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Digest: Terps right-hander Shawaryn drafted 148th overall by Red Sox

Maryland pitcher Mike Shawaryn delivers during an NCAA college baseball tournament regional game against South Carolina in Columbia, S.C., Shawaryn's 10 wins are tied for most in the nation, and he'll go into his Friday night start against Indiana on a streak of 20 shutout innings. He has struck out 24 since he last walked a batter on April 10.
Maryland pitcher Mike Shawaryn delivers during an NCAA college baseball tournament regional game against South Carolina in Columbia, S.C., Shawaryn's 10 wins are tied for most in the nation, and he'll go into his Friday night start against Indiana on a streak of 20 shutout innings. He has struck out 24 since he last walked a batter on April 10. (Stephen B. Morton / AP)

Maryland junior right-hander Mike Shawaryn was selected in the fifth round with the 148th overall pick by the Boston Red Sox in the Major League Baseball draft Friday.

Shawaryn holds school records for career wins (30), career strikeouts (307), career innings pitched (307 1/3), single-season wins (13) and single-season strikeouts (138). He was named a first-team All-American in 2015 and a freshman All-American in 2014.

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"We're extremely happy for Mike," Terps coach John Szefc said in a statement. "Mike is a first-class guy on and off the field, and he was worked incredibly hard over the last three years to put himself in this position. We are excited to see what he does in the future."

The Orioles took a college outfielder in the third round.

Shawaryn finished his junior season with six wins and a 3.18 ERA. He pitched 99 innings, the sixth most in the Big Ten Conference, while allowing a .195 batting average against, the third-best mark in the conference. Shawaryn's 97 strikeouts ranked fourth in the Big Ten.

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Et cetera

One name linked to the Princeton opening is Shawn Nadelen, who just guided Towson to the NCAA tournament quarterfinals for the first time since 2003.

Towson athletic director Tim Leonard confirmed that Princeton requested permission to interview men's lacrosse coach Shawn Nadelen for the same position after the season ended. Princeton fired Chris Bates on April 6 for his role in elbowing a Brown player during a game four days earlier. Bates was 53-42 in seven seasons at the school. Nadelen, 37, has ties to Princeton, having served as an assistant there under former coach Bill Tierney from 2002 to 2004. He signed an extension Aug. 20 to remain at Towson through the 2019 season, and another year was added after the team swept the 2016 Colonial Athletic Association regular-season and tournament championships. Leonard said he is working with Nadelen to give assistant coaches raises, as well as other requests. "I have every reason to believe he will be the coach at Towson," Leonard said.

Nadelen had said as recently as last month that he had no interest in leaving the Tigers, pointing out that his wife Mary is a professor in the university's kinesiology department and he, his wife and two children have settled in the Baltimore area.

—Edward Lee

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More men's college lacrosse: Yale announced that coach Andy Shay has signed a contract extension. Details of the contract were not available. … Jacksonville hired Providence assistant John Galloway as head coach and current Florida Launch attackman-midfielder Casey Powell as offensive coordinator.

Women's acrobatic gymnastics: Emma Bentov-Lagman, Cristin Connerney and Lilianna Dyer of 1st Class Gymnastics in Annapolis are in first place in the senior balance routine preliminaries at the USA Gymnastics Championships in Providence, R.I., with a score of 27.620. Savannah Bentley, Hannah Silverman and Elise Stickley of Emilias Acro Gymnastics in Columbia are second (23.040).

The Maryland men's basketball team will return to Baltimore for a second straight season, a source with knowledge of the situation said. A formal announcement

Men's college basketball: Maryland assistant Cliff Warren was one of four college coaches to participate in the Detroit Pistons' free-agent minicamp last week at the Pistons' practice facility in Auburn Hills, Mich. The camp included 16 players who have most recently played in the NBA Development League and are current NBA free agents.

Warren spent three days with the Pistons, participating in four practice sessions and spending time with coaches and management to gain insight into their player evaluation process. "I was able to call plays, demonstrate drills and manage game situations, which included calling timeouts and drawing up X's and O's," Warren said in a release. "It was a tremendous learning experience to coach in these various situations and I also have a better appreciation for all the work and preparation that a front office goes through when making player personnel decisions."

Men's college track and field: Coppin State senior Shane Green finished 14th overall in the triple jump with a jump of 51 feet, 5.75 inches at the NCAA outdoor championships in Eugene, Ore., to earn second-team All-America honors.

Women's college track and field: Maryland junior Micha Powell finished 18th overall in the 400-meter dash with a time of 54.03 seconds Thursday night at the NCAA championships. Senior Chioma Onyekwere finished 17th overall in the shot put with a throw of 16.27 meters, and sophomore Alexandra Lucki finished 12th in the 1,500-meter semifinals with a time of 4:31.08.

National Women's Soccer League: Katie Stengel scored in the 13th minute, and the visiting Washington Spirit (4-1-2) earned a 1-1 tie with the last-place Boston Breakers (1-6-1).

Pimlico Race Course: Jockeys Trevor McCarthy and Jevian Toledo each won three races on Friday's card. McCarthy won the second with Serenready ($3), the fourth with Favorite Niece ($3.20) and the seventh with Satan's Mistress ($6). Toledo won aboard Indian Bucks ($5) in the first, Daystrike in the fifth ($11) and Where's the Risk ($18) in the eighth. There was one winning Rainbow 6 ticket, returning $5,875.84.

Golf: Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation will host the fifth annual Baltimore Putting Championship benefiting the Baltimore's Classic Five Junior Golf program. Golfers will compete in two divisions — adult (age 18+) and junior (17 and younger). Qualifying will be held Sunday, June 26 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Monday, June 27 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at all Baltimore Classic Five Golf Courses. The finals will take place Wednesday, June 29 at 6 p.m. at Mount Pleasant at 6001 Hillen Road. Registration fees are $5 for adults and free for juniors. Winners in each division will receive vouchers for 25 free rounds of golf at any of the Classic Five golf courses. For more information, go to bmgcgolf.com/-2016-baltimore-putting-championship.

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