Gordon Wild and Sebastian Elney scored first-half goals to help No. 1 Maryland (9-0-2, 5-0-1 Big Ten) to a 2-0 victory over visiting Ohio State (3-9, 2-3) on Friday night. It was the Terps' fourth consecutive shutout and sixth straight victory. Wild scored his league-leading 10th goal of the year in the 13th minute. After Jake Rozhansky passed to Elney from the far sideline, Elney flicked the ball behind his back to a streaking Wild who finished from 8 yards. On the second goal, Eryk Williamson passed the ball to Elney, who converted from 18 yards off the pipe.
Boston gets NCAA women's lax final four
NCAA officials announced Friday that the 2017 Division I women's lacrosse championships will be held at Gillette Stadium in Boston over Memorial Day weekend. Johns Hopkins officials had bid on the championships and hoped to bring them to Homewood Field after NCAA officials said last month that they would move all of their 2016-17 championship events out of North Carolina because of the state's controversial transgender law. Gillette Stadium was already set to host the Division I men's final four as well as the men's championships in Division II and Division III. For the first time, the men's and women's Division I championships will be held at the same site, though they have been held in the same city in recent years.
— Katherine Dunn
College field hockey: Freshman Madison Maguire scored her first two goals to lead No. 7 Maryland (10-3, 4-1 Big Ten) to a 3-1 win over visiting Michigan State (5-7, 1-3). With the game tied at 1, Maguire scored in the 39th and 57th minutes. The Terps won their third straight game.
Women's college soccer: UMBC (5-8, 1-3 America East) suffered its first home loss this season, 1-0, against UMass Lowell (4-6-2, 2-2) on a header by Katelyn Vieira in the 103rd minute Thursday.
Boxing: Middleweight Joey "Bazooka Joe" Veazey will make his pro debut Oct. 22 when he faces Alberto Delgado of Roanoke, Va., at Body Renew Fitness in Winchester, Va. Veazey, of the Baltimore Boxing Club, was a top performer as an amateur, earning an international ranking during his 100-fight career. He graduated from Northeast as an honor student in May and will be pursuing a mathematical engineering or computer science degree. "It's a dream come true. I've been looking forward to this since my first amateur fight," Veazey said. "The amateurs were fun but my dream has always been to go pro and to win world titles. I want to become a household name one day so now is the time to get on track."
Varsity football: Archbishop Spalding coach Kyle Schmitt was named the Ravens High School Football Coach of the Week after guiding the Cavaliers to a 63-24 win over previously unbeaten Loyola Blakefield in last week's Ravens RISE Showdown. Leading 28-24, Spalding scored 35 unanswered points in a little over 12 minutes to beat the Dons for the sixth time in seven years. Schmitt, in his fourth year, received a $2,000 donation to the Spalding athletics department and an award from Ravens coach John Harbaugh.
— Katherine Dunn
Laurel Park: New York shipper Justoneofakind, 19 months removed from her maiden victory, made a successful return to Laurel Park with a three-length triumph in Friday's featured eighth race. Trained by Linda Rice for owner Peter Demos, the 5-year-old More Than Ready mare wrested the lead from She Rolls in midstretch while racing five-wide and pulled clear to capture the $42,000 entry-level allowance for females 3 and up.
— Justoneofakind ($13.40) had not won since her maiden triumph last March at Laurel. Winning time was 1 minute, 11.73 seconds for six furlongs on a fast main track.
— Four days shy of one year since his last victory, Good Feng Shui dismissed Not a Chance in the stretch and held off a late bid from Made Bail for a front-running win in the co-featured seventh race.
— Good Feng Shui ($10.80) ran 5 1/2 furlongs in 1:04.06 on a Fort Marcy Turf Course listed as good in winning for the 16th time from 56 career starts, raising his bankroll to $464,927. Easy River rallied to get third over Not a Chance, with 2-1 favorite Joseph checking in fifth.
— There will be a jackpot carryover of $464.95 in today's 20-cent Rainbow 6, which spans Races 5-10. The $1 Super Hi-5 will offer a carryover of $533.46 for today's opener, a six-furlong claiming event for fillies and mares 4 and older.
— Jockey Victor Carrasco visited the winner's circle twice Friday, with Seeing'n'believing ($22) in the fourth race and Dare to Be ($10.40) in the sixth.