Blast's Sagu, Morris selected to All-MISL first team

Towson's Hughes honored after lacrosse upset of Stony Brook

March 22, 2011|By Sports Digest

Major Indoor Soccer League

Blast's Sagu, Morris selected to All-MISL first team

Blast goalie Sagu and defender Pat Morris made the All-Major Indoor Soccer League first team in voting announced Monday. Sagu led the MISL with 14 wins. Morris, a 10-time All-League selection, ranked third on the Blast with 42 points and second in the MISL with 36 blocks. Blast midfielder Pat Healey (Calvert Hall, Towson University) and defender Mike Lookingland (Loyola High) made the second team. Healey, the 2009 Rookie of the Year, led the Blast with 48 points and recorded at least one point in 16 games this season. Lookingland, in his sixth season with the Blast, was the December MISL Defensive Player of the Month and ranked third in the MISL with 35 blocks. The Blast led the league with four selections. Voting was done by coaches, general managers and media members.

Men's college lacrosse

Towson's Hughes honored after upset of Stony Brook

Towson sophomore attackman Matt Hughes was named co-winner of the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week award after recording a pair of three-goal games in a 1-1 week, including a 9-8 upset of then-No. 4 Stony Brook. It was the Tigers' first win over a top-five opponent since April 27, 1996.

More awards: Navy senior midfielder Andy Warner was named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week after turning in the program's first eight-point game since 2005 in a victory over Towson. He also had three points in a win against Holy Cross. Midshipmen freshman attackman Harrison Chaires (Centennial) was named Rookie of the Week; he's the first Navy player to score three extra-man goals in a game since 2001. … Stevenson freshman midfielder Tony Rossi (Calvert Hall) and Mustangs senior defender Evan Douglass were named Capital Athletic Conference Players of the Week. … Washington and Lee senior goalkeeper Jason Lumpkin (Calvert Hall) was named Old Dominion Athletic Conference Player of the Week.

Women's college lacrosse

Big East names Loyola's Decker top offensive player

Loyola senior midfielder Meg Decker (Mount de Sales) was named Big East Offensive Player of the Week after helping the Greyhounds to two wins with six goals, three assists, three draw controls, three ground balls and three caused turnovers.

More honors: Navy junior defender Kierstin King (Hereford) was named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week. Mids freshman attacker Aimee Gennaro was named Rookie of the Week. … Delaware senior attacker Corrine Drost (Hereford) was named Colonial Athletic Association Co-Player of the Week. … Monmouth senior goalie Kirby Mundorf (Seton Keough) was named Northeast Conference Defensive Player of the Week. … York sophomore forward Kim Wayson (Southern) was named CAC Co-Player of the Week.

Game: George Washington (3-6) rolled to a 16-4 win over host Mount St. Mary's (1-7), which got two goals from Esther Rufolo and one each from Jen Semler (Perry Hall) and Alexis Salerno.

More colleges

Kimball, Gisriel among 20 JHU swimmers in D-III nationals

Eleven members of the Johns Hopkins men's team, including freshman Will Kimball (St.Paul's) and sophomore Carter Gisriel (Towson), and nine from the women's team left Monday for the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving championships, which will be Wednesday through Saturday in Knoxville, Tenn. Gisriel, freshman Anthony Lordi, freshman Sarah Rinsma, junior Elizabeth Rogers and freshman Taylor Kitayama each will swim in the maximum seven events.

Baseball: Washington College freshman outfielder Ian Remington was named Centennial Conference Player of the Week. … Salisbury senior Dustin Herbert was named the Pitcher of the Week by the CAC.

Softball: Salisbury junior Erika Brittingham was named CAC Pitcher of the Week, and Sea Gulls sophomore Lindsay McCabe was named Player of the Week.

Women's volleyball: Peter Letourneau, a 2003 graduate of Towson University and the winningest coach in Frostburg State history with 93 victories in six seasons, is leaving the Bobcats to become coach of California (Pa.).

Women's bowling: UMES won its fifth Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament Sunday in Greensboro, N.C., by beating Morgan State, 4-0. Junior Paula Vilas was named Most Outstanding Performer. The All-Tournament team also included the Hawks' Maria Rodriguez and Morgan State's Devin Revels and Keisheena Waldon.

Et cetera

Ringer, Flattery inducted into MAPGA Hall of Fame

Larry Ringer, a former head professional and golf coach at Navy, and the late John Flattery, who spent 26 years as the head pro at the Green Spring Valley Hunt Club before his retirement in 1972, were inducted into the Middle Atlantic PGA Hall of Fame during weekend ceremonies at the Golf Club at Lansdowne in Virginia. Ringer is the general manager/head pro at Musket Ridge GC in Meyersville. Flattery died at age 83 in August1987. Among the award winners were Jeff Zachman, Piney Branch Golf Club; Bernie Najar, Woodholme Country Club; David Hutsell, Elkridge Club; and Baltimore native Fran Rhoads, TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm.

Horse racing: Mexico was named host nation of the 2011 International Pavilion at the Preakness. The Embassy of Mexico and Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan will serve as honorary hosts welcoming guests and dignitaries from Washington's diplomatic and international business communities to Pimlico Race Course. The race is May 21.

—From Sun staff and news services

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