Hosley, Bowie help Shuckers to first-ever win

Hopkins' Adams named top ECAC D-III defender

January 08, 2012|Sports Digest

Minor league basketball

Hosley, Bowie help Shuckers to first-ever win

The Bay Area Shuckers (1-3) earned their first win in franchise history with a 131-108 victory over the Manhattan Pride (0-4) in the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League. Guard Terry Hosley (Maryland Bible) led the Shuckers with 23 points, guard Adrian Bowie (Maryland) scored 21, forward Jamarr Johnson had 19 points and 10 rebounds, and forward Danny Quinn (Archbishop Spalding/Towson) added 11 points and 13 rebounds. The win came in Bob Topp's debut as Shuckers head coach.

Colleges

Hopkins' Adams named top ECAC D-III defender

Johns Hopkins senior defender Corey Adams was named a first-team All-American by D3soccer.com and repeated as the Eastern College Athletic Conference's Division III South Region Defensive Player of the Year. Salisbury sophomore defender Larry Cornish joined Adams on the first team. Salisbury junior midfielder Jimmy Mundy (Centennial), Salisbury junior goalkeeper John Vnenchak and Frostburg State senior defender Jamie Flewellyn (Broadneck) made the second team.

More men's soccer: CCBC Essex has an immediate opening for a part-time head coach. Responsibilities include coaching, recruiting and fundraising. Submit a letter of application and resume to Marc Ershler, Athletic Administrator CCBC Essex, 7201 Rossville Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21237; send a fax to 443-840-1490; or send an email to mershler@ccbcmd.edu.

Men's basketball: Frostburg State senior guard Troy Dockett entered the weekend leading Division III players in 3-point field-goal percentage. He is shooting 56.2 percent from beyond the arc, connecting on 41 of 73 attempts. He is 30th in the country with 3.2 3-pointers per game.

More basketball: Bowie State's Darren Clark and Juliette Turner are among 16 finalists for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association division of the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award. CLASS stands for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School.

Football: McDaniel sophomore running back Joe Rollins was named to the Beyond College Sports Network Division III All-America third team.

Softball: Hood promoted Terry Burdette from assistant to head coach, replacing Kate Barrick, who resigned after four seasons. Barrick and her husband, Greg, are expecting their second child in February.

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