Georgetown women win Big East, will face Loyola in tournament

May 01, 2010|By Sports Digest

No. 12 Georgetown defeated host No. 9 Syracuse (12-5, 6-2 Big East), 10-9, on Saturday to win the Big East regular-season championship and finish undefeated in conference play. The Hoyas earned the top seed in the Big East tournament and will face No. 4 seed Loyola on Thursday in the semifinals. This marks the second year in a row that the Hoyas (11-5, 8-0) have won the regular-season championship. … College of Notre Dame senior midfielder Lauren Terry (Catholic) was named to the All-Colonial States Athletic Conference first team for the second consecutive season. Freshman midfielder Allison Terry (Catholic) was named Rookie of the Year.

Men: Steve Kazimer had three goals and one assist as No. 1 Stevenson closed the regular season with a 13-9 victory over visiting No. 14 Denison. The Mustangs (17-1), who finished the season with seven straight wins and went 8-1 at home, await the selections for the 2010 NCAA Division III men's lacrosse championship next Sunday. Junior Richie Ford (Towson) led all scorers with six points on three goals and three assists as Stevenson scored six of the game's first eight goals.

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Hopkins tops Haverford, 21-5, in Centennial baseball tourney

No. 2 Johns Hopkins (36-3) extended its winning streak to 29 games with a 21-5 win over Haverford in the winner's bracket game of the Centennial Conference baseball tournament. The 21 runs tie a Centennial Conference record for runs scored in a tournament game. The Blue Jays tied their own record, which they set in 2007 in a 21-4 win over Ursinus.

College softball: Salisbury (31-2) jumped six spots to a season-best No. 3 in the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division III poll, behind No. 1 Texas-Tyler and Louisiana College. … McDaniel's Erinne Warrenfeltz was named to the All-Centennial Conference first team; teammates Jordan Beans and Beth Ann Fusco (St. Vincent Pallotti) earned spots on the second team.

College football: Maryland linebacker Alex Wujciak is one of 12 players on the preliminary watch list for the Rotary Lombardi Award, which goes to a lineman, linebacker or tight end.

College golf: Six golfers from UMES' PGA Golf Management program will take part in the 2010 PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship from Thursday to May 9 at the PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Fla. The event, in its 24th year, will feature 209 contestants from 49 universities, including three men and three women from the UMES program. Sean Laurence, Anthony Long and Minsoo Soh will compete on the men's side against 31 others who are not part of a team. Annamae Adderly, Eugenie Adderly and Taylor Hawkins will compete with 13 other women who are playing individually. This marks the first time women will compete for UMES in the event.

Tennis: Former world No. 1 and seven-time Grand Slam champion Mats Wilander will conduct clinics with former Navy star Cameron Lickle on May 17 during the day at Green Spring Racquet Club in Lutherville. Wilander and Lickle will participate that evening in the Barbara Janoff Memorial Tennis Event to establish a scholarship fund for the USTA Competitive Training Center at the club. For information, go to GreenSpringRC.com or call the club at 410-821-LOVE (5683).

—From Sun staff and news services

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