No. 13 Notre Dame men's lacrosse routs visiting No. 5 Virginia, 19-8

Taylor D'Amore breaks two records as No. 9 Johns Hopkins women beat Michigan, 20-5

March 17, 2014|Sports Digest

No. 13 Notre Dame (3-2, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) used a seven-goal second quarter to defeat visiting Virginia (6-2, 1-1), 19-8. The game was the first meeting between the two teams in South Bend. The Fighting Irish got four goals from sophomore attackman Matt Kavanagh and three more from junior midfielder Nick Ossello. Notre Dame went on a 5-0 run in the second that the fifth-ranked Cavaliers couldn't come back from. With the win, Notre Dame joins No. 1 Maryland atop the conference standings

Division III: Visiting Goucher (2-5, 0-1 Landmark Conference) lost its first conference game since 2011, falling to the U.S Merchant Marine Academy (2-2, 1-0) in overtime, 8-7.

Women's college lacrosse

D'Amore breaks 2 records as No. 9 Hopkins wins, 20-5

Taylor D'Amore broke school records for career draw controls (206) and single-game assists (8) as No. 9 Johns Hopkins (9-0, 1-0 American Lacrosse Conference) routed visiting Michigan (0-6, 0-3), 20-5. Seven Blue Jays players had multigoal games, and junior attacker Jen Cook (McDonogh) had a team-high five goals.

More: Nine players scored goals for No. 10 Duke (6-3) as it rolled past visiting Jacksonville (4-4) in a 17-6 victory. Junior midfielder Taylor Trimble led all scorers with four goals. ... Host Washington College (3-2) defeated Christopher Newport (4-3), 15-7.

Et Cetera

Terps softball drops series finale to Georgia Tech, 7-6

Georgia Tech (18-6, 7-4 ACC) got seven unearned runs in the fifth inning to defeat host Maryland, 7-6, in the series finale. Lindsey Schmeiser finished 2-for-4 with a grand slam and Amanda McCann notched three hits and two runs, while Brenna Nation allowed just three hits in 61/3 innings for the Terps (1-22, 0-3). … UMBC launched three home runs in a 6-1 victory against visiting Hampton (9-12) in the final game of the 10th annual UMBC Dawg Pound Invitational. Retrievers (17-6) coach Joe French earned his 800th career victory with the win.

College baseball: UMBC jumped out to a 4-0 lead with a pair of runs in the first and second innings, but visiting Albany (3-7, 2-1) rallied late to win, 6-4. Sophomore Mark Esposito went 1-for-3, driving in the first two runs of the game for the Retrievers (3-8, 1-2 American East), while freshman Conor Hax (Bishop McNamara) and sophomore Kevin Lachance also drove in runs. 

College track and field: Stevenson named Erick Camodeca, a 2006 Goucher graduate, head coach of the men's and women's programs and an assistant in cross country. Former Stevenson standout Tom McGonigal had served in an interim capacity for the past two seasons; he will continue as an assistant coach in both track and field and cross country.

College gymnastics: In its final meet of the regular season, Towson earned a 192.600 score against George Washington and Yale in the Smith Center Sunday. The Colonials won the meet with a 195.875 score. Yale was third in the meet with a 191.750 score.

College football: Bowie State signed 15 players to national letters of intent, including defensive back Jordan Maith (Dundalk), cornerback and wide receiver Shawn Stewart (New Town) and defensive lineman-linebacker Damarco Spears (New Town).

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