Sophomore Hayley Brock had a goal and two assists to lead the No. 3 Maryland women's soccer team to a 3-0 shutout of visiting Navy on Monday afternoon. The shutout is the fourth of the season for the Terps (3-0-1) and marks the first time in the program's 25-year history that the team has started a season with four straight shutouts.
Men's soccer: After conceding an early goal, No. 4 Maryland scored three second-half goals in a span of eight minutes to defeat West Virginia, 3-1, in the Terps' home opener.
Football: Freshman Pablo Beltran has been named Navy's starting punter, while freshman Joe Cardona will handle the long snapping duties on punts for the Delaware game. Senior Brian Ackerman will be the snapper on extra-point tries and field goals. Beltran is the first freshman to start at punter for the Midshipmen since 1992 (Brian Schrum). Beltran is one of just seven true freshmen to start at punter in the Football Bowl Subdivision this year. The Atlantic Coast Conference and its multimedia rights holders announced that they have agreed to a two-year extension with SiriusXM Satellite Radio to allow games from all 12 conference schools to be carried by both Sirius and XM Satellite Radio.
Field hockey: Top-ranked Maryland rolled past host Temple, 6-0. Freshman Katie Gerzabek and sophomore Jill Witmer led the Terrapins (2-0) with two goals each. Gerzabek scored her first career goal just under four minutes into the game. After inserting on a penalty corner, the ball was passed to Jemma Buckley for the assist, then back to Gerzabek for the score. Witmer scored at the 11:09 mark after she dribbled across, then took a reverse shot in front of the cage. She added her second goal with just under three minutes to play in the half with a shot from the top left side of the circle. Buckley scored a fourth goal with 14 seconds left in the first period when she knocked one in following a scramble in front of the cage.
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