JHU wins 33rd straight in con­fer­ence, 45-10

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Johns Hop­kins, ranked No. 8 in Divi­sion III foot­ball, scored 35 points in a span of just un­der 15 min­utes be­tween the sec­ond and third quar­ters to turn a tight game into a 45-10 vic­tory at Dick­in­son on Fri­day night. The vic­tory im­proved the Blue Jays’ record to 6-0 over­all and 5-0 in the Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence; the Red Devils fell to 0-6 and 0-5. Hop­kins tied the con­fer­ence record for con­sec­u­tive league wins with its 33rd, dat­ing to the fi­nal game of the 2012 sea­son. Western Mary­land (now McDaniel) set the orig­i­nal record from 1997 to 2001, when the Blue Jays ended the Green Ter­ror’s run with a 21-14 vic­tory. MEN’S COL­LEGE SOC­CER: Sopho­more Eryk Wil­liamson scored the game-win­ner in the 98th minute to help top-ranked Mary­land (11-0-2, 60-1) earn a 3-2 win over vis­it­ing Wis­con­sin (7-3-2, 3-2-1) and cap­ture at least a share of the Big Ten reg­u­lar-sea­son cham­pi­onship. Terps se­nior Alex Crog­nale had two goals, in­clud­ing the equal­izer in the 88th minute. MEN’S COL­LEGE LACROSSE: Calvert Hall is host­ing a scrim­mage fea­tur­ing Ohio State and North Carolina, the reign­ing na­tional cham­pi­ons, tonight at 7 with all pro­ceeds ben­e­fit­ing the Michael R. Breschi Schol­ar­ship Fund. The fund hon­ors Michael Breschi, the late son of Tar Heels coach Joe Breschi. The 3-year-old was killed in 2004 when hit by an SUV. Bryan Kelly, the boys coach at Calvert Hall, played with Joe Breschi at North Carolina. A clinic for chil­dren in first to eighth grade will be held from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Ad­mis­sion is $5 and free for kids un­der 12. With a postgame meal and tail­gate, the cost is $20. Tick­ets may be pur­chased at the door. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: The Uni­ver­sity of the Dis­trict of Columbia an­nounced the nam­ing of for­mer Mary­land and Calvert Hall star Juan Dixon as coach. The hir­ing, re­ported Fri­day in The Bal­ti­more Sun, takes ef­fect Mon­day. “There is no ques­tion Juan Dixon will take our women’s bas­ket­ball pro­gram to the next level,” ath­letic di­rec­tor Pa­tri­cia Thomas said. “His tremen­dous suc­cess as a stu­dent-ath­lete, as well as pro­fes­sion­ally, com­bined with his re­spect for the de­vel­op­ment of stu­dents sup­port our goals.” Dixon was a spe­cial as­sis­tant to Mary­land men’s coach Mark Tur­geon the past three sea­sons. COL­LEGE FIELD HOCKEY: Sopho­more Lin­nea Gon­za­les (Patterson Mill) scored on a pass from grad­u­ate stu­dent Grace Balsdon on a penalty cor­ner 6:47 into over­time to give No. 6 Mary­land (11-3, 5-1 Big Ten) its fourth straight win, 2-1 at Ohio State (5-9, 0-5). PREAKNESS: Tick­ets for the 2017 race will go on sale Mon­day at 10 a.m. The 142nd run­ning of the sec­ond jewel of the Triple Crown will be May 20 at Pim­lico Race Course. This year’s an­nounced at­ten­dance on a foggy, rainy day was135,256. Tick­ets also go on sale Mon­day for Black-Eyed Su­san Day, May 19. For tick­ets, go to preakness.com /tick­ets; for In­field and MUG Club tick­ets, go to preakness.com/in­field/ bud­weiser-in­field­fest. LAU­REL PARK: Jockey Ju­lian Pimentel won with the last of his three mounts on Fri­day’s pro­gram, mark­ing his re­turn from a hand in­jury that had side­lined him since late Au­gust. WNBA: At­lanta Dream f or­ward An­gel McCoughtry (St. Frances) made the All-WNBA sec­ond team. She re­ceived 122 points, most on the sec­ond team and six fewer than Seat­tle Storm first-team guard Sue Bird. —

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