Hopkins' Andrew Carey wins Division III 800-meter final
Johns Hopkins senior Andrew Carey won the 800-meter final at the NCAA Division III outdoor track and field championships Saturday in Delaware, Ohio. He finished in 1 minute, 50.62 seconds, becoming the first national champion in an individual event in Blue Jays history. Carey stayed with the front of the pack to start the race and slowly made his move into the top spot through the first turn. He increased his lead down the final 300 meters and held off Mitchell Black (1:51.30) of Tufts through the last straightaway. Salisbury sophomore Luke Campbell won the 110- and 400-meter hurdles in 13.82 seconds and 50.36 seconds, respectively.
College baseball: No. 7 Salisbury (37-9) was eliminated from the College World Series with a 6-3 loss to No. 12 Southern Maine (36-14) in Appleton, Wis.
College softball: Fourth-ranked Salisbury (42-3) earned its second shutout in as many games at the NCAA Division III tournament in Tyler, Texas, picking up a 5-0 victory against No.20 Wisconsin-Whitewater (42-3) on Friday.
Horse racing: Stormin Monarcho covered a mile in 1 minute, 34.85 seconds, breaking the Delaware Park main-track record Saturday in Wilmington. The previous record was 1:35.20, set by Ashlar in 1960. Stormin Monarcho is a 4-year-old gelded son of Monarchos trained by David Jacobson. He defeated eight rivals in the $40,000 allowance in the seventh race with Alex Cintron aboard and returned $15.00 as fourth choice. It was the first career outing at Delaware Park for the Kentucky-bred with a lifetime record of five wins in 20 starts with earnings of $192,568.
Major League Soccer: Diego Fagundez scored in the 77th minute to break a tie and give the host New England Revolution (7-3-2) a 2-1 victory over D.C. United (5-4-3), which had tied the game on Fabian Espindola's goal four minutes earlier. Former Terp Patrick Mullins opened the scoring in the 55th minute for New England.
WNBA: Sue Bird scored 16 points as the visiting Seattle Storm (1-3) earned a 73-65 victory over the Washington Mystics (1-2).