Reed's big 2nd quarter sparks Maryland's 12-8 win over Bellarmine

Navy men rally in regulation, lose in double overtime, 12-11

March 08, 2011|By Sports Digest

Maryland men's lacrosse

Reed's big 2nd quarter sparks 12-8 victory over Bellarmine

Grant CatalinoTravis Reed Ryan Young Senior attackman Travis Reed (Boys' Latin) had three goals and an assist in the second quarter as the No. 12 Maryland men (3-1) scored six unanswered goals in the period to pull away from visiting Bellarmine (2-3) in a 12-8 victory. Reed got his 99th career point right off of the opening faceoff in the quarter, assisting on a goal by senior long-stick midfielder Brian Farrell (Boys' Latin) for a 4-2 lead. Then Reed took a feed from behind the cage by senior attackman Grant Catalino and ripped a low-to-low shot from the right wing past goalie Dillon Ward. Reed scored again at 11:55 on an almost identical play on a pass from Young. Goals by senior attackman Ryan Young and junior midfielder Jake Bernhardt made it 8-2 with 5:39 remaining in the half, and Reed closed the scoring with one second left in the half on a one-timer off a rebound. The Terps extended their lead to 11-3 after three quarters.

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Navy men rally in regulation, lose in double overtime, 12-11

Freshman attackman Todd Heritage took a feed from Billy Eisenreich and tucked it past junior keeper RJ Wickham to give host Bucknell (3-1, 1-0 Patriot League) a 12-11 double-overtime victory over Navy (1-4, 0-2 PL). The Midshipmen scored four goals in the final 3:47 of regulation, including two in the final 18 seconds to send the game into extra minutes. Senior midfielder Andy Warner brought Navy to within 10-8 by scoring with 3:47 left in the game, and Sam Jones (Severna Park) cut the margin to one with 1:59 left. After Bucknell's Chase Bailey scored with 1:15 remaining, Navy got two goals from junior midfielder Nikk Davis (Dulaney), one off a pass from Warner with 18 seconds left and one off a pass from freshman attackman Tucker Hull with seven seconds on the clock.

Men's honors: Washington College junior goalie Peter Stewart (St. Mary's) was named Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week. … Salisbury junior attackman Erik Krum and senior goalie Johnny Rodriguez (Mount St. Joseph) were named Capital Athletic Conference Players of the Week. … Stevenson (5-0) and Salisbury (5-0) are ranked second and third, respectively, in the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Division III coaches poll. Tufts (0-0) is first. … Baltimore County Community College-Essex (1-0) is ranked second in the National Junior College Athletic Association poll. Central New York's Onondaga CC (1-0) is ranked first. Anne Arundel CC (0-2) is sixth, Howard CC (1-1) is eighth and Harford CC (3-0) is 10th.

Women's games: Host Bridgewater (Va.) (2-1) scored the final six goals of the first half to take a five-goal lead en route to a 20-6 victory over College of Notre Dame (0-3). … Sophomore attackman Nicole Ruane (Century) scored seven goals to lift host Shepherd (4-0) to a 26-5 win over West Virginia Wesleyan (0-1).

Women's honors: UMBC sophomore defender Jamie Fahey (Loch Raven) was named America East Defensive Player of the Week. … Navy freshman attacker Aimee Gennaro and sophomore defender Jen Eikenberg (John Carroll) were named Patriot League Rookie of the Week and Defensive Player of the Week, respectively. … Monmouth senior goalie Kirby Mundorf (Seton Keough) was named Northeast Conference Defensive Player of the Week. … York sophomore attacker Kim Wayson (Southern) and Stevenson junior goalie Jenny Schroeder (Seton Keough) were named CAC Players of the Week.

Horse racing

Ex-Preakness winners mate; foal expected next year

Rachel Alexandra, who in 2009 became the first filly in 85 years to win the Preakness, is in foal to 2007 winner Curlin, Stonestreet Farm said Monday. The expected due date is Feb. 1, 2012, Stonestreet said in a statement, adding that the mating took place Feb.21 at Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky. Rachel Alexandra was retired last September, ending her 19-race career with 13 wins and five second-place finishes. The bay daughter of Medaglia d'Oro was unbeaten in eight starts in 2009, when she won U.S. Horse of the Year honors. Curlin won the 2007 Breeders' Cup Classic and is the highest North American career money earner with $10.5 million.

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Former Orioles catcher Zaun ends his comeback attempt

San Diego Padres catcher Gregg Zaun, who broke into the major leagues with the Orioles in 1995, is retiring after 16 major league seasons. Zaun, 39, caught his first game Sunday since a June 15 operation to repair the labrum in his throwing shoulder. Zaun, the nephew of former Orioles catcher Rick Dempsey, hit .265 with two homers and 14 RBIs in 28 games with the Milwaukee Brewers last season. He played for nine teams, compiling a .252 career batting average with 88 homers.

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