Mount St. Mary's loses to Georgetown in men's lacrosse

Bayhawks single-game tickets to go on sale Thursday

April 06, 2011|By Sports Digest


Mount St. Mary's loses to Georgetown in men's lacrosse

Eric Ososki had a hat trick in a losing effort as host Mount St. Mary's (4-5) fell, 13-7, to Georgetown (5-4) in men's lacrosse. Rickey Mirabito led the Hoyas with four goals.

More men's lacrosse: Jaime Lincoln had three goals and one assist and host No. 9 Hofstra (9-1) won, 13-8, over Manhattan (3-9). The Pride has won four straight, 19 at home. … No. 19 Yale (6-2) got five goals from Brian Douglass in an 11-9 win over visiting Providence (3-6). … Navy junior RJ Wickham was named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week after he made a career-high 20 saves in a 9-8 loss at Georgetown. Midshipmen freshman attackman Tucker Hull, who had three goals and an assist, was chosen as Rookie of the Week.

Women's lacrosse: Maryland senior attacker Sarah Mollison was named Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Week. She had seven goals and eight assists in two victories. … Salisbury remained No. 2 in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches' Association Division III poll. The College of New Jersey is No. 1. … Lisa Baker (Westminster), Marissa Meiklejohn (Old Mill) and Megan Weiss each had a hat trick, and visiting Stevenson (8-5, 5-2 Capital Athletic Conference) used a 6-0 run in each half to win, 18-6, over Frostburg State (4-9, 3-3). Malory Brunett (River Hill) had two goals and an assist for the Bobcats.

Baseball: Freshman third baseman Jake Stinnett went 3-for-5 with two home runs, three other Terps had multiple-hit games and Maryland (14-15) earned a 10-6 victory at West Virginia (17-14). … Maryland junior right-hander David Carroll was selected as the Primetime Pitcher of the Week by for going 71/3 innings in the Terrapins' 5-0 win over No. 7 Florida State on Saturday.

Softball: UMBC seniors Julia Culotta (North Harford) and Stephanie Weigman (Archbishop Spalding) were named America East Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively. … Felician freshman catcher-outfielder Kelsi Ludwigsen (Harford Tech) is the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Rookie of the Week.

Women's track and field: Navy junior Jess Palacio and freshman Lauren Allam (Chesapeake-AA) were named Patriot League Track Athlete of the Week and Rookie of the Week, respectively.


IronBirds respond to fans upset about autographs

The Aberdeen IronBirds, the short-season Single-A affiliate of the Orioles, responded Tuesday to disgruntled fans who didn't receive autographs from top Ravens players at a charity event Saturday, saying the purpose of the event was to help the Japan relief fund, not to get signatures. The event at Ripken Stadium, orchestrated by Ravens safety Haruki Nakamura, drew an estimated 3,000 and raised more than $60,000 for victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami disaster in Japan. But some fans were upset that they paid at least $50 and didn't get an autograph from Ed Reed, Joe Flacco or Ray Rice — all of whom left before the event ended at 3p.m. "Our stance is everything was supposed to be for charity that day," said Jenna Raglani, assistant general manager and director of sales for Ripken Baseball. "We earmarked this as a totally successful event that happened here on Saturday, raising over $60,000 and being able to work directly with Haruki." Ripken Stadium held the event for free and players didn't receive an appearance fee, according to Raglani.

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Bayhawks tickets to go on sale; Najar picks Honduras

Single-game tickets for the Chesapeake Bayhawks will go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. Individual tickets start at $15 and may be purchased by calling the Bayhawks at 866-99-HAWKS (42957) or at The Bayhawks, the defending Major League Lacrosse champions, will play six regular-season home games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium beginning May 14 against the Rochester Rattlers at 7 p.m. and will host championship weekend.

Soccer: Reigning Major League Soccer Rookie of the Year Andy Najar of D.C. United will represent Honduras — instead of the United States — in international play. Najar, an 18-year-old midfielder, is from Honduras. He went to high school in Virginia, has a green card and eventually will be eligible for U.S. citizenship. … United said its reserves will take part in 45-minute exhibition matches against Virginia (noon) and Maryland (1p.m.) Sunday in College Park. The Terps and Cavaliers will play for 45 minutes at 2 p.m.

—From Sun staff and news services

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