Down one game in the Eastern Division championship, the three-time defending champions rallied for a 7-3 win in Game 2 and got a goal from veteran defender Adriano Dos Santos with a 1:33 remaining in the ensuing 15-minute mini-game to advance with a 2-1 victory.
Utica City’s Bo Jelovac quieted the crowd with a goal with four minutes to play. The Blast pressed on, but couldn’t come up with the final answer as the visitors tacked on two goals in the final minute for a 12-9 win before an announced crowd of 2,926.
The Washington Wizards are working with Mike Forde, the CEO of Sportsology and former senior manager of a Premier League soccer club, as the team attempts to reset its culture ahead of hiring a new general manager.
Former soccer player Marcus Gross (Class of 2006), former lacrosse player Drew Westervelt (Class of 2008), current men's soccer coach Pete Caringi Jr. and former men's lacrosse coach Don Zimmerman will be inducted into the UMBC Athletics Hall of Fame on April 5 at the UMBC Event Center.
The Howard County Women’s Athletics Hall of Fame will celebrate its 23rd year of recognizing outstanding contributions with the induction of two women and two men on Saturday, Feb. 2 at River Hill High School.
River Hill senior midfielder Justin Harris is the 2018 Howard County Times boys soccer Player of the Year after leading the Hawks to county and region titles and a state-championship appearance for the second straight season.
Junior center back Donovan Pines, who hails from Clarksville and graduated from River Hill High School, has generated a considerable amount of buzz about his future at the professional level after igniting the Terps’ march to their first national championship in 10 years.
A small gesture in 2013 sparked a friendship between Amar Sejdic and Paul Bin at Real Salt Lake Academy that has strengthened as the duo powers No. 11 seed Maryland’s offense in the NCAA Division I tournament semifinals.
The Blast and visiting Mississauga MetroStars played their expected roles in Saturday’s Major Arena Soccer League season opener. The home team mostly looked every bit like the three-time defending league champions, while the Ontario-based MetroStars showed more inexperience than fight.