Digest (Sept. 4): Wizards' G League team to host open tryouts

The Capital City Go-Go, the Washington Wizards ' NBA G League affiliate, will hold an open tryout for local players at the Saint Elizabeths East Sports & Entertainment Arena in Washington on Sept. 15. The local player tryout is a feature of the NBA G League in which players participate in drills in front of Go-Go personnel for a chance at an invitation to Capital City's training camp in October. The Go-Go are able to invite up to five players from the tryout to training camp. Registration for the tryout opened Tuesday. Players who want to attend the tryout must meet NBA G League player requirements and complete all steps of the registration process at


before arriving for the tryout. There is a nonrefundable registration fee of $150 to participate. Registration for the tryout will close Sept. 12 at 5 p.m. Participation spots in the tryout are limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Players participating in the tryout will receive a Go-Go jersey for use during the tryout and will also receive a complimentary ticket to a Go-Go home game during the 2018-19 season. There will be no parking available at the arena the day of the tryout. Players attending should take the Metro or be dropped off at the location. The tryout will be closed to public viewing.


Roster announced for U.S.women's lacrosse team

It will be a mix of old and new when the U.S. women's national team takes the field against James Madison in the Team USA Fall Classic at US Lacrosse headquarters in Sparks on Oct. 6. U.S. coach Jenny Levy announced the 27-player roster. The 27-player roster includes 12 of the 18 players that won gold with the 2017 U.S. World Cup team, a handful of other veterans from the U.S. team program and several recent college graduates. Returning World Cup players include Alex Aust, Becca Block, Kristen Carr, Taylor Cummings, Megan Douty, Brooke Griffin, Katie Haus, Gussie Johns, Marie McCool, Alice Mercer, Kayla Treanor and Michelle Tumolo. Johns and McCool were both seniors in college last year and will be joined by eight other members of the Class of 2018: Kasey Behr, Sarah Brown, Kristen Gaudian, Kelly Glatthorn, Courtney Murphy, Katie O'Donnell, Kylie Ohlmiller and Shayna Pirreca. The U.S.-James Madison matchup is the second game of a doubleheader at US Lacrosse on Oct. 6 featuring the reigning world and national champions. The day opens with the U.S. Men playing Yale at noon. Tickets are available online at


Glenelg's LeFevre honoredfor play with Hopkins

Johns Hopkins sophomore goalie Xander LeFevre (Glenelg) was named the Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week for men's soccer. He led the Blue Jays to a sweep of the Mary Washington Soccer Classic, allowing one goal on a penalty kick.

College football: Salisbury running back Mike-Ryan Mofor (Laurel resident) was named to's Team of the Week after rushing for a career-high 237 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Albright.

Men's college cross country: Stevenson senior Langston Gash (Edgewood) was named the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association NCAA Division III Cross Country Athlete of the Week. Gash won the Mustang Stampede against a field of 43 runners. Gash finished the 4-kilometer course in 12 minutes, 37.97 seconds, which was 15 seconds faster than the runner-up. He also led the Mustangs to the team title.

Women's college cross country: Johns Hopkins junior Caelyn Reilly of the Johns Hopkins women's cross country team has been named the Centennial Conference Women's Cross Country Athlete of the Week. Reilly led the way for the Blue Jays at the Mount St. Mary's Duals, winning the 5k race in 18:17.77.

Women's college soccer: Johns Hopkins junior Maggie Coulson scored four goals this weekend to earn the Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

Women's college golf: Mount St. Mary's completed the final round of the Roseanne Schwartz Invitational on Tuesday afternoon. Sophomore Olivia Gardenhour led the way for the Mountaineers, shooting a 16-over at the tournament to finish in a tie for 24th place.

Men's college water polo: Navy freshman Isaac Salinas was named Rookie of the Week by the Collegiate Water Polo Association after helping Navy to a 2-1 record at the Navy Open with six goals and three assists.

From Sun staff and news services