- Hampton University lacrosse coach Lloyd Carter, the first coach of the Pirates program, announced that he will be retiring as coach on June 30.
- The Blast held off a late Syracuse rally to defeat the Silver Knights, 7-6, in Game 1 of the Major Arena Soccer League Eastern Division final. Daniel Peruzzi
- The Bears-Pirates game Saturday night ended with 13:33 remaining after coach Todd Bozeman instructed his players to leave the floor after he and one of his players were ejected.
- Tiwian Kendley and Phillip Carr combined to score 67 of Morgan State's 87 points as the host Bears beat Florida A&M, 87-68 in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Tyler Jones scored 23 points, Logan McIntosh hit the game-winning layup with 12 seconds to go, and No. 5
Kyle Foreman had 12 points, Justin Alston scored 11 and grabbed seven rebounds, and second-seeded Boston University held visiting seventh seedTiwian Kendley scored 21 points, including three 3-pointers, to help the Morgan State men's basketball team pull away early from visiting Florida A&M for a 77-60 win Monday night.Charlie Miller and Jeremiah Douchee blocked two field-goal attempts in the final three minutes and host Dartmouth held on for a 20-17 football win over Towson on Saturday.John Davis scored 14 points and had eight rebounds, William Adala Moto had 13 rebounds, and host Towson beat Elon, 67-56, on Saturday.Lloyd Carter is the men's lacrosse coach at Hampton. The Pirates are the first team at a historically black college or university to play Division I lacrosse in 35 years.Andre Walker scored a career-high 31 points, including the winning free throws with four seconds left, and Loyola Maryland defeated host Army West Point, 100-99, in double overtime Saturday.William Adala Moto scored 16 points and added 13 rebounds to help lead host Towson to an 83-61 win over Sacred Heart (1-6) on Saturday.Entering Saturday's home game against Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference rival Savannah State, Morgan State had created just four turnovers. By the end of Saturday¿s 42-3 blasting of the Tigers, the Bears had doubled that total.Jessica Long made an off-balance jumper as time expired Wednesday to give eighth-seeded UMES a 52-50 victory over top seed Hampton in the MEAC quarterfinals in Norfolk, Va.Sterling Smith had 14 points and Coppin State beat Bethune-Cookman, 64-60, Tuesday in the first round of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference basketball tournament in Norfolk, Va.Reginald Johnson and Deron Powers scored 18 points apiece, and sixth-seeded Hampton beat 11th-seeded Morgan State on Monday in the first round of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament, 91-71Brian Darden scored a career-high 23 points and visiting Hampton crushed Morgan State, 93-65, in a nationally televised conference game Monday.Taariq Cephas scored 18 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer in the final seconds, and the Coppin State men's basketball team edged South Carolina State, 77-74, on Saturday.Four other Bulldogs (6-3) scored in double figures against the Falcons (5-3) as junior Andre Jackson (Western Tech) added 22 points and redshirt junior Miles Jackson had 13 points.Herb Walker Jr. rushed for three touchdowns and caught the go-ahead touchdown pass with 73 seconds left as visiting Morgan State slipped past Hampton, 38-35, on Saturday.Saturday's 48-28 non-conference loss at No. 4 Villanova may have stung temporarily, but it did not impede the Bears' bid for the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference title.A pair of offensive starters did not play in Morgan State's 48-28 loss to No. 4 Villanova on Saturday, but coach Lee Hull said there¿s no reason to be alarmed.Larissa Carter scored a basket after a missed shot with 28 seconds remaining to give Coppin State a 57-55 win over North Carolina A&T in the semifinal of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament at Norfolk Scope.Justin Black's game-high 21 points weren't enough for Morgan State as the visiting Bears (11-14, 9-4 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) fell, 59-56, to Delaware State (9-18, 5-9).Jerrelle Benimon recorded his nation-leading 15th double double of the season with 16 points and 15 rebounds to lead host Towson to an 80-71 win over James Madison on Tuesday night.Coppin State forwards Kyra Coleman and Larissa Carter each scored more than 20 points for the second time this season, but that was not enough to break Hampton's perfect Mid Eastern Athletic Conference record.Forward Chase Plummer became the 12th player in UMBC history to reach the 1,200-point plateau, but the Retrievers lost to visiting Stony Brook, 81-62.UMBC Freshman Taylor McCarley finished with season-bests in points (18) and rebounds (eight), and Bridget O'Donnell matched a program record with seven blocks, but a late 11-2 run propelled Vermont to a 63-59 victory Saturday.After watching a 16-point halftime lead be replaced by a 27-23 deficit against Hampton on Saturday, Morgan State quarterback Robert Council didn't panic when met with a fourth-and-13 from his own 37-yard line.If Mason, Montana, Howard, Hampton, UMBC, Seton Hall and Loyola win their conference tourneys it means an automatic bid to the NCAA Division I field. And that would mean a Laurel connection to March Madness for the third year in a row.Junior forward Jerrelle Benimon scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for his NCAA-leading 16th double
double of the season as Towson evened its overall record at 12-12 with an 81-68 Colonial Athletic Association victory over UNC Wilmington (8-13, 3-6) at the Towson Center on Monday night.Dylon Cormier and Erik Etherly scored their 1,000th career points within eight minutes of each other as visiting Loyola won for the fifth time in six games, beating Fairfield, 65-60, on Monday in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's basketball game in Bridgeport, Conn.