Nguyen wins Under Armour girls division
Bryana Nguyen (Atholton) made three birdies in a four-hole stretch on the back nine to make a late charge and win the girls division of the Under Armour/Steve Marino Championship on Thursday at Bethesda Country Club by one shot over Elyse Smidinger (Arundel). Nguyen finished the 54-hole American Junior Golf Association event with a 6-over-par 216. Clay Brown of Davidson, N.C., shot a 7-over 217 to take the boys division; Conner Flach (Centennial) tied for fourth at 220.
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Major League Lacrosse: The Chesapeake Bayhawks placed defenseman Dan Hostetler (River Hill) on the two-game injured reserve and activated defenseman Michael Simon (Stevenson, Fallston) from the practice squad.
Tennis: Top-seeded Mardy Fish was a second- round winner at the Citi Open in Washington. Fish handled wild card Ricardas Berankis, 6-3, 6-1, and will play in the quartefinals against Xavier Malisse, who beat sixth-seeded Jeremy Chardy, 6-3, 6-2. Eighth-seeded American Sam Querrey will play Kevin Anderson in another quarterfinal.
NBA: Free-agent forward Anthony Tolliver told Fox Sports Florida that the Washington Wizards are pursuing him harder than any other team. The Wizards reached out to the 6-foot-8 Tolliver after using the amnesty provision on Andray Blatche. ... Forward James Singleton has declined an offer to return to the Wizards.
—Michael Lee, The Washington Post
NHL: Brett "Stretch" Leonhardt is returning to the Washington Capitals as video coach after a year with the league office as a video editor.
—Lindsay Applebaum, The Washington Post
Men's college basketball: Loyola, coming off an appearance in the NCAA tournament, will open its 2012-13 schedule with a regular-season game Nov. 9 at home against Binghamton.
Men's college soccer: Loyola High forward Jamie Dubyoski is part of Navy's nine-player recruiting class for this season.
Women's college soccer: Navy named senior central defender Kelsey Learned captain.
College tennis: Jim Orange (Navy) was named an assistant coach at Washington College.
College media: Matt Taylor was hired as an assistant director of media relations at Maryland. Taylor, who spent the past four years with the Washington Redskins and Indianapolis Colts, will work with the football program.
—From Sun staff and news services