Digest: Washington College men's, women's lacrosse teams remain undefeated

March 15, 2013|Sports Digest


Washington College men's, women's lacrosse teams remain undefeated

Jim Cusick (Calvert Hall) scored the game-winning goal with 2:31 left off a pass from Bennett Cord to lift host Washington College (6-0) to an 8-7 victory over Ohio Wesleyan (4-3). … Mount St. Mary's senior attackman Andrew Scalley (Archbishop Spalding), who has 24 goals and 23 assists in eight games, has been added to the Tewaaraton Award watch list. Princeton senior midfielder Jeff Froccaro and Notre Dame freshman attackman Matt Kavanagh also were added. … UMBC senior attackman Matt Gregoire (South River) was added as a captain by the coaching staff. He joins seniors Scott Jones, Neill Lewnes (St. Mary's) and Ethan Murphy, who were selected by team members after the fall semester.

Women's lacrosse: Emily Hubley had five goals, three assists and five turnovers to power Washington College (5-0) to a 14-7 win over Wheaton (2-2) at the National Training Center in Clermont, Fla. This is the first time the Shoremen's men's and women's teams have been 5-0 or better at the same time.

Baseball: McDaniel senior Zach Jones was named the National Collegiate Baseball Writers' Association Division III Pitcher of the Week and Centennial Conference Pitcher of the Week after throwing the Green Terror's first no-hitter since 2001.

Et cetera

Williams, Darrell to enter Virginia lacrosse hall

Margaret "Peggy" Boutilier Williams (Roland Park) and John Stewart "Jack" Darrell (St. Paul's) are among nine people who will be inducted into the Virginia Lacrosse Hall of Fame on Saturday in Charlottesville. Boutilier, a two-time high school All-American, was later the 1998 NCAA Woman of the Year while playing for Virginia. Darrell, who was first-team All-Maryland twice in high school, enrolled at Virginia in 1960 and was named an All-American his senior year.

Baseball: Anthony Rendon, the Washington Nationals' top prospect, and Matt Skole, their top slugging prospect, were among players cut from major league camp Thursday, reducing the number of players in spring training to 42. Rendon, 22, an infielder who had a slash line of .375/.412/.875 in 13 exhibition games, was optioned to Double-A Harrisburg. Skole, 23, a first baseman-third baseman, was reassigned to minor league camp.

James Wagner, The Washington Post

NFL: The Washington Redskins signed free-agent offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood, 29, who had been with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Mike Jones, The Washington Post

Ice skating: Solo skaters and teams of all ages from Maryland, Washington, Virginia and Delaware will perform in the "Reach for the Stars" 2013 Invitational on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Piney Orchard Ice Arena in Odenton. The event is free and open to the public. For information, call Linda Monney at 410-672-7013, ext. 15.

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