Johns Hopkins women rout Mount, 17-4, in lacrosse

Lacrosse Sports Medicine Conference set for March 11

February 24, 2011|By Sports Digest

Colleges

Johns Hopkins women rout Mount, 17-4, in lacrosse

Candace Rossi scored five goals and No. 20 Johns Hopkins (2-0) won, 17-4, over visiting Mount St. Mary's (0-2) in women's lacrosse. Hopkins went on a 9-0 run to start the game and gave up one goal in the first half.

More women's lacrosse: Alicia Krause had two goals, but visiting UMBC (1-1) fell, 16-6, to No. 17 Florida (3-1). … Aubrey Mirkin had three goals and three assists as host St. Mary's (1-1, 1-1 CAC) won, 18-4, over Wesley (0-2, 0-2).

Men's lacrosse: Brandon Lutz had a hat trick in a losing effort as host Frostburg State (1-1) fell, 17-12, to St. Vincent (1-0). … Matt Cannone had three goals to power host Salisbury (3-0) to a 7-4 decision over Washington & Lee (1-2). … Jimmy Dailey had four goals and four assists and Stevenson (2-0, 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) held visiting Mary Washington (1-2, 0-1) scoreless in the first half and won 19-3.

Men's basketball: Washington College junior guard Kevin Breslin was named to the All-Centennial College first team. McDaniel junior guard Devon Lesniak made the second team. … Bowie State senior guard Eric Vann and Lincoln junior guard Denzel Mooney (Western Tech) were named to the All-Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association team.

Women's basketball: Bowie State junior center Chanita Jordan was named CIAA Defensive Player of the Year. Bulldogs senior forward Teaunsha Robinson (Poly) made the All-CIAA team.

Women's track and field: Coppin State assistant athletic director for academics Angie Taylor was named to lead Team USA's women's track coaching staff at the Pan American Games on Oct. 23-29 in Guadalajara, Mexico. Taylor was women's coach at George Mason for nine seasons.

Football: Howard and Morehouse will play in The Nation's Football Classic on Sept. 10 at 3:30 p.m. at RFK Stadium in Washington. For ticket information, go to nationsfootballclassic.com. … Bowie State signed 13 players to national letters of intent, including Atholton defensive back Curtis Pumphrey and Bel Air defensive lineman Cavin Murray.

Women's swimming and diving: Caroline Baker finished fourth and freshman Laura Lee Thomas seventh in 3-meter diving as Towson emerged in second place after the first day of the Colonial Athletic Association championships in Fairfax, Va.

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Lacrosse Sports Medicine Conference set for March 11

US Lacrosse will co-host the first Lacrosse Sports Medicine Conference on March 11 at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel with MedStar Sports Health and Union Memorial Sports Medicine. Registration is open to physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, allied health personnel, lacrosse coaches, administrators and parents. For information, go to uslacrosse.org.

Major League Lacrosse: The Chesapeake Bayhawks claimed attackman Ryan Hurley from the MLL Player Pool. Hurley, a Cornell graduate, is a two-time All-American and a two-time All-Ivy League selection.

NHL: Forward Matt Hendricks, 29, who has seven goals and 12 assists, signed a two-year, $1.6 million contract extension with the Washington Capitals.

Golf: Mike Aldrich of River Bend Golf & Country Club in Great Falls, Va., was named the Middle Atlantic PGA's Assistant PGA Professional of the Year.

Varsity: DeMatha Catholic senior midfielder Cody Albrecht was named Gatorade Maryland Boys Soccer Player of the Year.

Pro bowling: Danny Wiseman of Baltimore is tied for 29th with a pinfall of 2,544 after 12 games at the PBA Open in North Brunswick, N.J.

—From Sun staff and news services

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