Terps men’s soc­cer heads to Big Ten fi­nal

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The top-seeded Mary­land men’s soc­cer team de­feated fourth-seeded Michi­gan State, 2-1, in the semi­fi­nals of the Big Ten Con­fer­ence tour­na­ment Fri­day af­ter­noon at West­field, Ind. Sopho­mores Gor­don Wild and Amar Se­jdic each scored as the No. 1 Terps (17-0-2) ex­tended their win­ning streak to 14 games, the long­est in pro­gram history. Michi­gan State (13-5-1) forced an own goal by Mary­land to avoid the shutout. The Terps face third-seeded Wis­con­sin on Sun­day in the fi­nal. MORE MEN’S SOC­CER: Johns Hop­kins se­nior for­ward Samy Ra­madane was named Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence Player of the Year and was joined on the All-Cen­ten­nial first team by Wash­ing­ton Col­lege se­nior mid­fielder Dim­itri Kali­akin. The sec­ond team in­cluded Hop­kins se­nior for­ward Vic­tor Osio, Hop­kins ju­nior mid­fielder Drew Collins, Wash­ing­ton Col­lege ju­nior de­fender Michael Holowesko, Hop­kins ju­nior de­fender Mike Swiercz and Wash­ing­ton Col­lege sopho­more goal­keeper Josh Samuels. Swiercz won the Scholar-Ath­lete Award. ... Goucher ju­nior de­fender Drew Phillips was named to the All-Land­mark Con­fer­ence sec­ond team. ... Ran­dolph-Ma- con se­nior mid­fielder Lo­gan McHugh of Aberdeen was named to the All-Old Do­min­ion Ath­letic Con­fer­ence first team. FOOT­BALL: Bowie State’s Da­mon Wilson was named Cen­tral In­ter­col­le­giate Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion Coach of the Week. MEN’S BAS­KET­BALL: Johns Hop­kins was pre­dicted to fin­ish third, McDaniel eighth and Wash­ing­ton Col­lege 10th in the Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence pre­sea­son poll. Swarth­more was picked first in the 10-team con­fer­ence. ... Goucher was pre­dicted to fin­ish sev­enth in the Land­mark Con­fer­ence pre­sea­son poll. Susque­hanna was picked for first in the eight-team con­fer­ence. MEN’S CROSS COUN­TRY: Navy earned an au­to­matic bid to the NCAA cham­pi­onship for the first time since 1997 af­ter a sec­ond-place fin­ish at the NCAA Mid-At­lantic re­gional meet at Uni­ver­sity Park, Pa. All five scor­ing Mid­ship­men placed in the top 25. —

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