Caringi, Bulls rally UMBC to 2-1 victory against Albany

Navy men continue recent run against Army

October 02, 2011|Sports Digest


Caringi, Bulls rally UMBC to 2-1 victory against Albany

Pete Caringi III (Calvert Hall) scored in the 64th minute and Andrew Bulls (McDonogh) in the 77th as host UMBC rallied to edge Albany, 2-1, in the America East opener for both squads. The Retrievers, the defending conference champions, improved to 4-3-2 overall, while Albany lost its third straight and slipped to 4-5-0. Bulls became the fourth player in school history to reach 90 career points and the ninth to score 30 goals.

More men's soccer: Guy Skord scored his second goal of the year in the 16th minute and Navy (4-4-3, 1-0-1) made it stand in a 1-0 victory over visiting Army (4-6-0, 1-1-0) in the Patriot League. The Midshipmen have won three straight Star Games over Army for the first time since the 1962-1964 seasons, all three coming by 1-0 margins. In addition, Navy has four points in its first two league games for the first time since 2003. … Patrick O'Brien's goal 64:42 into the game gave William & Mary (6-3-0, 3-0-0) a 1-0 victory over host Towson (1-5-1, 0-2-0) in the Tigers' Colonial Athletic Association home opener.

Women's soccer: Junior forward Nichole Schiro scored twice, including the eventual game-winner, as Loyola (3-8) earned a 3-0 victory over visiting Rider (7-3-2) in its Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener. … Sophomore forward Ashlynn Soellner, who missed the previous four games because of an injury, scored the game-winning goal in the 110th minute as Navy (8-3-2, 1-0-0 Patriot League) outlasted host American (4-8-1, 0-1-1).

Didi Haracic


Cornerback Buchanon could return Monday

Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Saturday that the team will evaluate veteran cornerback Phillip Buchanon on Monday and decide whether to add him to the 53-man roster, which would require moving someone else off. Monday is the first day Buchanon is eligible to return to work after serving a four-game suspension for violating NFL policy on performance-enhancing drugs. Team officials have been prohibited from having contact with him since the suspension began Sept.3. "We're going to bring him in," Shanahan said. "When he left here, he was a little banged up, so we're going to see how he is with that shoulder, see what type of condition he's in, and then make a decision what direction we're going to go."

Barry Svrluga, The Washington Post

Et cetera

Seven to be inducted into Maryland Athletic Hall

Seven athletes will be honored Nov. 10 by the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame at Michael's 8th Avenue in Glen Burnie. The honorees are former 22-year NFL punter Sean Landeta (Loch Raven); former NBA All-Star Sam Cassell (Dunbar); former major league pitcher Geoff Zahn, a Baltimore native; former world heavyweight boxing champion Hasim Rahman, a Baltimore native; PGA golfer Fred Funk (Maryland); X Games gold medalist Travis Pastrana, an Annapolis native; and former Olympic women's basketball player Tara Heiss (Maryland). It will be the organization's 52nd induction ceremony; the last was held in 2007. Tickets that include dinner, an open bar and the ceremony are $50. The program begins at 6p.m. and is expected to run until 10 p.m. For ticket information, call 410-859-0151.

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