Bayhawks win second with 14-10 victory over Nationals

Terps women to host Michigan in Big Ten/ACC Challenge

May 20, 2011|By Sports Digest

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Bayhawks win second with 14-10 victory over Nationals

Midfielder Michael Kimmel had four goals and two assists as the Chesapeake Bayhawks took a big early lead then rebuffed a rally to beat the host Hamilton Nationals, 14-10. Kimmel, a second-year player out of Johns Hopkins, scored three of his goals on crank shots — two from the right side and one from the left. Attackman Danny Glading had three goals and two assists for Chesapeake, which improved its Major League Lacrosse record to 2-0. Newly acquired midfielder Dan Hardy added two goals and an assist, while attackman Brendan Cannon contributed three assists in his debut for the Bayhawks.

Women's college basketball: Maryland will host Michigan in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Nov.30. This will be the first meeting between the two teams. The Terps are 4-0 in their Big Ten/ACC Challenge matchups.

2. Michigan is the only undefeated BigTen squad in the Challenge.

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College baseball: Sixth seed Johns Hopkins (26-14) survived its first elimination game of the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional with an 8-5 triumph over Randolph-Macon (24-10) on Thursday in Lakewood, N.J. Hopkins will play at 12:15 p.m. today against eighth seed Catholic. The Blue Jays lost, 2-1, to third seed Alvernia (36-7) early Thursday morning in a game that was delayed until an 11:15p.m. Wednesday start because of thunderstorms. … Fourth seed Salisbury (29-12) lost, 10-1, to third seed Piedmont (31-13) on Wednesday in the South Regional in Millington, Tenn., and dropped into the elimination bracket, then won, 10-1, against sixth seed Webster. … Frostburg State (28-15) was eliminated Thursday from the Mideast Regional with a 7-2 loss to top-ranked host Marietta (Ohio). Bobcats senior Greg Ross (Loch Raven) struck out 10 in the loss. … Brett Armour hit a two-run triple to break a tie in the bottom of the 11th and visiting Wake Forest (23-28, 13-15 Atlantic Coast Conference) went on a 6-2 victory at Maryland (21-33, 5-23).

—From Sun staff and news services

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