Digest: Hopkins' Stromberg, Milne to join MAC Hall of Fame

Harman first Terp to be named to All-ACC baseball team since 2004

May 22, 2012|Sports Digest

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Hopkins' Stromberg, Milne to join MAC Hall

Bill Stromberg, a standout member of the Johns Hopkins football team from 1978 to 1981, and fello alumnus Bill Milne, one of the top swimmers in the nation from 1971 to 1974, have been selected to the 36-member charter class of the Middle Atlantic Conference Hall of Fame. Stromberg, the only Johns Hopkins player elected to the College Football Hall of Fame (2004), was a two-time first-team All-American and two-time MAC Most Valuable Player (1980 and 1981). Stromberg led the nation in receiving twice and established then-national records for receptions (258), receiving yards (3,776) and touchdown receptions (39). Milne, meanwhile, led Hopkins to four consecutive MAC championships and won four individual national crowns in the 100 fly, three in the 200 fly and two in the 200 individual medley.

College baseball: Maryland senior pitcher Brett Harman was selected to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference second team. He is Maryland's first selection to the All-ACC team since Kevin Hart and Anthony Buffone were named to the first team in 2004. ... Towson junior right-hander Michael Trionfo (Calvert Hall) is the co-winner of the Colonial Athletic Association Baseball Pitcher of the Week award.

Women's college track and field: Johns Hopkins coach Bobby Van Allen was named Mideast Region Outdoor Women's Head Coach of the Year by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

Women's college tennis: Johns Hopkins lost, 5-1, to Chicago (22-4) in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal in Cary, N.C. The Blue Jays (18-6) finished with a program-record for wins.

Men's college tennis: UMBC senior Joe Adewumi was chosen to the Capital One Academic All-District at-large team by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Adewumi will now be considered for Academic All-America honors.

Major League Lacrosse: Midfielder Michael Kimmel (Johns Hopkins) was named Offensive Player of the Week for the second time in his career.

D.C. United: The club is set to host Italian SerieA champion Juventus FC in a friendly as part of the World Football Challenge. The game will be played at RFK Stadium on July 28 at 6 p.m. ... Midfielder-forward Dwayne De Rosario was selected by the North American Soccer Reporters as Major League Soccer Player of the Week.

Women's basketball: Jannah Tucker (New Town) was among 12 players named to the USA Basketball under-18 national team.

Men's basketball: Washington Wizards guard John Wall was one of 13 NBA players added to the USA Men's Select Team roster. The team will train against the U.S. men's national team July6-12 in Las Vegas.

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