Ex-Raven Testaverde chosen for football HOF
The National Football Foundation announced that former Ravens quarterback Vinny Testaverde will be a member of the 2013 College Football Hall of Fame Class. Testaverde starred at Miami from 1982 to 1986. The entire class will be unveiled today during a news conference at the NASDAQ OMX MarketSite in New York's Times Square at 11:30 a.m. The Football Bowl Subdivision Class will be inducted at the NFF awards dinner Dec. 10 at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York.
Baseball: Despite getting a total of 18 hits, Maryland lost both games of a doubleheader at No. 19 Clemson, 3-2 and 9-5. In the opener, the Terps (28-23, 9-18 ACC) loaded the bases in the ninth, but Tigers closer Scott Firth struck out the last two batters. Maryland junior starter Jake Stinnett gave up two earned runs on five hits over 72/3 innings. Stinnett retired 10 straight Clemson batters from the second inning through the fifth. Clemson (32-15, 17-10) broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth, scoring two runs. Also, Maryland senior left-hander Jimmy Reed was named ACC Pitcher of the Week for the second consecutive week. Reed struck out a career-high 11 at Clemson on Saturday, limiting the Tigers to four hits over eight innings in the Terps' 7-2 victory. Reed's 11 strikeouts are the most by a Terps pitcher in a single game this season. ... Frostburg State junior outfielder Rob Jennings (Meade) was honored as the Capital Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Week.
Softball: Washington College sophomore pitcher-outfielder Kristin Cooper earned the Centennial Conference Pitcher of the Week award, while freshman third baseman-catcher Jaclyn Jayo was selected as the Player of the Week. ... McDaniel will host an Eastern College Athletic Conference South Region tournament first-round game Wednesday. The third-seeded Green Terror (23-17) will take on sixth-seeded Stevenson (22-21) at 4:30 p.m. On Saturday, the winner will face the winner of a first-round game between No. 2 seed Frostburg (29-12) and No. 7 Catholic (20-20).
Men's golf: A week after winning medalist honors at the Patriot League Championship, Navy junior Chris House was named Patriot League men's golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Johnstone loses in 4 sets in Pro Squash Tour final
Wade Johnstone, 31, the head squash pro at the Bare Hills Racquet and Fitness Club in northern Baltimore, lost to top-seeded David Palmer, 3-1 (11-9, 4-11, 7-11, 8-11), in the championship match of the Pro Squash Tour's world championship tournament in Detroit on Sunday. On Saturday, Johnstone defeated Mohamed El Sherbini of Egypt to reach the final. "Unfortunately David Palmer was too strong for me today and in all honesty there is no shame losing to a player of his caliber, former World No. 1 and two-time world champion," Johnstone wrote in an email. "Of course it's never fun losing, but I played well and I was beaten by a better player on the day, so I'm extremely happy with the match and the tournament. There were no shenanigans or blocking during the match, it was perfectly clean and Palmer won fair and square. It just means I have to get fitter and stronger if I want to earn myself a victory against him next time."
D.C. United: Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic announced that United's match on Wednesday at 7 p.m. against the Houston Dynamo will be televised on CSN Plus.
—From Sun staff and news services