Wizards announce Summer League roster and schedule

July 08, 2014|Sports Digest

The Washington Wizards announced their roster and schedule for the Las Vegas Summer League. They will play in three preliminary-round games this week before competing in a tournament concluding with the July 21 championship game. Washington will play its first game Saturday against the Atlanta Hawks. Their next two games are scheduled for Sunday, against the Minnesota Timberwolves, and next Tuesday, against the Miami Heat. All games will be televised on Comcast SportsNet. Guard Kim English (Randallstown) and center Ian Chiles (Morgan State) are on the team's 16-man roster.

College baseball: Maryland second baseman Brandon Lowe and right-hander Mike Shawaryn were named to the 2014 Perfect Game Freshman All-America team, which was announced Friday. Lowe earned first-team honors, while Shawaryn earned a spot on the second team. A redshirt freshman from Suffolk, Va., Lowe led the Terps and ranked second in the Atlantic Coast Conference in hitting (.348). A native of Carneys Point, N.J., Shawaryn posted a 3.12 ERA with 72 strikeouts and just 24 walks in 921/3 innings.

Table tennis: Crystal Wang, 12, of Boyds and Derek Nie, 13, of North Potomac won the Cadet girls' singles (15 and under) and 13-and-under boys' singles titles, respectively, at the U.S. Open Championships in Grand Rapids, Mich., last week. Amy WangWang also made the semifinals of the 18-and-under girls' singles and the quarterfinals of the under-21 women's singles. Ruichao Alex Chen, 16, of Germantown made the 18-and-under boys' singles final. Chen teamed with Nathan Hsu, 18, of Rockville and Chen Bo Wen, 16, of Germantown to make the 18-and-under boys' teams semifinals.

Women's college soccer: Washington College rising Suzanne Patinella (Maryvale Prep and rising junior Bailey Howard (Reservoir) were named two of the team's four captains for the 2014 season.

Women's lacrosse: Roland Park Country School rising senior defender Jenna Baverman has committed orally to play for Hofstra.

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