Terps women rout Mt. St. Mary’s, 106-42

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Bri­onna Jones (Aberdeen) had 18 points and 10 re­bounds to help No. 6 Mary­land rout vis­it­ing d Mount St. Mary’s, 106-42, on Fri­day. Ieshia Small had 14 points off the bench for the Terps (3-0), who got 10 points apiece from Sha­tori Walk­erKim­brough, Kaila Charles and Jenna Staiti and shot 58 per­cent from the field. The Moun­taineers (1-2), who trailed only 18-13 at the end of the first quar­ter, were led in scor­ing by Ka­trice Dick­son, who had 12 points. MORE WOMEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: Taylor Dun­ham scored 20 points to lead host Navy (1-2) to a 78-69 vic­tory over Hof­s­tra (2-1). MARY­LAND FOOT­BALL: Jalen Brow­der, a three-star re­ceiver from Dal­las, Ga., who has com­mit­ted to the Terps, was charged with speed­ing, driv­ing with a sus­pended regis­tra­tion, driv­ing with­out regis­tra­tion or tag, fail­ure to show proper in­sur­ance and pos­ses­sion of less than an ounce of mar­i­juana Thurs­day af­ter a traf­fic stop in Ge­or­gia. He posted a lit­tle over $2,000 bond and was re­leased. MORE COL­LEGE FOOT­BALL: Navy’s Ken Ni­u­mat­alolo is one of 16 semi­fi­nal­ists for the Ge­orge Munger Coach of the Year Award. COL­LEGE AD­MIN­IS­TRA­TION: Mary­land named Jamie Wil­liams di­rec­tor of stu­dent-ath­lete en­gage­ment and pro­fes­sional de­vel­op­ment. WOMEN’SCOLLEGE VOL­LEY­BALL: Se­nior Jes­sica Lewis hit .345 and had a team-high 13 kills as fifth-seeded Tow­son (24-8) earned a 3-0 sweep (25-19, 26-24, 25-23) of fourth-seeded Hof­s­tra (2010) to ad­vance to the Colo­nial Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion semi­fi­nals in Wilmington, N.C. The Tigers will play top-seeded James Madi­son to­day at 2 p.m. ... Lewis and sopho­more right side hit­ter Jo­ce­lyn Kuilan were se­lected to the All-CAA first team. Tow­son red­shirt se­nior mid­dle blocker Can­dace Stead­man was named to the sec­ond team. Wil­liam & Mary ju­nior out­side hit­ter Syd­ney Biniak (Howard) made the third team. Tow­son fresh­man set­ter Mar­risa Won­ders made the rookie team. ORI­OLES: The Ori­oles added two pitch­ers, righthanders Joe Gunkel and Je­sus Li­ranzo, to their 40-man ros­ter ahead of the dead­line to pro­tect play­ers from next month’s Rule 5 draft. Gunkel, 24, who is pro­jected as a re­liever, has a ca­reer 3.30 ERA in the mi­nors with a 1.12 WHIP, and in 2016 had a 4.02 ERA over 28 starts with Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Nor­folk. Li­ranzo, 21, had el­bow surgery in 2014 and was fi­nally fully healthy in 2016. This sea­son, he had a 1.87 ERA with 66 strike­outs and 27 walks in 53 in­nings with Low-A Del­marva and Bowie. Re­liev­ers Ste­fan Crich­ton and Jimmy Ya­cabo­nis, catcher Audry Perez and out­fielder Mike Yas­trzem­ski are among those who were left off the ros­ter who could in­ter­est other teams. MORE BASE­BALL: The Wash­ing­ton Na­tion­als added right-han­der Austin Voth, in­field­ers Jose Mar­male­jos and Matt Skole, catcher Raudy Read and out­fielder Rafael Bautista to the 40man ros­ter, mak­ing them safe from se­lec­tion in the Rule 5 draft. MA­JOR LEAGUE SOC­CER: D.C. United named Nolan Shel­don as­sis­tant coach. BAS­KET­BALL: For­mer Wash­ing­ton Mys­tics coach Mar­i­anne Stan­ley, Herb Magee and John Bach were named win­ners of the Joe Lapchick Char­ac­ter Award. —

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