Hutsell wins Maryland Open, edges Terps sophomore

Navy, Marshall to play in football for first time in '16

July 14, 2011|By Sports Digest


Hutsell wins Maryland Open, edges Terps sophomore

David Hutsell, a teaching professional at the Elkridge Club, included back-to-back eagles and two birdies in a four-hole stretch of the front nine to edge Sean Bosdosh, 19, a Maryland sophomore from Clarksburg, by a stroke to win the 90th Maryland Open championship on Wednesday at Maryland Golf and Country Club in Bel Air. Hutsell, 40, finished at 9-under-par 207 for 54 holes. Second-round co-leader Jim Estesfinished third at 4-under-par 212.


Navy, Marshall to play in football for first time in '16

Marshall has signed a deal to play Navy in a home-and-home football series starting Sept. 3, 2016, with a game in Annapolis. The teams, which have never played, will meet again Oct. 13, 2018, in Huntington, W.Va.

Men's college basketball: Navy inducted seven recruits who have begun plebe summer, including 6-foot guard Wes Clark, who lives in Annapolis, and 6-4 Calvert Hall guard Donya Jackson. The other players are Kevin Alter, a 5-6 guard from Rumson, N.J., 6-0 guard Jon Ward-Adams from Center Moriches, N.Y., 6-3 guard Chall Montgomery from Cleveland, 6-6 forward Worth Smith from Mooresville, N.C., and 6-10 center Jared Smoot from Crown Point, Ind. … Baltimore City Community College has signed 6-0 sophomore guard Xavier Drake, a 2009 first-team All-Metro player at Milford Mill. Drake returns to Baltimore after a redshirt season at Grays Harbor Junior College in Aberdeen, Wash.

Women's college basketball: UMBC was recognized on the Women's Basketball Coaches Association Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll for the second year in a row. The Retrievers' 3.374 GPA ranked 20th among NCAA Division I schools.

College tennis: Washington College has hired Dave Donn as the men's and women's coach … Navy rising sophomore Caitlin Olsen, graduated senior Brittney Boucher and rising juniors Katie Laderer and Stefanie Ton were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

Et cetera

Mt. St. Joe grad Robinson called to U.S. U-18 camp

Four D.C. United Academy players have been called into U.S. men's national team camps. Jalen Robinson (Mount St. Joseph) and Marcus Salandy-Defour will travel to Northern Ireland to participate with the Under-18 team Wednesday through July 30. Brandon Williamson and Michael Seaton will travel to Carson, Calif., to participate in the U-14 and U-15 camps, respectively.

Robinson and Collin Martin were named to the U-15/16 U.S. Soccer Development Academy Starting XI and USSDA Mid-Atlantic Starting XI.

Major League Soccer: Former midfielder Richie Williams will be inducted into the D.C. United Hall of Tradition at halftime of a 7:30 p.m. game against the Portland Timbers on Aug. 27. Williams played for United from 1996 to 2000 and 2002, and he helped the team win MLS Cup titles in 1996, 1997 and 1999.

NFL: The Ravens and the Governor's Office on Service and Volunteerism announced the start of the 12th annual Honor Rows Program. During each regular-season home game, the program will honor youth groups or youth organizations that provide outstanding volunteer service to communities. Winning groups will receive up to 100 tickets to a game, Honor Rows T-shirts for all participants, and a pre-game on-field visit. Applications can be completed online at The deadline is Aug.19.


The Washington Capitals re-signed center Mathieu Perreault to a one-year contract.

Perreault, 23, played in 35 games for the Capitals last season, collecting seven goals and seven assists.

WNBA: Nicole Powell finished with 20 points and seven rebounds to lead the New York Liberty in a 91-69 rout of the Atlanta Dream at home. Kia Vaughn Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) had 17 points for the Dream, which has lost its past two games.

Minor league basketball: Season tickets to the Bay Area Shuckers of the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League are now available. Home games will be played at Annapolis Area Christian School. For more information, visit

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