JHU coach's daughter sets record with 11-goal game
Mary Washington senior Catherine Kennedy, the daughter of Johns Hopkins swimming and diving coach George Kennedy, set a school record with 11 goals as the Eagles, ranked 13th in Division III, defeated Marymount, 24-13, in the first round of the Capital Athletic Conference women's lacrosse tournament Saturday. With the win, the Eagles advanced to the semifinals Tuesday at York (Pa). Kennedy's 11 goals break the record of nine in a game, set by by Pam Heller in 1986 and tied by Suzy Baughman in 1988. Kennedy, the school's leader in career goals and points, added two assists in Saturday's game.
College softball: Maryland pulled out a 4-3 win at North Carolina State (22-28, 4-13 Atlantic Coast Conference) on Sunday afternoon to clinch its second straight ACC series win. The Terps (27-18, 5-7) used a three-run top of the fifth to take the lead and a sacrifice fly by Sara Acosta in the top of the seventh to claim their seventh win in their past eight games. The Wolfpack scored two runs in the bottom of the second off of a two-run homer by Landon Warren to left center field.
College acrobatics and tumbling: Maryland will be seeded No. 1 at the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association championships Friday and Saturday in Waco, Texas. The Terrapins (8-1) earned a first-round bye and will compete in the semifinals at 5 p.m. Friday against fourth-seeded Quinnipiac or fifth-seeded Azusa Pacific.
College sailing: Washington College finished seventh of 12 teams at the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association Women's Spring Championships, hosted by Old Dominion, and ninth of 19 teams at the Admiral's Cup, hosted by Merchant Marine, over the weekend. The MAISA finish qualified Washington for the first round of the Intercollegiate Sailing Association Women's National Championships for the first time ever. Washington sailed against 16 nationally ranked teams at the Admiral's Cup and finished ahead of eight.
BCCC: Baltimore City Community College will induct the following eight people into its Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday at 7p.m. at the Forum: former athletic directors Cyril Byron and Steve Hokuf, men's basketball assistant coach Tony Carter women's lacrosse coach Ann Ritter, women's basketball player Norma Jean Evans, soccer players Edward Chong Qui and Chima Ugah, and baseball player Bob Ullman. Former inductees Roger Dickens (2007), John Rhames (2007) and George "Jerry" Phipps (2006) will also be recognized at the ceremony. For ticket information, call 410-462-8474 or 410-462-8320.
Baseball: Steven Goldman will discuss his book, "It Ain't Over 'till It's Over," at the meeting of "Talkin' Baseball" at 9 a.m. May 12 at Brighton Gardens, 7110 Minstrel Way, Columbia. For information, call 410-740-1145.
Youth ice hockey: The American Icebirds spring-summer under-16 team is seeking players. Email email@example.com or call 336-422-3376.
—From Sun staff and news services