Jacob Montes scored in the 88th minute and the visiting No. 13 Georgetown men's soccer team earned a 1-0 victory over No. 3 Maryland on Tuesday night, ending the Terps' regular-season unbeaten streak at 30 games. Maryland (10-1-3), which played without starting defenders Chase Gasper and George Campbell, last suffered a regular-season defeat at Ohio State, 1-0, on Oct. 31, 2015. The Hoyas moved to 10-2-1.
Laurel Park: The 32nd annual Jim McKay Maryland Million on Saturday at Laurel Park will feature an 11-race program that includes seven stakes and four starter stakes. The event will be highlighted by the $150,000 Classic, where Admirals War Cry will attempt to make history by winning the 11/8-mile event for 3-year-olds and up for a third consecutive year. A total of 213 pre-entries were taken for ''Maryland's Day at the Races," including six defending champions and 10 previous Maryland Million winners. There will be a special first-race post time of 12:15 p.m. Final entries for all 11 Maryland Million races are due today and a formal post-position draw will be held starting at 4:30 p.m. inside Tips, Laurel's restaurant located on the first floor clubhouse. For more information on Maryland Million Day and a full schedule of events, go to marylandmillion.com.
College field hockey: The 12th-ranked Terps (11-5) built a 5-1 lead and held off No. 3 Virginia (12-3) for a 5-4 win in Charlottesville Tuesday evening. ... Salisbury climbed to No. 8 in National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III Coaches Poll.
College volleyball: Senior Tia Williams (Bel Air) had a match-high 12 kills to lead Bowie State (2-19) to its first sweep of the season over Elizabeth City State, 25-18, 25-21,25-22.
Women's college golf: Navy freshman Christine McDonnell was the individual medalist at the Sacred Heart Invitational last weekend. McDonnell topped the 39-player field with a two-round score of 151 (75-76; +7).
—From Sun staff and news services