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  • State basketball: Loyola men fall to Canisius, 91-79

    Robert Olson scored a career-high 27 points and a pair of Loyola freshmen helped spark a second-half rally Thursday night, but the Greyhounds (15-8, 7-4 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) lost, 91-79, to Canisius (14-8, 7-4). The Golden Griffins led...
  • State women: Loyola puts clamps on Siena in second half

    Loyola's stifling defense shut down Siena in the second half as the host Greyhounds (9-12, 4-6 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) cruised to their third straight victory, 53-37, Saturday. After a closely contested first half, the Saints (8-13, 4-6)...
  • Top 20 opponents welcomed by St. Mary's

    Top 20 opponents welcomed by St. Mary's
    There are three Division III schools in Maryland that have six opponents ranked in the preseason top 20 poll as compiled by Inside Lacrosse on their schedules. Stevenson and Salisbury are two of them, and the third is St. Mary’s. The Seahawks have...
  • State women: UMBC falls to Albany, 85-41

    Five Albany players scored at least 10 points Wednesday night in an 85-41 win over UMBC, which shot just 28 percent from the field. Raven Harris won America East Player of the Game for the Retrievers (7-16, 3-7), finishing with seven points, five...
  • State women: Morgan State gets past Coppin State, 74-61

    Bianca Jarrett scored a team-high 18 points and was 11-for-12 from the free-throw line as visiting Morgan State (8-15, 5-5 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) defeated crosstown rival Coppin State, 74-61, on Saturday. Whitney Southerland hit back-to-back...
  • State hoops: N.H. men rally past UMBC, 92-86

    UMBC guard Brian Neller hit a 28-footer at the final buzzer, but the visiting Retrievers trailed the entire overtime period and lost to New Hampshire, 92-86, in men's basketball Wednesday. Neller hit five 3-pointers, scored 19 points and moved into...
  • MLL's Hounds acquire ex-Terp Young, send Berger to Lizards

    MLL's Hounds acquire ex-Terp Young, send Berger to Lizards
    The Charlotte Hounds of Major League Lacrosse announced a pair of trades Friday through which the team will acquire attackman Ryan Young (Maryland) in addition to two 2014 Collegiate Draft picks. The first part of the deal sends midfielder Stephen Berger...
  • Another NCAA tournament rematch -- Goucher and Washington -- on Saturday's slate

    Another NCAA tournament rematch -- Goucher and Washington -- on Saturday's slate
    While a good portion of the lacrosse community will pay attention to the No. 1 Loyola-No. 3 Maryland tilt – a rematch of last year’s national title game – there will be another NCAA tournament rematch on Saturday’s schedule....
  • Notebook: Cohen, Scalley honored as Players of the Week

    Mount St. Mary's senior attackman Andrew Scalley (Archbishop Spalding) was named Northeast Conference Player of the Week for the second consecutive time Monday. Scalley had a career-high nine points (three goals and six assists) in the Mount's 15-12 win...
  • No. 9 Washington & Lee has Washington College's full attention

    No. 9 Washington & Lee has Washington College's full attention
    No. 13 Washington College has long forgotten about Saturday’s 16-8 victory over Goucher, a result that avenged a two-game sweep by the Gophers last season. The impending visit by a higher ranked opponent can have that kind of effect. Washington...
  • State lacrosse: Towson men top Mount, 13-5

    Behind hat tricks from Thomas DeNapoli and Andrew Hodgson, the Towson men's lacrosse team won, 13-5, over host Mount St. Mary's on Saturday night at Waldron Family Stadium. The Tigers (2-3) scored six straight goals over the second and third quarters and...