Olympic track and field
Morgan State alum Randall to represent Jamaica
Allison Randall, who holds the Morgan State school record in the discus, captured first place Friday at the Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association National Senior Trials at National Stadium in Kingston with a throw of 55.92 meters to advance to the London Olympics. Randall, who earlier in the year set the Jamaican national record with a throw of 61.21, graduated from Morgan State last spring with a bachelor's degree in physical education.
With resolution, U.S. Senate honors Loyola men's title
The Loyola men's lacrosse team was saluted on the floor of the U.S. Senate on Thursday for winning its first NCAA championship. The Greyhounds, who finished the season with an 18-1 record, defeated Maryland, 9-3, on May 28 in Foxborough, Mass., for the school's first DivisionI title. A resolution congratulating the team was submitted by Maryland Sens. Barbara A. Mikulski and Ben Cardin, and unanimously passed.
More men: Johns Hopkins volunteer coach Jamison Koesterer has been named an assistant coach for Ohio State. Koesterer joined the Blue Jays staff in September 2010 and directed the faceoff personnel. As a player, he was a part of the Blue Jays' 2005 and 2007 NCAA championship squads. ... CCBC-Essex has named Joe Perruzzi and Jeff Rominski assistant coaches. Perruzzi comes to CCBC-Essex after one season as head coach at Ohio, where he led the Bobcats to their first Central Collegiate Lacrosse Association playoff berth. Rominski (C. Milton Wright) played at UMBC in 2004 and 2005; he was an assistant at CCBC-Essex in 2006. ... Former Goucher and St. Mary's assistant coach Jim Rogalski was named head coach at Lafayette. ... Maryland juniors Owen Blye, Jesse Bernhardt, Landon Carr and Billy Gribbin, and redshirt sophomore Mike Chanenchuk, were selected to the Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic team, along with Duke attackman Christian Walsh (Boys' Latin) and North Carolina attackman Frankie Kelly (Calvert Hall). ... Stevenson junior defenseman Kyle Holechek (Loyola) was named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Mid-Atlantic All-Star team.
Women: Lehigh announced its 2016 recruiting class, which includes midfielder Kendall Garden (Archbishop Spalding), attacker Lauren Molina (St. Mary's) and midfielder-defender Hannah Street (South River). ... McDaniel senior defender Steph Nichols was chosen to the ECAC Mid-Atlantic All-Star first team.
Capitals sign right wing Crabb to one-year deal
The Washington Capitals signed right wing Joey Crabb to a one-year, one-way contract worth $950,000 late Sunday night, making this the sixth time in the past seven years the team has agreed to terms with at least one player on the opening day of free agency. Crabb, 29, likely will slot into a bottom-six role for the Capitals and could see time on the penalty kill. The 2011-12 season was Crabb's first full NHL season. The Anchorage, Alaska, native appeared in 67 games with Toronto, recording 11 goals, 15 assists and 33 penalty minutes while averaging 13:02 of playing time per contest, 1:34 of which came short-handed. On Monday the team announced that it had signed defensemen Garrett Stafford and Kevin Marshall to one-year contracts.
—Katie Carrera, The Washington Post
Women's tennis: Loyola alumna Kaitlin (Russo) Loftus is one of 10 finalists for the Under Armour "What's Beautiful" competition. From thousands of entrants, 10 finalists were chosen for the competition that will result in three being named the new faces of Under Armour. Two will be chosen by the company, and a third by fan voting at whatsbeautiful.ua.com/vote. Voting ends today.
College baseball: Maryland's Kyle Convissar, Brett Harman and Jimmy Reed were selected to the Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic team.
Women's college golf: Maryland sophomore Emily Gimpel and junior Christine Shimel were named to the ACCAll-Academic team.
—From Sun staff and news services