No. 17 Stony Brook women roll past Duquesne, 16-3
College women: Frankie Caridi made five saves and No. 17 Stony Brook (3-1) won, 16-3, against visiting Duquesne (2-3) on Thursday. The Seawolves, led by Janine Hillier and Demmianne Cook with five goals each, tied a program record for the fewest goals allowed in a single game for the second week in a row. Stony Brook beat Central Connecticut, 19-3, on Feb. 27.
Terps' Aronhalt named to ACC all-academic team
Maryland guard Logan Aronhalt was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball all-academic team. The senior, a kinesiology major, is averaging 6.2 points per game off the bench and shooting 45.5 percent from beyond the 3-point line this season.
Baseball: The Terps (9-3) will open their ACC schedule today with the first game of a three-game road series against No. 25 Virginia (12-0). Jimmy Reed (2-1, 1.50 ERA) will start for Maryland in the first game, which begins at 5 p.m. Visiting McDaniel (3-2) scored five runs in the seventh inning to break open a 5-3 game en route to a 10-3 victory over Gallaudet (3-6) on Thursday.
Women's basketball: UMBC senior guard Raven Harris was named to the All-America East second team as well as the all-conference defensive team. … Mount St. Mary's guard Sydney Henderson was an All-Northeast Conference second-team selection.
Field hockey: Seven Maryland players were named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association's national academic squad: Danielle Kauffman, Christine Knauss (Garrison Forest), Janessa Pope, Steffi Schneid, Sarah Sprink, Shelby Sydnor and Harriet Tibble. Kauffman and Pope were honored in each of their four years. … Hood freshman Anna Kate Smith was named a Division III scholar of distinction.
Softball: Hood freshman Keerstie Robinson was selected as the Commonwealth Conference Pitcher of the Week for the two-week period that ended Sunday.
Bowling: UMES senior Anggie Ramirez was named the Mid-Eastern Conference Bowling Athlete of the Week for the fifth time.
London Fletcher to return to Redskins for 16th season
Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher announced Wednesday via Twitter that his ankle surgery went well and that he intends to play in 2013. "Surgery went great…thanks for all the well wishes!" he tweeted. "Prep begins now for season 16! #Monster216 #HTTR." Fletcher, who turns 38 in May, had surgery to repair a left ankle that caused nagging pain last season. He is scheduled to undergo elbow surgery this month.
—Mark Maske, The Washington Post
Wizards: Rookie guard Bradley Beal missed his eighth game of the season Wednesday night, his first with a sprained left ankle that he suffered Sunday. He remains day-to-day, but coach Randy Wittman said Beal is making progress. The Wizards (19-40) are 2-6 without Beal in the lineup.
—Michael Lee, The Washington Post
Orioles: The Orioles will conduct an open tryout to find ballgirls and ballboys for the 2013 season at Oriole Park beginning at noon Saturday. Outgoing and athletic men and women ages 18 and older who are interested are invited to try out. Applicants should dress casually, bring a glove and use the Home Plate Plaza entrance on the southwest corner of the ballpark. Free parking will be available in Lot A.
—From Sun staff and news services