Bayhawks trade Salisbury grad Hartzell to Ohio Machine

Notable names to return for Coppin's Midnight Mayhem

October 13, 2011|Sports Digest

Bayhawks

Salisbury grad Hartzell dealt to Ohio Machine

The Chesapeake Bayhawks announced that they have traded defenseman Kyle Hartzell (Salisbury) and their second-round selection (13th overall) in the 2012 Major League Lacrosse supplemental draft to the Ohio Machine. In exchange, the Bayhawks will receive the Machine's seventh-round selection (13th overall) in the 2012 expansion draft. The deal came just hours before the league's 12-man rosters were announced.

College basketball

Notable names to return for Coppin's Midnight Mayhem

Some of the top men's and women's basketball players in Coppin State history will take part in a scrimmage as a part of the Midnight Mayhem event marking the start of the season Friday in the Physical Education Complex. Among those expected to participate on the men's side include Antoine Brockington, Danny Singletary, Stephen Stewart, Larry Tucker, Reggie Isaac, Terquin Mott, Sidney Raikes and Reggie Welch. For the women's scrimmage, Sherri Tucker, LaKesha Wills, Whitney Cunningham, Regina Nolan, Shalamar Oakley, Rashida Suber and Talia Sutton are scheduled to play. Doors will open for Midnight Mayhem at 8:30 p.m., and the event is scheduled to begin at 9p.m. Admission is free.

Men's honor: UMES senior guard Hillary Haley of Oxon Hill was named to the preseason All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference second team.

Et cetera

Caringi's kick leads UMBC men past Binghamton, 1-0

Sophomore forward Pete Caringi III (Calvert Hall) scored on a penalty kick in the 41st minute, and visiting UMBC held off Binghamton, 1-0, in an America East match Tuesday night. The Retrievers are unbeaten in four straight and are off to 3-0-0 start in conference play for the first time since 2005. The Retrievers host New Hampshire on Friday as a part of homecoming festivities. The game is a rematch of the 2010 America East title game and will be televised live by Fox Soccer Channel. Kickoff is at 7p.m.

More men's college soccer: Salisbury sophomore Trevor Sharpe was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference South Region Offensive Player of the Week.

College football: Maryland freshman running back Rahsaan Moore has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of university policy. The reserve fullback has not played this season.

Women's college soccer: Johns Hopkins freshman Hannah Kronick was tabbed as the ECAC South Region Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season.

Women's college lacrosse: Frostburg State coach Ashley Manion accepted the position of head coach at Shippensburg. She will begin her new duties late this month.

College field hockey: Maryland fifth-year senior goalkeeper Melissa Vassalotti was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week. … Salisbury (12-0, 4-0 Capital Athletic Conference) remains No. 1 in the nation in the Kookaburra/National Field Hockey Coaches Association poll for the fourth straight week. … Salisbury senior Anna Cooke was named the ECAC South Region Field Hockey Co-Defensive Player of the Week.

Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame: The Hall will honor five new members at its 21st annual induction ceremony, set for 6p.m. Wednesday at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie. This year's honorees are John Dolch, George Kazmarek, Carin Peterson, Dan Ruland and Joyce Stefancik. Former state Sen. Mike Wagner also will be recognized with the County Executive's Award. Tickets for the induction banquet are $30. For more information or tickets, call Ken Pumphrey at 443-223-3388.

Glenn Graham

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