Cross country: Sophomore Brandan McGee finished fourth and senior Keri Wilson (Long Reach) placed seventh, respectively, as the UMBC men's and women's cross country teams opened the season at the Mount St. Mary's Dual 5Ks. The men, who are ranked 12th in the Mid-Atlantic Region preseason rankings, finished in a tie for second with a record of 4-1-1, while the women placed fourth with a record of 3-3. Thomas Grushchow finished in fifth place to help the Mount St. Mary's men to a fourth-place finish, while freshman McKenzie Doyle finished 17th overall as the Mount women place fifth at the meet. … Led by graduate student Katie Ogden (Northern), who finished in 19 minutes, 15.10 seconds, Towson took four of the top eight spots to claim the women's team title at the Baltimore Metro Meet at McDaniel. Towson edged Johns Hopkins by one point for the team title. In the men's race, Johns Hopkins ran away with the team title by recording the meet's top 17 finishers. Sophomore Max Robinson won the individual championship in 16:33.69. Brett Shelley and Stephen McNamara finished ninth and 10th in the team scoring (20th and 21st overall) to lead runner-up Hood. Johns Hopkins dominated the competition with a perfect score.
Men's rowing: Senior Sean Harrison and junior coxswain Jeff Nutting (Mount St. Joseph) will serve as the captains for Washington College.
Sailing: Senior skipper Mildred Conroy and junior crew Matt Lawler will be captains for Washington College.
Roland Park's Tutrone falls in squash tourney
Roland Park junior Katie Tutrone lost to top-seeded Siyoli Waters, 3-0, in a quarterfinal at the Women's International Squash Players Association Dread Sports Squash Series on Friday in Washington. Tutrone won her first career WISPA match with an upset over No. 7 seed Elpiniki Clement on Thursday. The unseeded Tutrone won her best-of-five match, 3-2, to advance to Friday's quarterfinal. Tutrone won the U.S. under-17 championship in March.
Girls soccer: John Carroll senior goalkeeper Gina Maiorana, who has been sidelined after knee surgery in January, is expected to be cleared to play Sept. 8 and hopes to return to goal for the No. 5 Patriots at some point this season. It was previously thought that Maiorana would miss the entire season.
D.C. United: Players Santino Quaranta (Archbishop Curley), Brandon McDonald, Joseph Ngwenya, Clyde Simms, Perry Kitchen and Brandon Barklage will participate in the Community Soccer Series on Tuesday at Patterson Park. The event will begin at 4:30 p.m.
—From Sun staff and news services