Digest: Caringi gets 3 goals, 2 assists in UMBC win

Title IX discussion set for Friday in College Park

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October 14, 2012|Sports Digest

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Caringi gets 3 goals, 2 assists in UMBC win

Junior forward Pete Caringi (Calvert Hall) smashed career highs with three goals and two assists as UMBC (6-4-4, 1-2-1 America East) rolled to a 5-1 men's soccer victory over visiting Boston University (4-6-4, 1-1-2) on Saturday. The Terriers entered the game with a four-game unbeaten streak. Caringi's eight-point performance was UMBC's first since Ted Lawler scored four goals against UMES in 1995.

More men's soccer: Nathan Page scored with under five minutes remaining in the first half to give Drexel (9-3-1, 5-1 Colonial Athletic Association) a 1-0 victory over host Towson (4-7-1, 2-3-1). The Tigers outshot the Dragons 9-1 in the second half but couldn't convert. Olakunle Banjo led Towson with five shots for the game.

Women's soccer: Nichole Schiro scored on a header in the 13th minute, helping Loyola (7-4-4, 3-1-1 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) to a 1-1 tie against host Rider (7-3-3, 2-2-1), which outshot the Greyhounds 20-11. Metro Atlantic Athletic Confernece action.

Field hockey: Sophomore Maxine Fluharty had two goals and an assist as No. 6 Maryland (10-3) pulled away for a 5-2 victory against No. 8 Old Dominion, 5-2, Friday night in Norfolk, Va. The game was 2-2 at halftime. The Terps had a 21-5 edge in shots for the game and a 9-2 advantage in penalty corners.

Men's lacrosse: Denver defeated Maryland, 12-9, on Saturday in the inaugural Seatown Classic in Tukwila, Wash., a suburb of Seattle. The game, held by the Washington state chapter of US Lacrosse, was the first-ever Division I contest in the state. Kevin Cooper (Archbishop Spalding) led the Terrapins with three goals and two assists. Starting goalie Niko Amato finished with six saves. For the Pioneers, sophomore Michael Pirone (Georgetown Prep) and freshman Gordie Koerber (Gilman) added two goals each. Maryland held a slight advantage in shots (32-31), while Denver led the way in ground balls (25-22). The Pioneers led 7-4 at the half. ... North Carolina senior attackman Marcus Holman (Gilman) was elected captain by his teammates. Holman is the first solo captain of the Tar Heels since 1990. He was a tri-captain as a junior. ... Sewanee named senior Patrick Dudley (Boys' Latin) one of four captains.

Women's volleyball: UMES middle blocker Ndidi Ibe was honored

Men's cross country: St. Mary's Dan Swain (Calvert Hall) was named the school's Athlete of the Month.

Women's cross country: CCBC-Essex sophomore Mary Gauvin (Loch Raven) was named the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference Student-Athlete of the Month for her sport.

Et cetera

Title IX discussion set for Friday in College Park

Christine Brennan of USA Today will moderate a panel discussion on "Title IX: Forty Years of Action & Coverage" on Friday from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. at Knight Hall at the University of Maryland. Panelists will be Bonnie Bernstein, Class of 1992, a sports broadcaster and four-time Academic All-America gymnast; Lacey O'Neal, Olympic track athlete; Chris Weller, '66, Maryland women's basketball coach from 1975 to 2002; Christy Winters Scott, '90, a basketball analyst and four-time letter winner; and Dave Zirin, sports editor at The Nation. Admission is free.

Major League Soccer: D.C. United named Sonny Silooy has been named director of youth development.

 

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