Baltz, two other Terps make ACC's academic football team

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February 18, 2010|By Sports Digest

Maryland junior punter Travis Baltz, freshman defensive lineman A.J. Francis, who lives in Severn, and junior offensive lineman Paul Pinegar were among 30 student-athletes named to the Academic All-Atlantic Coast Conference football team. Baltz, a senior in the fall, made his third consecutive appearance on the team, while Francis and Pinegar were chosen for the first time. Men's basketball: One day after being named Patriot League Player of the Week, Navy's Chris Harris was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division I Player of the Week for the second time. He averaged 32.5 points in the Midshipmen's two games last week, a win at Lehigh and loss at Lafayette. ... Salisbury's Greg Palmer was named Pride of Maryland Player of the Week after averaging 22 points in two games. ... Bowie State guard Dominic Milburn was named to the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association All-Rookie team.

Men's college lacrosse: UMBC and Stony Brook are co-favorites to win the America East championship, according to the preseason coaches' poll.

Baseball: Navy has been picked to finish fourth in the Patriot League preseason poll, voted on by coaches and sports information contacts. Army was picked to repeat as champion.

Women's gymnastics: Towson sophomores Kacy Catanzaro and Avis Hixon were named ECAC Division I Gymnast of the Week and Specialist of the Week, respectively.

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