Nancy V. Chance, a four-time All-America lacrosse player who was the founder of the Eagle Sports Co. and had been head coach at Swarthmore and Goucher colleges, died Jan. 23 of dementia at her Timonium home. She was 90.
As if her senior season couldn’t get any better, University of Maryland field hockey captain Linnea Gonzales was named the 2018 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I National Player of the Year by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.
Linnea Gonzales, a senior captain for the University of Maryland field hockey team, recently closed a very productive career with Terps. Gonzales, a 2015 graduate of Patterson Mill High School, was named the Regional Player of the Year late last week by the National Field Hockey Coaches Associati
Saturday, the two met again for that same 3A crown, but this time the Mustangs got the better of it and defeated Chesapeake, 3-0. It is CMW’s second state championship in six seasons, having won the school’s first in 2013.
Patterson Mill’s bid to play for the Class 1A state field hockey title came to an end Wednesday night at Broadneck High School in Annapolis. The Huskies were beaten 3-1 by the Patuxent Panthers, who broke open a 1-1 tie with two second half goals.
Behind a quick start, C. Milton Wright field hockey earns a 5-0 victory over Blake in the 3A state semifinals on Monday to earn a title game rematch against Chesapeake-AA on Saturday at Washington College.
The Patterson Mill field hockey team won its seventh region championship, and third in four years, Wednesday in Towson. The Huskies (9-7) took some time to get their scoring started, but when they did, the team rolled past host Carver A&T, 8-1, for the Class 1A North title. C. Milton Wright also