Johns Hopkins is one victory from D-III College World Series

May 22, 2010|By Sports Digest

Johns Hopkins is one victory from D-III College World Series

College baseball

Johns Hopkins is one victory from D-III College World Series

Top seed Johns Hopkins defeated No. 3 seed Rowan, 9-4, in the winners' bracket final at the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic regional Friday in Trenton, N.J., and is one win away from its third trip to the College World Series. Greg Harbeck (8-0) allowed one earned run and five hits in nine innings as the Blue Jays (42-4) tied the school record for victories set in 2008. Hopkins, which got three runs from James Teta and three RBIs from Brian Youchak, will play in the championship round at 5 p.m. today against the survivor of the losers' bracket. A win would send the Blue Jays to Appleton, Wis., for the World Series, and a loss would force a winner-take-all championship game at 1 p.m. Sunday. Rowan will play at 1 p.m. today against second-seeded Kean, which defeated third-seeded Widener, 8-2, Friday night; the winner will play Hopkins.

More Division III: Salisbury, playing in the losers' bracket of the South Regional in Fayetteville, N.C., rolled to a 12-1 victory over LaGrange and an 11-6 win over Mary Washington. Kyle Judson went the distance in the first game, scattered five hits. In the second game, Tim Kellinger hit a grand slam in the first inning. The Sea Gulls will play at 10a.m. today against top-seeded Shenandoah; Salisbury would need two wins today against the Hornets to earn a trip to Appleton.

MEAC: Abe Eubank was 5-for-5 with two home runs to lead Delaware State to a 14-2 win over fifth-seeded Coppin State in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference elimination game in Daytona Beach, Fla. The game was halted after the Eagles batted in the seventh inning because of the 10-run rule. Earlier in the day, Dwight Robinson hit his first two home runs of the season and Mark Reynoso had three hits and two RBIs, as Coppin State earned a 12-8 victory over sixth-seeded UMES.

College football

Ex-Frostburg coach Sweeney an assistant at Stevenson

Stevenson named Ed Sweeney, the 1989 DivisionII Coach of the Year at Dickinson and most recently the head coach at Mount Ida, an assistant coach and defensive coordinator. He was 30-11 at Frostburg State from 1996 to 1999, where he coached current Mustangs head coach Ed Hottle. Stevenson will take the field for a developmental season in fall 2010 and plans to begin intercollegiate competition in fall 2011.

WNBA

Dream's McCoughtry scores 32; Mystics start season 3-0

Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) scored 32points and Sancho Lyttle added 27 to lead the host Atlanta Dream (3-0) to a 97-82 win over the Connecticut Sun. Lyttle grabbed 16 rebounds and McCoughtry had 10.

Mystics 77, Liberty 61: Lindsey Harding scored 21 points and Washington (3-0) scored the final 16 points in winning its home opener against New York. Monique Currie scored 16 of her 18 points in the second half, and Crystal Langhorne (Maryland) finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Baseball

Fox hires Millar, former Oriole, as analyst; he debuts tonight

Former Oriole Kevin Millar is joining Fox as a baseball analyst. Millar, 38, failed in his attempt to make the Chicago Cubs before this season, ending a 12-year major league career. He will make his debut as a studio analyst during tonight's coverage. On June 5, he will call the Milwaukee Brewers- St. Louis Cardinals game with Joe Buck.

Minor leagues: Double-A Bowie Baysox outfielder Miguel Abreu was transferred to Single-A Frederick, and infielder Carlos Rojas was transferred to Bowie from short-season Single-A Aberdeen.

Horse racing

Pimlico's spring-meet trainer title to be decided on last day

Dale Capuano leads Scott Lake 9-8 in the trainer standings going into today's final day of racing in the spring meeting at Pimlico Race Course. The 20-day stand concludes with a 10-race card. First post is 1:10 p.m. Capuano, who captured the Pimlico spring meet nine times from 1996 to 2005, will saddle four starters today, none higher than 4-1 on the morning line, including Dangerous Ice, the prohibitive favorite in the second. Lake has a pair of starters.

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