Hopkins soccer player Paulucci receives scholarship

March 11, 2011|By Sports Digest

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Hopkins soccer player Paulucci receives scholarship

Johns Hopkins senior defender Jenn Paulucci became the first female Blue Jays athlete to be awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship since 2002. Paulucci, who will receive $7,500, is a two-time NSCAA first-team All-American who is on target to graduate in May with a degree in biomedical engineering. She has a 3.97 GPA.

Men's college basketball: Morgan State junior forward Kevin Thompson (Walbrook) and UMES junior guard Hillary Haley were named to the All-District 14 first team by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Morgan sophomore DeWayne Jackson was selected to the second team.

College softball: Towson senior shortstop Sammi DiPompo broke the school record for career RBIs on Wednesday with her 117th. Stef Streets had 116.

Women's college golf: Towson senior Emily Kwak was named Co-Colonial Athletic Association Golfer of the Week.

College rifle: Navy will compete for its first NCAA championship this weekend at Columbus (Ga.) State and Fort Benning.

Indoor college track and field: Maryland high jumper Dwight Barbiasz and pentathlete Kiani Profit will compete at the NCAA championships this weekend in College Station, Texas. … Johns Hopkins senior Christina Valerio will compete in the 5,000 meters at the NCAA Division III championships in Columbus, Ohio.

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World TeamTennis: The Washington Kastles, who will play home matches at the soon-to-be-completed Kastles Stadium at the Wharf at 800 Water St. Southwest, announced their 2011 schedule. The first match will be July 5 against the defending champion Kansas City Explorers. For information, go to washingtonkastles.com.

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