Terps' Mullins, Metzger make All-ACC first team in men's soccer

Tshuma selected to second team; Ambrose is on third team

November 15, 2013|Sports Digest

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Terps' Mullins, Metzger make All-ACC first team in men's soccer

Maryland's Patrick Mullins and Dan Metzger were named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer first team Thursday. Schillo Tshuma earned second-team honors, and Mikey Ambrose was named to the third team. Zack Steffen and Michael Sauers (Archbishop Curley) were selected to the freshman team. … Johns Hopkins sophomore defender Andrew Park was selected to the All-Centennial Conference first team, while junior midfielder Rob Heuler and sophomore forward Kenny DeStefano were named to the second team. Danny Reategui … Navy's Gavin Snyder was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference's Division I Defensive Player of the Week.

More college football: Four Bowie State players — junior tight end Khari Lee (Western Tech), senior offensive lineman Omar Fahnbulleh, junior lineman Anthony McDaniel and junior kicker Mario Diaz-Aviles — were named to the All-Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association first team, while three other players made the second team: junior defensive back Curtis Pumphrey (Atholton), junior offensive lineman Austin Hochman (Annapolis) and junior running back Keith Brown. … Johns Hopkins (9-0) has the No. 2 spot behind Mary Hardin-Baylor (9-0) in the NCAA Division III South Region poll for the second straight week.

Baseball: The Washington Nationals requested release waivers for corner infielder Mauro Gomez, whom they claimed off waivers from the Toronto Blue Jays on Sept. 5. Gomez, 29, intends to play next season in Japan. He never appeared in a game for the Nationals. Zach WaltersGomez, a Dominican Republic native, made his major league debut with the Boston Red Sox last season and hit .275 with two homers in 37 games.

James Wagner, The Washington Post

Laurel Park: Trainer Gary Capuano celebrated his 50th birthday with a gate-to-wire victory by Bombay Beaches in the first race at odds of nearly 10-1. The daughter of Holy Bull paid $21.80 in her maiden victory.

Capitals: Washington has recalled defenseman Tyson Strachan from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League.

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