Mount St. Mary’s men fall to No. 20 Iowa State, 73-55

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Monte Mor­ris had 18 points and Matt Thomas added13 to lead the 20th-ranked Iowa State men’s basketball team to a 73-55 win over Mount St. Mary’s. The host Cy­clones (2-0), who have won their first two games by an av­er­age of 30 points, held the Moun­taineers (0-2) to 26.6 per­cent shoot­ing from the field. Mount St. Mary’s (0-2) got within 10 early in the sec­ond half, but six Cy­clones scored dur­ing a 15-1 run that put the game out of reach. Iowa State out­re­bounded Mount St. Mary’s 50-38, but shot just four of 16 from 3-point range. Eli­jah Long, the brother of Iowa State’s Naz Mitrou-Long, had 19 points to lead the Moun­taineers. MORE MEN’S COL­LEGE BASKETBALL: KaVaughn Scott scored 14 points and James Fives added 13, both off the bench, to lead host Loy­ola Mary­land to a 79-66 win over Divi­sion II Millersville (Pa.). Scott made five of eight shots while Fives made four of five as the Grey­hounds shot 54.7 per­cent from the field. An­drew Kostecka had 11 points and Chan­cel­lor Barnard (Glenelg Coun­try) added 10 for Loy­ola Mary­land, which held the Ma­raud­ers to 38 per­cent from the field. … Shane Ham­mink and Alec Peters com­bined to score 43 points as Val­paraiso built a 16point lead in the first half and cruised to a 78-58 win over Cop­pin State, its third win in four nights, at the MGMGrand Main Event in Las Ve­gas. The Cru­saders shot 45.2 per­cent from the field and hit five of 24 from be­hind the arc. Terry Har­ris Jr. (City) scored 15 points and grabbed seven re­bounds to lead the Ea­gles (0-2). COL­LEGE FOOT­BALL: Navy quar­ter­back Will Worth was named to the Amer­i­can Ath­letic Con­fer­ence weekly honor roll. The Mids’ game at East Carolina on Satur­day will kick off at 4 p.m. and be tele­vised on ESPNews. … Tow­son run­ning back Shane Simp­son was named Colo­nial Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion Rookie of the Week. … Sal­is­bury (7-3) will face Carnegie Mel­lon (7-3) in Philadel­phia on Sun­day at 11 a.m. in the Legacy Bowl as part of the Eastern Col­lege Ath­letic Con­fer­ence Divi­sion III Foot­ball Fest. MEN’S COL­LEGE SWIM­MING: Hood se­nior Cameron Rogers (Arch­bishop Spald­ing) was named Mid­dle At­lantic Con­fer­ence Swim­mer of the Week. NHL: CSN Mid-At­lantic an­nounced Fri­day that Capitals game broad­casts, as well as all pregame and postgame shows, will be avail­able to stream live on CSNmi­dat­ and the NBC Sports app for au­then­ti­cated CSN Mid-At­lantic ca­ble or satel­lite sub­scribers. The ser­vice de­buted for Satur­day night’s loss to the Hur­ri­canes. While watch­ing Capitals broad­casts will still re­quire pay­ing for a ca­ble or satel­lite ser­vice that in­cludes CSN Mid-At­lantic, fans will be able to watch the games from a va­ri­ety of mo­bile de­vices any­where in the United States. BASE­BALL: Wash­ing­ton Na­tion­als se­nior ad­viser of Player Devel­op­ment Don­ald “Spin” Williams was named the Mike Cool­baugh Award win­ner, an honor given by Mi­nor League Base­ball to “an in­di­vid­ual who has shown out­stand­ing base­ball work ethic, knowl­edge of the game and skill in men­tor­ing young play­ers on the field.” In 2008, Cool­baugh was in his first year of coach­ing for the Tulsa Drillers when he was killed by a line drive. He spent 17 years as a mi­nor league player and ap­peared in 44 ma­jor league games. LACROSSE: Ge­orge Ma­son women’s coach Jessy Mor­gan (McDonogh) and Brown men’s coach Mike Daly will host ed­u­ca­tional clin­ics for coaches at the 2017 US Lacrosse Con­ven­tion on Jan. 20-22 at Baltimore Con­ven­tion Cen­ter. For more i nfor­ma­tion or t o reg­is­ter, go t o us­ lax­con. —

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