JHU’s Jack Toner re­ceives Cen­ten­nial de­fen­sive honor

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Johns Hop­kins se­nior de­fen­sive back Jack Toner was named Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence De­fen­sive Player of the Year. Team­mate Jack Camp­bell, a se­nior line­backer, was named Scholar Ath­lete of the Year, and Jim Mar­graff was Coach of the Year for the fourth time in six years. The first team in­cluded Toner, Camp­bell, se­nior of­fen­sive line­man Chantz An­der­son, ju­nior tight end Brett Cag­giano, ju­nior de­fen­sive line­man Keonte Hen­son (Broad­neck), se­nior de­fen­sive back Dan John­son (West­min­ster), sopho­more of­fen­sive line­man Cameron Lit­tle and se­nior wide re­ceiver Bradley Mun­day. The sec­ond team in­cluded se­nior de­fen­sive line­man Kyle Bonci, ju­nior of­fen­sive line­man An­thony Cam­panile, ju­nior run­ning back Ryan Cary, se­nior wide re­ceiver Quinn Don­ald­son, se­nior quar­ter­back Jonathan Ger­mano, se­nior de­fen­sive back Mar­cus Spear­man and line­backer se­nior Gar­rett Spek. The sec­ond team also in­cluded Get­tys­burg se­nior of­fen­sive line­man Cordell Boggs (Fran­cis Scott Key) and McDaniel se­nior line­backer Claude Richard­son. MEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: Bos­ton Col­lege (1-1) ended a 20-game los­ing streak, get­ting 16 points from Jerome Robin­son and 13 re­bounds from MoJ­ef­fers to earn a 73-57 vic­tory over vis­it­ing UMES (0-3). The Ea­gles had not won since Dec. 30. Bakari Copeland scored14 points for the Hawks. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: Casey Smith made the win­ning layup with five sec­onds left in over­time to lift host Fair­field (1-1) to a 58-57 vic­tory over Loy­ola Mary­land (1-2). Bri Bet­zWhite (23 points and 11 re­bounds) gave the Grey­hounds a 57-56 lead with seven sec­onds left in over­time. Loy­ola’s Molly Tay­lor hit a 3-pointer with18 sec­onds left in reg­u­la­tion to tie the score at 46 and force over­time. ... Caro­line Hum­mell had a ca­reer-high 28 points and15 re­bounds to lift host Mount St. Mary’s (1-1) to a 65-50 vic­tory over Mor­gan State (0-1). Hum­mell had 14 points and 10 re­bounds in the first half. Braen­nan Far­rar led the Bears with 14 points. MORE COL­LEGE FOOT­BALL: Navy se­nior quar­ter­back Will Worth was named a Man­ning Award Star of the Week and a Davey O’Brien “Great 8” honoree. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE VOL­LEY­BALL: Mary­land out­side hit­ter Gia Mi­lana was se­lected Big Ten Fresh­man of the Week. ... Steven­son ju­nior out­side hit­ter An­nika Schwartz was named to the Amer­i­can Vol­ley­ball Coaches As­so­ci­a­tion Di­vi­sion III All-Amer­ica sec­ond team. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE LACROSSE: Syracuse named Halle Ma­jo­rana ( Mary­land) women’s un­der­grad­u­ate stu­dent as­sis­tant coach. ... Wash­ing­ton Col­lege named se­nior de­fender Anna Inserra, mid­fielder Cara Pas­carella and goalie Haylee Solomon cap­tains. NFL: The Buf­falo Bills signed for­mer Ravens safety James Ihedigbo, 32, who started eight games for the Detroit Lions last sea­son. MA­JOR LEAGUE LACROSSE: The Ch­e­sa­peake Bay­hawks’ home opener at Navy-Marine Corps Me­mo­rial Sta­dium will be April 22 against the New York Lizards. MLL re­leased its sched­ules Tues­day. The Bay­hawks’ reg­u­lar sea­son will end Aug. 3 against the vis­it­ing Den­ver Out­laws. SYM­PO­SIUM: John Skip­per, the ESPN pres­i­dent and co-chair­man of the Dis­ney Me­dia Net­works, and Big Ten com­mis­sioner Jim De­lany will head­line the 11th an­nual Shirley Povich Sym­po­sium tonight. “The Fu­ture of Sports on TV” starts at 7 p.m. in the Colony Ball­room of the Adele H. Stamp Stu­dent Union on the Univer­sity of Mary­land cam­pus. Doors open at 6 p.m. It is free and open to the public. Join­ing Skip­per and De­lany are David Aldridge (re­porter, Turner Sports), An­drea Kre­mer (chief cor­re­spon­dent, NFL Network and HBO Real Sports con­trib­u­tor), Jimmy Roberts ’79 (broad­caster, NBC Sports and the Golf Chan­nel) and Scott Van Pelt (host, ESPN’s Sport­sCen­ter). Tele­vi­sion host Maury Povich, son of the late Wash­ing­ton Post colum­nist Shirley Povich for whom the sym­po­sium is named, will mod­er­ate the panel. —

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