bonner, who was a forward, majored in business administration and had a 3.80 GPA.
9-year-old girl sets state cobia record
Emma Zajdel, 9, of Ocean City has set a Maryland fishing record with a 94.6-pound cobia, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has confirmed. Zajdel caught the cobia June 30 while fishing with family and friends near Little Gull Shoals about a mile and a half east of Assateague Island. Zajdel says she worked for about 20 minutes to reel in the fish, which she originally believed to be a shark. The fish measured 66.5 inches. The previous record of 79 pounds was set by Jack Latimer in 2014.
More fishing: Rob Pellicot of Frederick won the 27th annual Tuna-ment, which is conducted by the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association. He weighed in an 86.5-pound yellowfin at Curtiss-Merritt Harbor in Chincoteague, Va.; the tournament had weigh-in stations in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. Pellicot won $6,205.
Major League Soccer: D.C. United defender Jalen Robinson (Mount Saint Joseph), 22, was named to the homegrown roster for the MLS Homegrown Game for the second year in a row and will play the Mexico Under-20 national team July 27 at 9 p.m. in San Jose, Calif.
Sun staff and news services contributed to this article.