Digest: Terps' Bosdosh gets first college win at VCU Shootout

More than 600 to compete in ChesapeakeMan on Saturday in Cambridge

September 26, 2012|Sports Digest

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Terps' Bosdosh gets first college win at VCU Shootout

Maryland golfer Sean Bosdosh shot a final-round 71 on Tuesday to finish with a 4-under-par 212 and capture the individual title at the VCU Shootout. Bosdosh, who held a two-shot lead heading into the final round after shooting 141 (70-71) in 36 holes Monday, beat Iowa State's Scott Fernandez and Long Beach State's Raymond Ho by two strokes. The win marks the first college victory for Bosdosh and the first individual title for a Terp since John Popeck captured the Firestone Invitational on Oct.12, 2010.

Men's soccer: Visiting Navy (5-2-1) rallied for a 3-1 win over Pittsburgh (6-2-2), extending its unbeaten streak to five games, the longest run for the program since a pair of six-game stretches in 2001. ... Junior Stephen Dooley and freshman Larry Ndjock teamed up twice to lead host Loyola (5-3-1) to a 2-0 victory over American (4-4-1). ... Host UMBC (4-2-3) dominated much of the action but settled for a scoreless draw with La Salle (5-2-2). ... Patrick Mullins scored two goals as No. 1 Maryland (7-0-1) blanked visiting Georgia State, 4-0, on Monday night for its fifth shutout of the season. The Terps limited their second consecutive opponent to zero shots on goal. Freshman Tsubasa Endoh and redshirt junior Jake Pace each scored a goal. ... Frostburg State senior forward Ryan Russell was selected as the Capital Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week. ... Washington College senior goalkeeper Tyler Cabot was named Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week.

Women's soccer: St. Mary's sophomore Liz Mosher picked up her first career CAC Offensive Player of the Week award.

Football: Salisbury (2-1) remained No. 11 in the American Football Coaches Association Top 25 poll and moved up to No. 7 in the D3football.com poll.

Women's tennis: Johns Hopkins sophomore Shannon Herndon lost in the semifinals at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Southeast Regional. She is the first unseeded player in program history to advance to the final four, and it marks the fifth straight year that the Blue Jays have had at least one player in the semifinals of the ITA championship singles draw. Also highlighting Hopkins' performance at the regional was sophomore Macie Wilkins, who won the Blue 1 singles draw.

Field hockey: Salisbury senior forward Melissa Slocum was chosen as the CAC Offensive Player of the Week. ... Salisbury is No. 1 in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III national coaches poll. The Sea Gulls will head to Johns Hopkins for a nonconference game at 7 tonight.

Women's volleyball: Washington College freshman outside hitter Kristin Lee (River Hill) earned Centennial Conference Player of the Week honors. ... Salisbury senior Kelly Vieira and was named CAC Co-Player of the Week. ... Salisbury (18-1) is No. 20 in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III poll, tying its highest ranking in program history.

Et cetera

More than 600 to compete in ChesapeakeMan on Saturday

The ninth annual ChesapeakeMan Endurance Festival will be held Saturday in Cambridge to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic. More than 600 endurance athletes from 26 states and abroad will compete in one of four events, including the USA Triathlon Mid-Atlantic Ultra Distance Triathlon Championship, which consists of a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and 26.2-mile run. Other events include the AquaBike (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride), Skipjack 75.2 (1.2-mile swim, 64-mile bike ride, 10-mile run) and the Bugeye Classic Triathlon (1.2-mile swim, 25-mile bike ride, 6.2-mile run).

Minor league basketball: The Bay Area Shuckers of the American Professional Basketball League have re-signed Terry Hosley, an All-League selection last season.

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