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May 09, 2010|By Sports Digest

College basketball

ACC top scorer Delaney returning to Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech guard Malcolm Delaney, who attended Towson Catholic, has decided to withdraw his name from the NBA draft. Delaney did not hire an agent and therefore is eligible to return to the Hokies. "I have decided to come back to Virginia Tech for my senior season," said Delaney, who led the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring in 2009-10 and was a unanimous selection to the All-ACC first team. "I learned that I would not have been a first-round pick, and I want to work hard to become a better basketball player. I am coming back because I have the opportunity to earn my degree at the end of the first semester, and I want to, along with my fellow seniors, help lead Virginia Tech to a Final Four." Underclassmen who declare for the NBA draft and do not sign with an agent had until Saturday to remove their names from the draft and retain their college eligibility.

Major League Lacrosse

Bayhawks foiled, 9-7, in exhibition against Outlaws

Chesapeake Bayhawks attackman Danny Glading scored three goals in a 9-7 Major League Lacrosse exhibition loss to the Denver Outlaws, 9-7, at Severn. Attackman Andrew "Buggs" Combs (Maryland) had one goal and one assist for the Bayhawks, who took 45 shots on Jesse Schwartzman (Johns Hopkins) and Adam Fullerton. "I thought we played well against a very talented Denver club," Bayhawks coach John Tucker said. "Denver has two phenomenal goalkeepers, and they took away some goals tonight. However, I thought our shooting wasn't particularly great." Midfielders Brian Vetter (Towson) and Peet Poillon (UMBC) and attackman Josh Coveleski scored the other Chesapeake goals. The Bayhawks won their first exhibition, 27-3, Friday night against Team England. They will open their regular season Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis against the Long Island Lizards at 7p.m.

Et cetera

Jacobs, Stick victorious

in the Preakness 5K

Steve Jacobs, 27, of Linthicum won the Preakness 5K at Pimlico Race Course, finishing in 17minutes, 42 seconds. Luke Holman was second, 39 seconds behind. Sherry Stick of Eldersburg was the female winner in 19:36. Nearly 600 runners participated in the race, which started on the Pimlico oval and ended in the infield.

International soccer: American defender Oguchi Onyewu (Sherwood) could play today for the first time since a knee injury in October. He is among 23 players selected for AC Milan's Serie A game at Genoa. Onyewu tore his patellar tendon during a World Cup qualifier against Costa Rica on Oct. 14. He joined AC Milan last summer from Belgium's Standard Liege but played in just one of 10 competitive matches before getting hurt.

Major League Soccer: Jeff Cunningham scored in the 68th minute to lift host FC Dallas (2-1-4) to a 1-0 victory over D.C. United. Cunningham, who missed FC Dallas' 1-0 win over Houston on Wednesday because of a sore left knee, scored on a right-footed shot from 10 yards out. United midfielder Kurt Morsink nearly tied it the 79th minute with a shot from outside the penalty circle that hit the crossbar. United (1-6-0) was shut out for the fifth time this season. United goalie Bill Hamid finished with five saves in his second career MLS start.

Golf: David Hutsell, a PGA assistant professional at Elkridge Club, and amateur Chris Baloga won the MAPGA Pro-Scratch on Friday at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville. The team combined for an 8-under-par 64 on the North course.

College baseball: Johns Hopkins' winning streak ended at 32 games, one short of the school record, with a 6-4 loss to Salisbury (27-10) in the second game of a doubleheader. Hopkins (39-4) won the first game, 4-2, in extra innings.

Women's college basketball: Old Mill forward-center Monet Nias, who averaged 14.1points, 10.3 rebounds and 2.3 blocks, signed to play at District of Columbia.

Men's college soccer: Geaton Caltabiano, a 5-foot-6 midfielder with the Baltimore Bays Academy and Mount St. Joseph, was announced as part of George Mason's eight-player recruiting class. He also was recruited by Wake Forest, St.John's and Loyola.

—From Sun staff and news services

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