The remainder of the Maryland women's basketball schedule was released Wednesday by the Atlantic Coast Conference. At least six games are scheduled to be televised, including contests against North Carolina and Florida State on ESPN2. Maryland's ACC/Big Ten Challenge game against Purdue on Dec. 2 in West Lafayette, Ind., will be aired on the Big Ten Network. The Terps start ACC play at Duke on Jan. 6, then have their conference home opener Jan. 13 against Boston College before hitting the road to play Clemson on Jan. 16 and Virginia on Jan. 21. A stretch of three home games — against North Carolina on Jan. 23, Wake Forest on Jan. 28, and Longwood on Jan. 30 — follows. Maryland visits Georgia Tech on Feb. 3, hosts North Carolina State on Feb. 6, and goes to Miami on Feb. 10. Home contests against Virginia on Feb. 13 and Duke on Feb. 17 follow. The Terps end the regular season at Florida State on Feb. 20, at home against Virginia Tech on Feb. 24, and at Boston College on Feb. 27. The ACC tournament is March 3-6. Season tickets may be purchased at umterps.com.
Men's soccer: Joe O'Rourke scored twice in the first half to lift Towson (3-0-0) to a 5-3 home win over UMBC (2-1-0). Kay Banjo, Liam Maloney and Phil Martinelli (Marriotts Ridge) also scored goals for the Tigers. Maloney and Marco Mangione (Calvert Hall) each added a pair of assists, and Josh Spivey (Perry Hall) had one. Levi Houapeu scored two goals for the Retrievers, and Andrew Bulls (McDonogh) added one. Vince Savarese (Archbishop Curley), Pete Caringi (Calvert Hall) and Milo Kapor each had assists. … Salisbury (3-0-1) defeated visiting Washington College (1-1), 2-1. Stafford Chipungu scored first for the Sea Gulls off an assist from Pat Callahan at 34:29. Trevor Francis (Calvert Hall) tied the score at 51:51. He was assisted by Justin Geho (Cardinal Gibbons). Chipungu found Phil Bucheimer for what would prove to be the game-winning goal at 77:43. … Thomas Mourmouras scored in the 106th minute to lead Johns Hopkins (3-0-0) to a 2-1, double-overtime win over host York (2-1-0).
Women's soccer: Sade Ayinde scored on a penalty kick in the 81st minute to lead Maryland (6-0-0) to a 3-2 victory over host Seton Hall (1-3). … Freshman Amy Savage scored her first career goal, but host UMBC (1-4-1) lost to Delaware (4-1-0), 2-1. … Sarah Jessilonis had two goals to lift Salisbury (2-2, 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) over host Marymount (1-3, 0-1), 2-1. … Rachel West had two goals to power visiting Gettysburg (3-0-0) to a 3-1 victory over St.Mary's (0-1-1).
Field hockey: St. Mary's sophomore forward Lauriann Parker (Glenelg) was named CAC Offensive Player of the Week. Parker totaled four goals and an assist in victories over Johns Hopkins, Goucher College and Virginia Wesleyan. Her overtime goal against the Blue Jays was the game-winner.
Cross country: Salisbury senior Chris Barnard was named CAC Men's Cross Country Athlete of the Week. The Olney native led the Sea Gulls to second place in the Sea Gull Opener on Saturday, posting a time of 26 minutes, 7 seconds.
Ex-Bowie State star Redman makes Steelers' roster
Former Bowie State running back Isaac Redman has made the Pittsburgh Steelers' 53-man roster. Redman, who rushed 28 times for 140 yards and two touchdowns in three preseason games, is listed third on the Steelers' depth chart at running back. He was on Pittsburgh's practice squad last season after playing for Bowie State from 2005 to 2008. He ended his college career as the Bulldogs' all-time leading rusher with 2,762 yards. He also holds school records for single-season rushing yards (1,512 in 2005), single-game rushing yards (218 against Livingstone in 2007) and longest run from scrimmage (99 yards against Morgan State in 2005).
Hogg, Sheedy advance to U.S. Mid-Amateur championship
Serge Hogg, from Baltimore, and Ray Sheedy, from Mount Airy, were among seven qualifiers to advance from sectional play at Whiskey Creek Golf Club in Ijamsville to the championship site of the 30th U.S. Mid-Amateur, on Sept. 25-30 at the Atlantic Golf Club in Bridgehampton, N.Y. Hogg shot 38-33—71, and Sheedy, who became eligible two weeks ago, survived a 5-for-1 playoff after posting 36-36—72 in the 113-man field. Bobby Morris, of Great Falls, Va., was the medalist with 34-34—68.
— From Sun staff and news services