Hat tricks help Hopkins women rally past Drexel, 10-7

Harclerode rallies Towson in baseball

Terps edge George Mason

March 31, 2011|By Sports Digest

College lacrosse

Hat tricks help Hopkins women rally past Drexel, 10-7

Taylor D'Amore and Colleen McCaffrey each had a hat trick as No. 18 Johns Hopkins (7-3) rallied from a one-goal deficit at halftime to earn a 10-7 victory at Drexel (6-3) on Wednesday.

Division III women: Malory Brunett (River Hill) had four goals and Ali Kapustin (Marriotts Ridge) had three to power host Frostburg State (4-7, 3-2 Capital Athletic Conference) to a 15-4 win over Wesley (5-7, 1-5). … Corinne Ziccardi (Loch Raven) scored twice, but visiting Washington College (7-2, 1-2 Centennial Conference) fell, 12-5, to Ursinus (5-4, 3-0). … Allison Terry (Catholic) had four goals and Ashley Cumberland (Kenwood) added three, but host College of Notre Dame (2-7) fell, 22-10, to Randolph-Macon (4-4).

Division III men: Tony Mendes had six points (four goals, two assists) for a second consecutive game as visiting Salisbury (10-0, 3-0 CAC) rolled to a 25-1 win against Hood (4-5, 1-3). Corey Roberts (Fallston) scored the Blazers' goal with 5:49 left in the first quarter. … Neal Barthelme scored seven goals to power host Stevenson (10-1, 3-0 CAC) to a 21-2 victory over Wesley (4-7, 1-3). … Visiting York (7-2, 3-0 CAC) held St. Mary's (2-5, 1-1) to one goal per quarter and won 7-4. Dennis Rosson (Severn) scored twice for the Seahawks.

College baseball

Harclerode rallies Towson; Terps edge George Mason

Austin Harclerode (Centennial) lined a game-winning single to center field with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning to cap a three-run rally as Towson (8-14-1) earned a 10-9 victory over UMBC (3-14).

Elsewhere: Korey Wacker went 2-for-2 with two RBIs and moved from center field to the mound to pitch the final two innings and earn a save as Maryland (12-13) earned a 3-2 victory over visiting George Mason (10-15-1). Sander Beck (1-3) was credited with the win after pitching four scoreless innings of relief. … Run-scoring hits by Andrew Caron and Kyle Kane helped Mount St. Mary's (9-12) score three times in the bottom of the seventh and rally for a 5-4 win over visiting Navy (14-11-1) in a game that was called in the top of the eighth because of snow and rain. … Mike Garza had four hits and drove in six runs and Georgetown (17-9) defeated host Coppin State, 19-7. Jesse Savage had three hits and four RBIs to lead the Eagles.

More colleges

Johns Hopkins' Suter to play for USA D3 Soccer All-Stars

Johns Hopkins junior Erica Suter (River Hill) was one of 15 players selected to participate in the USA D3 Soccer All-Star Team tour of Brazil from May 17-26. The team will compete against top under-22 club teams from Sao Paulo and Rio de Janiero.

Softball: Maryland sophomore Lexi Carroll, who drove in eight runs and scored four times in two wins at Virginia, was named Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week. … Stacey Burgos and Charma Robinson each homered in support of the one-hit pitching of Paige Arnold as Coppin State earned a 3-1 victory over visiting Mount St. Mary's.

Rowing: Virginia's Second Varsity 8+ boat, which includes Morgan Joseph (Centennial), was named the ACC Crew of the Week.

Men's tennis: Johns Hopkins junior Jacob Barnaby was named Centennial Conference Player of the Week.

Women's tennis: Johns Hopkins sophomore Nandita Krishnan was named Centennial Conference Player of the Week.

Men's track and field: Frostburg State junior sprinter Chauncey Manson was named CAC Track Athlete of the Week.

Women's track and field: Towson senior long jumper Ashley Adams was named Colonial Athletic Association Field Athlete of the Week.

Men's golf: Towson senior Nyasha Mauchaza was named CAA Golfer of the Week.

Horse racing

Pimlico to open Friday; Fenwick back at Aintree

The Pimlico Race Course spring meet will begin Friday and conclude with the Preakness. Admission on Opening Day is free. The nine-race card will begin at 1:10.p.m. Pimlico has added a second Pick 4 and scrapped the Pick 6 in favor of a Pick 5 (races 5-9), with a reduced takeout of 18 percent.

Steeplechase: Charles Fenwick Jr., one of only two American riders to win the English Grand National steeplechase, will return to Aintree on April 9 to compete in a race of legends for the Bob Champion Cancer Trust. The race will be conducted at 1 mile, 5 furlongs over the flat as the opener on the Grand National card. Fenwick won the demanding Grand National, which began in 1839, in 1980 aboard Ben Nevis.

Et cetera

Baseball roundtable set for Legends Museum on April 8

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