Women's college lacrosse
Church's 7 points pace Gettysburg in 1st round
Hannah Church (Mount de Sales) and Katie Blumenthal each contributed seven points as host Gettysburg (18-1) won, 22-7, over Cabrini (10-9) in the first round of the NCAA Division III women's lacrosse tournament on Wednesday. Church had four goals and three assists; she is two points shy of Katie Ceglarski (266 points) for fourth on the Bullets' all-time points list. Gettysburg will host Denison at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the second round.
More Division III games: Catherine Kennedy (Baltimore Lutheran) scored five goals and added three assists to power host Mary Washington (14-4) to a 16-8 victory over Washington & Lee (15-5). The Eagles will face host SUNY-Cortland (22-6) in Saturday's second round at 12:30p.m. ... Lizzy Kenney (Dulaney) and Meghan Doolittle each scored four goals to lead host Messiah (16-3) to an 18-8 win over Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute (16-2). Messiah will face Colby on Saturday. ... Leah Schultz (Seton Keough) and Kim Wayson (Southern) each had a hat trick for York (14-5), but Cora Delfini scored her fifth goal and the game-winner with 39 seconds left to lift host Montclair State (14-5) to a 14-13 victory. ... Ellen Halle (Hereford) had two goals and five assists and host Middlebury (13-4) rolled to a 19-1 victory over Norwich (13-2). Middlebury will play Montclair State on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in Gettysburg, Pa.
Division I honors: Stanford senior attacker Emilie Boeri (Notre Dame Prep) and Oregon senior attacker Kristina Barrett (Severn) were named to the All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation first team. Chosen to the second team were San Diego State sophomore attacker Meris Walsh (Maryland), Denver sophomore attacker Jenn Etzel (John Carroll), Oregon sophomore midfielder Nikki Puszcz (Maryvale), Stanford sophomore midfielder Anna Kim (River Hill), Stanford sophomore goalkeeper Lyndsey Munoz (St. Mary's), Denver junior defender Jessica Gring (Notre Dame Prep), Denver sophomore defender Callie Murphy (Garrison Forest) and Oregon sophomore attacker Shannon Propst (Fallston).
Division III honors: Salisbury junior attacker Katie Bollhorst (St. Mary's) was named Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year. The All-CAC first team included Bollhorst, Salisbury junior attacker Lauren Feusahrens (St. Mary's Ryken), Mary Washington senior attacker Catherine Kennedy (Lutheran), York junior attacker Kim Wayson (Southern), Salisbury senior midfielder Alyssa Fowler (Arundel), Stevenson sophomore midfielder Marissa Meiklejohn (Old Mill), York junior midfielder Leah Schultz (Seton Keough), St. Mary's junior midfielder Erin Shackelford (Annapolis), Salisbury senior midfielder Allie Wheatley, York junior defender Katie Vautier (Archbishop Spalding), Salisbury junior defender Alyssa Hardesty, Stevenson senior defender Lauren Taguding (Towson), Salisbury sophomore defender Meghan Toomey (St. Mary's) and Salisbury sophomore goalie Ashton Wheatley. The second team included York sophomore attacker Erica Mulford (Seton Keough), Wesley senior attacker Alyssa Prudente (Hereford), St. Mary's junior attacker Emily Shafer, Stevenson sophomore attacker Leah Warner (Northeast), Frostburg State sophomore midfielder Malory Brunett (River Hill), St. Mary's freshman defender Paige Decker (River Hill), York junior defender Jordan Hall (South River), Stevenson senior defender Sarah Pincus, York junior goalie Kelsey Evans (Fallston) and Stevenson senior goalie Jenny Schroeder (Seton Keough). Marymount freshman attacker Megan McGuirk (Mount de Sales) was named Rookie of the Year.
Maddux shoots Gettysburg men to 7-4 victory
Freshman Robby Maddux (St. Paul's) scored four goals, including the first three of the game, and host Gettysburg (11-6) won, 7-4, over Ohio Wesleyan (10-5) in the opening round of the NCAA Division III men's lacrosse tournament. The Bullets will play at Stevenson in Saturday's second round at 7 p.m.
More Division III men's lacrosse: Springfield (14-4) forced overtime, but Stevens (17-2) won it, 13-12, on a goal by Harry Dorne with 2:54 left.
Men's Division I college lacrosse: Tickets for the NCAA quarterfinals May 19 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium are on sale at the Ricketts Hall Box Office by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY or on the Internet at: bit.ly/waAy23. Tickets for the doubleheader are $20 for adults and $15 for students. Potential teams include top seed Loyola, second seed Johns Hopkins, seventh seed Lehigh, eighth seed North Carolina, Denver, Maryland, Stony Brook and Canisius. Game times are noon and 2:30 p.m.
College baseball: Maryland (31-22) scored seven runs in the bottom of the third inning and emerged with a 7-3 victory over visiting Penn State (24-24) in a game that was called in the bottom of the fifth because of heavy rains. David Carroll pitched a scoreless fifth and was credited with the win.
Local golf: Rick Sovero of Rolling Road Golf Club and Chris Willde of Waverly Woods GC shot 2-under-par 68s at Rolling Road to share low amateur honors in qualifying for the Amateur and Open championships of the Maryland State Golf Association. Billy Hoffman, an assistant pro at Westwood Country Club in Vienna, Va., shot 67 to lead the 146-player field. Earlier, in a similar qualifying round at Holly Hills CC in Ijamsville, Dennis Winters, head professional at the River Run Club in Berlin, produced the only par-or-lower score with a 1-under round of 71.The final qualifier will be held May 16 at Andrews Air Force Base.
—From Sun staff and news services