Roberto Alomar's wife gets domestic injunction in Fla.

August 05, 2010|By Sports Digest

The wife of retired Orioles second baseman Roberto Alomar has obtained a temporary injunction against him after a domestic dispute over the weekend. Maria Del Pilar Alomar, 33, said in a complaint filed Monday that the couple got into an argument at their Hillsborough County, Fla., home on Sunday. Deputies responded, and the wife told them that she had to push Alomar away when he got several inches from her. No arrests were made. The complaint also described an incident in June, in which Alomar, 42, allegedly yelled at his wife and pushed her. In April, he threatened her with a knife, according to the complaint. A hearing is scheduled for Aug. 13. An e-mail seeking comment from Alomar's agent was not immediately returned.

Olsen replaces fired Onalfo as coach of D.C. United

Last-place D.C. United fired coach Curt Onalfo and replaced him on an interim basis with assistant and former U.S. national team player Ben Olsen. Onalfo failed to last a full season as the four-time MLS Cup champions have floundered through their worst stretch in franchise history. United failed to make the playoffs the previous two seasons, and this year's 3-12-3 record is the worst in Major League Soccer. Olsen helped United win two MLS Cups and joined the coaching staff after retiring at the end of last season. He will make his head coaching debut Saturday against the New England Revolution.

USSF 2nd Division: Crystal Palace Baltimore (5-10-5) lost, 1-0, to Miami FC (3-8-9) at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Boyds. Palace Baltimore goalie Evan Bush made six saves. … Palace Baltimore will provide a free clinic for players 5 to 14 on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Poly/Western. For information, call 410-933-8326.

Loyola names Baloga coach; Fry wins ninth WGA title

Chris Baloga, a graduate of Towson University and Calvert Hall, was named men's golf coach at Loyola. Baloga, who was an assistant golf coach at Calvert Hall in 2008 and 2009, will compete in the U.S. Amateur this month. He leads the Maryland Player of the Year rankings after finishing second in 2009 and third in 2008.

Women's golf: Bonnie Fry shot 73-74—147 to win her ninth Women's Golf Association championship at Hunt Valley Golf Club. The Maryland Golf & Country Club member from Bel Air included three birdies in each of her rounds to highlight the 1-over-par total and earn a third successive title in the 54th annual event. Sally Ratcliffe, the 2006 champion from the Elkridge Club, finished second at 76-77—153. The low senior was Sharon Pusin of the Suburban Club, who shot 78-79—157.

Men's golf: Billy Hurley, a 2004 Navy graduate, shot a course-record-tying 7-under 65 to win the PGA qualifier for the Turning Stone Resort Championship, which will begin today in Verona, N.Y. Hurley, who fulfilled his military commitment as a surface warfare officer in June 2009, was among the final four players to be added to the field of more than 130 competitors.

Varsity football: Brian Van Deusen (River Hill) will coach the Baltimore team in the Maryland Crab Bowl on Dec. 18 at Bowie State. In a change from last year, Anne Arundel County will play on the Washington team.

College track and field: The Salisbury men were named the Outdoor Scholar Team of the Year by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

Women's college soccer: Washington College named four captains: senior midfielder Quinn Cowley (Atholton), senior defender-midfielder Katelyn Malchester (Old Mill), junior defender-midfielder Kelsey Newborn and senior midfielder-forward Katie Weida.

—From Sun staff and news services

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